Tell us about yourself.
I am Josyline Namayi, a 23-year-old Nurse Aide working at Tranquil Hospital.
I graduated from Priscare Wellness training and got a job immediately.
Why did you choose Priscare training?
I chose Priscare because I once attended their graduation ceremony and was impressed with what I saw.
The place was incredible, and the graduates impressed me with their performance; the people there were very pleasant and welcoming. Therefore, all those impressions made me love Priscare, and I desired to join that institution because I had loved it already.
Why do you want to be in the medical field?
I want to be in the medical field because it is my passion to give back to the community by taking care of those who are sick and ensuring that they get the proper treatment according to the type of illness they are suffering from.
What did you like about Priscare training?
What I liked about Priscare is that they offer the very best education on this course as a Nurse Aide, both practical and theoretical.
They have very qualified tutors who give the learners useful information.
I also liked the environment at Priscare; it is very calm and conducive for learning. Priscare community at large is fantastic with very good people, very supportive, and they respond quickly when needed.
How was it when you graduated?
Graduating was like a dream come true. The graduation ceremony was wonderful. I enjoyed the day so much. It was fun and a day to celebrate our success as Priscare learners and get our certificates after our hard work. We also had time to share food with the community members who supported us the most.
Did you wait for a long time to get a job?
It took me only a short time to get a job after graduation.
I applied for a job, was approved immediately, and began working.
What do you like about your job?
What I like about my job is learning more skills and gaining more experience while on the field.
Tell us about your typical day.
I work from 8 am to 6 pm and have some days off to help me heal from burnout and practice self-care.
I see up to 20 clients a day, and it makes the days very busy, though the love for my work wakes me daily to go and give my best.
Interview by: Miracle Obanda