The Regional Training Centre for Excellence (RTC) of the Cameroon Baptist Convention (CBC) Health Services is a special institution for training of health personnel in Cameroon. The RTC operates in partnership with the Mildmay Institute of Health Sciences (MIHS) Uganda.
MIHS is an Institution of Higher Learning, accredited by the Ugandan National Council for Higher Education with a specialist Health Care and Training Centre situated on Entebbe Road in Lweza, South of Kampala, Uganda. This partnership runs specialized training programs with the CBC Health Services based on Modular Courses at the CBC Health Services Complex (HSC) Buea Road, Mutengene Cameroon.
RTC was created in 2004 as an offshoot of the CBC Health Services’ partnership with AWAREHIV-AIDS. It was created based on the need to train staff and upgrade the skills of personnel in relevant fields of Public Health and Community Outreach especially in the Sub-Saharan African Setting. The Courses taught were designed based on felt needs, contextual realities, changing trends and global standards.
RTC offers training Courses that are suitable and uniquely impactful to African communities that are rarely offered in other health institutions in Africa.
RTC also works in Partnership with the University of Manchester UK, Mbarara University of Uganda, and Mildmay Institute of Health Sciences Uganda for Accreditation of Certificates.
The CBC Health Services Regional Training Center for Excellence seeks to assist in the building of Sustainable Health Systems through developing effective Health Leaders.
Strengthening Health Systems for Best Health Outcomes
- Focus Point: Prevention from Diseases, Public Health and Health Promotion, Quality Health Care Provision and Monitoring and Evaluation of Health Services/Projects.