Join our team of registered nurses to earn up to 60K per month, when and whenever you want.
Send a message on our Facebook page to start your application
Go to the scheduled interview and pass the screening.
Attend required training and learn how to use the app.
Training with zennya Health is a little different. Along with mastering practical skills, applicants need to learn the underlying theory for each procedure and technique. The difficulty of the learning material is similar to a nursing course, and takes around 3-4 days to complete. While the program is demanding, we give trainees the tools they need to succeed, including in-app tutorials and learnings. Here are the basic steps to getting qualified as a zennya Health provider:
After passing the online Facebook application, trainees attend an in-person interview. Interviews take place in one of our training centers in Makati City or Cebu City. After passing the interview, trainees can begin orientation the same day. All interviews and training are conducted in English.
During orientation, we will cover a few skills and techniques that are unique to zennya. We do not expect trainees to master these skills on the first day. We do this to evaluate the ability to follow instructions. We also ensure trainees know how to use the app to book training sessions and access their online learning materials.
Trainees receive a mix of in-person training and virtual learning. They must complete both practical skills and theory modules before they can move on to the next skill.
We recognize the importance of soft skills, such as client communication and a professional attitude. Trainers work through common client scenarios and roleplay communication, conflict resolution, and professional etiquette.
We conclude by training our providers on how to use the app to accept bookings, schedule riders, and communicate with clients.
Watch these videos to learn more about being a zennya provider
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Facebook Philippines interviews zennya's CEO.