The CBC Health Services has launched a three-month mentorship project on Financial Management to improve the knowledge and practices of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) staff in Accounting and Financial Management. The project was launched during three-day
“Unveil your skills, help those who come to you for help and follow the Mission Statement as you go to serve the Lord”. Prof. Tih Pius Muffih, Director of Health Services (DHS) made this charge to Ten Physiotherapy (PT) Assistants who came to the end of their training
The Center for Clinical Pastoral Education and Social Services (CECPES) under the umbrella of the Cameroon Baptist Health Services (CBCHS) has trained and graduated her 14th batch of 9 students
Over ten trainees have begun Physiotherapy Assistants (PTA) training at the Nkwen Baptist center Bamenda. The 10-month training program will run from August 4, 2020, to June 18, 2021.
The University of Bamenda (UBa) alongside the Northwest Regional Delegations of Secondary and Basic Education have taken commitment to continue fostering inclusion
Mbingo Baptist Hospital (MBH) is very much alive and functioning as the citadel and mother of all CBC Health Services institutions contrary to rumour and misinformation that the hospital has been transferred to Bamenda
The Center for Clinical Pastoral Education and Social Services (CECPES) has graduated the 13th batch of 9 students in Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) and the 6th batch of 15 students in Social Work. The intensive
RTC Executive Management Committee members brainstorm on institution upgrade and student enrolment improvement
Executive Management Committee members of the Regional Training Centre for Excellence RTC) Mutengene have discussed necessary strategies to be put in place in order to enhance the institution’s academic facilities and its human resources in a bid to boost student enrolment for the institution during the upcoming academic year come September 2019.
The Cameroon Baptist Convention (CBC) Regional Training Center of Excellence for Health Personnel, in partnership with the Mildmay Institute of Health Sciences, Uganda, has graduated its pioneer batch of 31 trainees.