Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision Training:

CHAPS, in collaboration with the Foundation for Professional Development (FPD), provides Quality Assurance and training and assessments for HIV related programs and MMC in Africa. This intensive training programme is offered to a variety of medical personnel interested in providing medical male circumcision services in their medical facilities.

The CHAPS programme has trained over 3,500 Health care professionals on how to offer safe MMC services in South Africa to date. CHAPS trainings offer both theoretical and practical components of medical male circumcision therefore, not only enabling trainees to acquire the necessary technical skills, but also providing them with on-going support and guidance to successfully, safely and efficiently roll-out their own neonatal circumcision processes.

The CHAPS Training programme is broken down into 3 key course areas which are facilitated by world re-known and experienced trainers.

CHAPS Trainings:
• Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision- Full VMMC Course
• General Practitioner (GP) Training Project
• Dorsal slit Circumcision training
• Basic Life Support (BLS) and VMMC Emergency training
• PrePex Circumcision Training

Our key courses are Continuous Professional Development (CPD) accredited.

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Meet Our Senior Medical Trainers:

Dr Josephine Otchere -
Darko- Senior Trainer and Clinician
Dr Dumisani Mhlambi –
Senior Trainer and Clinician
Motlatsi Lepono -
Trainer and Clinician (Clinical Associate)
Adenike Okejimi –
Senior Trainer and Nurse
Sindisiwe Zwane -
Senior Trainer and Nurse

For more information on our training program, or for booking of a group or individual session please contact:

Adelaide Rech: adelaide@chaps.org.za
Moses Mabuza: moses@chaps.org.za
Fikile Mnguni: fikile@chaps.org.za


  •   25 ST John’s Road
         Parktown, Houghton Estate, 2198
  •   010 010 0238
  •   073 665 5220 / 082 776 8959
  •   +27 86 556 4331
  • bongi@chaps.org.za


CHAPS is one of the largest South African non-governmental organisations (NGO) focused on voluntary medical male circumcision.

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