RHA Academy is a private education institute in Singapore, registered with the Committee of Private Education (CPE). RHA Academy is a wholly owned subsidiary of RHA International Holdings Pte Ltd whose major focus is on the delivery of industry-relevant healthcare training programmes.

 

RHA Academy is guided by our core values of integrity, knowledge, collaboration, innovation and partnership. Through the support of our partners in the community, they are able to provide high-quality educational opportunities.

 

At RHA Academy, they believe in applied learning techniques and have designed our facilities to support a collaborative learning environment. RHA Academy seeks to nurture both healthcare and non-healthcare professionals who will, in turn, contribute back to our community by providing a high standard of care to Singapore’s ageing population.

 

RHA Academy is committed to providing excellent learning and educational experience which is consistent with our ethos.


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