ASELPH’s Executive Fellows Programme works with the National Department of Health (NDOH) to cultivate the management and leadership capacities of selected senior health managers.
Albertina Sisulu Executive Leadership Programme Fellowships
· ASELPH Fellowship
ASELPH Fellows are selected based on a number of criteria including their existing qualifications, their occupational level within their current positions and the academic requirements needed to enter the programme. Based on this aspiring Fellows are recommended by their supervisors following which Heads’ of Department become involved in the selection process and approve fellows for the ASELPH programme
ASELPH Fellows can either follow a post-graduate diploma with the University of Pretoria or a Master’s Degree with the University of Fort Hare.
Application/acceptance as an ASELPH Fellow and the intensive 18-month post-graduate diploma or 24-month masters academic programme includes: block release, case studies, individual and group assignments, peer learning, research, multi-faceted exposure and high-level seminars and workshops, graduation, and recognition as an ASELPH Fellow contributing to the transformation of the SA healthcare system.