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Intensive Care Technicians are also sometimes called Critical Care Technologists. The primary duties of Critical Care Technologists are focused on making sure the equipment and technology needed to support organ function and maintain life is working and being used correctly.
Your skills and knowledge of technology and physiology are combined with patient care.
To become an Intensive care technician in South Africa, you will typically need the following qualifications:
NSC / NC(V) certificate
Intensive Care Technicians in South Africa typically study for more than 3 years.
Upon completing training to become an Intensive care technician, you must register with the Health Professionals Council of South Africa in order to be able to practise.
Intensive care technicians in South Africa typically work at:
Tshwane University of Technology:
Durban University of Technology:
Vaal Institute of Technology:
Central University of Technology: