2016-17 Red River College Viewbook

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2016-17 Red River College Viewbook
RRC VIEWBOOK | 1
VIEWBOOK 2017
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Table of
Contents
Welcome to Red River College’s 2017 Viewbook,
WHY RED RIVER COLLEGE?//01//
INTEREST AREAS:
designed to provide you with an overview of
HELPING YOU SUCCEED//02//
ACADEMIC PREPARATION AND
ESSENTIAL SKILLS//14//
our full-time programs. We’ve included a brief
description of each program and its related
admission requirements and costs. The information
in this Viewbook is for the 2016/17 academic year,
however it is designed to help you look ahead to
your future post-secondary education. We strongly
encourage you to visit the College website at
APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS//04//
BUSINESS//16//
CONTINUING EDUCATION//05//
COMMUNITY SERVICES//18//
APPLY TODAY//06//
INDIGENOUS SUPPORT
SERVICES//07//
CREATIVE ARTS//22//
www.rrc.ca for additional and possibly updated
DIVERSITY AT RRC//08//
information. You may also contact one of the
INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION//09//
College’s Student Service Centres or an academic
advisor.
The College reserves the right to modify or cancel
any program, process, or procedure without notice
or prejudice.
COMPUTER AND INFORMATION
SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY//20//
EDUCATION//24//
CAMPUSES//10//
ENGINEERING AND CAD
TECHNOLOGY//26//
CAMPUS LIFE//12//
HEALTH SCIENCES//28//
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS//37//
HOSPITALITY//31//
INDIGENOUS EDUCATION//32//
SKILLED TRADES//33//
TRANSPORTATION TECHNOLOGY//35//
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HANDS-ON LEARNING
WORK EXPERIENCE
Our students don’t sit in lecture theatres
Our programs offer experiential
all day. From skilled trades and research
learning through industry placements,
labs to the frontlines of industry, our
apprenticeships and even paid work terms.
practicum-based programming gives you
QUICK ACCESS TO THE WORKFORCE
the chance to learn though experience.
Most of our programs take two years or
SMALL CLASSES, HELPFUL SUPPORTS
less to complete, allowing you to get a
We want everyone to have the same
head start on your career.
chance at success. Our smaller classes
OUR GRADS GET HIRED
give instructors more time with their
students, and we provide tutoring and
counselling to those who need extra help.
Our programs respond to industry needs,
and many of our students receive job
offers before they even graduate. Our
STATE-OF-THE-ART TECHNOLOGY
most recent survey of grads showed that
You’ll learn using the same equipment and
of those looking for work, 96% found
technology found in industry, giving you
employment.
a competitive edge before you even enter
the workforce.
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From before you even enrol right through to graduation,
we provide valuable support services to help you make
the most of your time here.
STUDENT SERVICE CENTRES
Located at the Notre Dame and Exchange District Campuses,
RRC’s Student Service Centres are your first point of contact
when making appointments with academic advisors, paying
tuition, or picking up student cards and parking information.
204.632.2327
rrc.ca/studentservicecentres
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BEFORE YOU ENROL
BEFORE YOU ARRIVE
CAREER EXPLORATION
STUDENT SUCCESS WEBSITE
Whether you’ve just started planning
Access this online resource for tips and
your future, or you’re changing jobs or
info on study skills, time management,
advancing in your career, you’ll find the
and more. Bookmark the page and check
tools you need to make the decision that’s
back regularly: learn how to stay on track
best for you.
and achieve success!
For more information on financial
rrc.ca/careerexploration
rrc.ca/success
assistance at RRC, visit one of our Student
ACADEMIC ADVISORS
Academic Advisors can provide you with
COUNSELLING AND ACCESSIBILITY
SERVICES
information about full-time programs, help
Your well-being is integral to academic
you to understand admission requirements,
success. Our counsellors can help you
assist you in selecting a program to meet
manage stress and anxiety, overcome
TUTORING
your goals, and connect you with helpful
academic and financial hurdles, or deal
Need extra help? Our Academic Success
people, resources and support.
with depression and other personal issues.
Centre provides up to 12 hours of free
rrc.ca/advising
If you have a diagnosed physical, mental
tutoring per term, in small group and
RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING (RPL)
health or learning disability, you may be
individual settings. You can also sign up to
eligible for individualized supports such
be a tutor yourself — a great way to earn
as interpreting services, note-taking
extra money.
assistance, or adaptive technology and
rrc.ca/asc
equipment.
STUDENT EMPLOYMENT SERVICES
rrc.ca/counsellingservices
Get help with job-seeking strategies,
KEEP YOUR COSTS DOWN
resumé writing, interview preparation and
SCHOLARSHIPS AND BURSARIES
of part-time, full-time and internship
Lighten your financial load. Check out
opportunities at JobCentral.rrc.ca, the
the full list of available awards, bursaries
College’s exclusive job posting site.
and scholarships based on academic
rrc.ca/ses
If you’ve already spent time in the
workforce, or you’ve attended another
post-secondary institution, you may be
eligible for proven learning credit for your
work, education or life experiences.
Talk to an RPL Advisor to learn more.
rrc.ca/rpl
CAMPUS TOURS
Book a tour with one of our Recruitment
Officers to learn about programming,
student services and general campus life.
rrc.ca/campustour
achievement, financial need, community
involvement and extracurricular activities.
rrc.ca/awards
STUDENT AID
Visit the Manitoba Student Aid website to
apply for federal and provincial loans, or
to learn about non-repayable grants and
bursaries. (It’s a good idea to apply well in
advance of your program start date!)
Service Centres or call 204.632.2327.
manitobastudentaid.ca
WHILE YOU’RE HERE
networking opportunities. View thousands
NEARLY HALF
OF RRC’S FULLTIME, FIRST-YEAR
STUDENTS HAVE PRIOR
POST-SECONDARY
EXPERIENCE.
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EARN WHILE YOU LEARN
As an Apprenticeship student, you’ll spend just 20% of your
time in class — the rest will consist of paid, on-the-job training.
Apprenticeship Manitoba offers in-school,
• Lather (Interior Systems Mechanic)
technical courses at RRC for the following
• Machinist
trades:
• Aircraft Maintenance Journeyperson
• Marine and Outdoor Power Equipment
Technician
• Auto Service Technician
• Mobile Crane Operator
• Auto Service Technician – ASEP
• Motor Vehicle Body Repairer (Metal
Paint)
• Auto Service Technician – ASSET
• Automotive Painter
• Boilermaker
• Boom Truck Hoist Operator
• Bricklayer
• Painter and Decorator
• Plumber
• Power Electrician
• Railway Car Technician
• Cabinetmaker
• Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
Mechanic (Commercial/Residential)
• Carpenter
• Roofer
• CNC Machinist
• Sheet Metal Worker
• Construction Craft Worker
• Sprinkler System Installer
• Construction Electrician
• Steamfitter – Pipefitter
• Cook
• Tool and Die Maker
• Diesel Engine Mechanic
• Tower Crane Operator
• Gasfitter Domestic A
• Transport Trailer Technician
• Gasfitter Domestic B
• Truck and Transport Mechanic
• Gas Turbine Engine Repair and
Overhaul
Learn more about how to get
• Insulator (Heat and Frost)
• Iron Worker
• Landscape Horticulturalist
your ticket:
1.877.978.7233
manitoba.ca/tradecareers
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Reach Beyond
with the School of Continuing Education
With more than 100 programs and
courses available through classroom or
online delivery, Continuing Education
provides a flexible, accessible
education — one that’s designed to help
you succeed.
Choose the delivery method that best
suits your lifestyle. Many of our part-time
opportunities are available by distance,
allowing you to learn when and where
it’s convenient for you. Whether you’re
pursuing a new interest area or advancing
your career, we’ve got a wide range of
offerings to suit your needs and schedule.
School of Continuing Education
C116-2055 Notre Dame Ave.
Winnipeg, MB R3H 0J9
T: 204.694.1789 or 1.866.242.7073
F: 204.633.6489
E: cde@rrc.ca
rrc.ca/coned
| Part-time | Full-time | Evening | Weekends | In-Class | At Home | At Work |
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DUE TO HIGH DEMAND, SPACE IN
OUR PROGRAMS IS SOMETIMES
LIMITED. APPLY EARLY FOR
ADMISSION INTO THE NEXT
AVAILABLE START DATE.
Once you’ve selected your RRC
STEP 2: PAY THE APPLICATION FEE
If you have any questions
program of choice, check the Admission
Pay your non-refundable $95 application
about applying, contact our
Requirements online at rrc.ca/catalogue
fee at the same time you apply.
Student Service Centre:
to ensure you’re eligible, then follow
these easy steps to apply:
STEP 1: FILL OUT AN APPLICATION FORM
STEP 3: SUBMIT YOUR REQUIRED
DOCUMENTATION WITHIN 30 DAYS
register@rrc.ca
Required documentation includes:
Apply online at rrc.ca/howtoapply, or
official transcripts indicating successful
in person at any Student Service Centre.
completion of academic requirements
Applying early will improve your chances
(note: most but not all programs also
of admission to the next available start
accept confirmation of enrolment), and
date. Some programs have specific
proof of completion of various other
application dates, so be sure to check
admission requirements.
deadlines at rrc.ca/catalogue.
204.632.2327 or 1.800.903.7707
98% OF
RRC GRADS
CHOOSE TO STAY
AND WORK IN
MANITOBA
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Indigenous
Support
Services
Education. Support. Access. Community.
RRC’s School of Indigenous Education
offers a range of academic programs
and supports to ensure the retention
and success of our Indigenous
students. Our goal is to help you
maximize your potential in the
classroom, while feeling welcomed
and comfortable as part of the larger
College community. (See page 32 for
a full list of Indigenous Education
programs and page 14 for ACCESS
Serving students from throughout
We believe education shouldn’t be a solitary
To make an appointment
Manitoba, our Indigenous Student Support
journey, rather one that’s supported by a
or learn more:
and Community Relations team includes
community of friends and peers.
P: 204.632.3773
model programs.)
Elders in Residence, Wellness Counsellors,
Student Support Representatives, and
Indigenous Liaison/Advisors.
Contact our Indigenous Liaison/
Advisors for info on programs, admission
requirements, financial supports and
From community feasts to our annual
housing referrals. They can help you with
Graduation Pow Wow, we strive to
your application, and tell you what to
incorporate an Indigenous worldview —
expect if you’re relocating to Winnipeg for
both inside and outside the classroom.
the first time.
W: rrc.ca/indigenoussupport
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Diversity
at Red River College
We’re dedicated to providing an atmosphere of respect, inclusiveness, equity and support
for all students. We serve students from all demographics and corners of the globe, and
our culturally diverse campuses are a great destination for international learners wishing
to study and work in Canada.
DIVERSITY AND INTERCULTURAL SERVICES
LGBTT* INITIATIVE
We’re committed to helping immigrant and
We’re equally committed to fostering a safe campus
international students adjust to campus life, local
environment by ensuring everyone has the chance
culture and the Canadian workplace — by providing
to work, learn and access services in an inclusive and
College preparation and orientation info, integration
welcoming manner.
services, cross-cultural mentorship opportunities and
a range of workshops and social activities.
Open to all students, staff and faculty, the
College’s LGBTT* Initiative provides educational
Our efforts ensure students develop valuable
opportunities and ally training resources that help
intercultural skills to achieve success in today’s global
build communication, understanding and respect
work environment and contribute to our diverse
throughout our campuses.
community.
rrc.ca/LGBTTInitiative
If you have immigrated to Manitoba and would like
For more information or to contact our team:
rrc.ca/diversity
to pursue your post-secondary education at RRC,
contact us at 204.949.8393 or online at
rrc.ca/requestinfo.
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Study in the heartof Canada
International Education
We know that international students face many challenges
when moving to a new country.
Our International Education department
We currently host students from 59
can help you make a smooth transition to
different countries, and continue to
your new life in Canada, by providing:
expand our reach through innovative
• Assistance with applications and
representation, ensuring timely
admission and registration
partnerships with institutions around
• Special counselling and advice to
ensure academic and personal success
joint diploma programs, while giving staff
• Student residence and accommodation
referrals
chance to share their expertise through
• International student activities
For more information:
• Summer language training camps
P: 204.632.2143
• Workshops on the Manitoba Provincial
E: intled@rrc.ca
Nominee Program
the world. These agreements allow RRC
students to receive accreditation through
and students from partner institutions the
study exchanges.
rrc.ca/international
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WITH FOUR CAMPUSES IN WINNIPEG AND FIVE THROUGHOUT MANITOBA, RRC GIVES YOU MORE CHOICES.
All of our campuses feature modern classrooms, relaxing
study spaces, and state-of the-art equipment. In Winnipeg, our
Notre Dame and Exchange District Campuses are also home to
libraries, recreation facilities, research centres, and more.
NOTRE DAME CAMPUS
2055 NOTRE DAME AVE.
WINNIPEG, MB
STEVENSON CAMPUSES
2280 SASKATCHEWAN AVE.
WINNIPEG, MB
75 MUSKETEER RD. W.
SOUTHPORT, MB
ADULT LEARNING CENTRES
RRC’s Adult Learning Centres offer high school
courses in a variety of subject areas. Whether
you wish to complete your high school education,
Located in Winnipeg and Southport, RRC’s
upgrade your skills, or enter college or university —
Stevenson Campuses support all aspects of
we can help.
Home to the majority of our full-time programs, as well as our
Manitoba’s thriving aerospace industry. Our hangars
Steinbach Community Learning Centre
applied research labs, Rebels athletics programs and skilled
are packed with large and small aircraft, providing
trades training facilities.
valuable experience to students in aviation and
EXCHANGE DISTRICT CAMPUS
160 PRINCESS ST.
WINNIPEG, MB
aerospace.
Nestled in the heart of downtown, and comprised of a trio of
LANGUAGE TRAINING CENTRE
300-123 MAIN ST.
WINNIPEG, MB
historically significant sites:
One of Canada’s premier language training facilities,
•The Roblin Centre (160 Princess St.), home to our business,
creative arts, and IT programs, as well as our downtown campus
store, library, computer lab and fitness centre.
•Paterson GlobalFoods Institute (504 Main St.), home to our
hospitality and culinary arts programs, and our 100-room
student residence.
•Massey Building (294 William Ave.), home to a number of
downtown supports, including Diversity and Intercultural
Services, Campus Living and Continuing Education.
our Language Training Centre offers basic- to
advanced-level English and academic preparation
programs designed to meet the needs of newcomers
with specific employment and settlement goals.
P: 204.320.2500
Winkler Community Learning Centre
P: 204.325.9672
Winnipeg Adult Learning Centre
P: 204.632.3791
For more information about all RRC campuses:
rrc.ca/campuses
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Regional Campuses
Red River College offers a wide variety of both full-time and part-time programs at
five regional campuses throughout rural Manitoba. A broad selection of Continuing
Education courses and workshops are also offered at our regional campuses during
evenings and weekends.
INTERLAKE CAMPUS
825 MANITOBA AVE.
SELKIRK, MB
AND
PEGUIS – FISHER RIVER CAMPUS
PEGUIS, MB
Serving communities in and around the
Interlake, North Eastman Region, Peguis
First Nation and Fisher River Cree
Nation
Full-time Programs
Interlake Campus
• Child and Youth Care Diploma
• Computer Applications for Business
• Business and Administrative Studies
Certificate
• Business Administration Diploma (Year 1)
• Business Administration Diploma (Year 2)
• Early Childhood Education Diploma
• Business, Accounting and Management
Certificate
• Hospitality and Tourism Management
Diploma
• Educational Assistant Certificate
• Business Administration Integrated
Diploma
• Introduction to Trades Certificate
• Bookkeeping and Small Business Office
Certificate
• Project Management Certificate
Serving the Central Plains region
Serving the Pembina Valley region
• Carpentry Certificate
• Administrative Assistant Certificate
• Health Care Aide Certificate
• Bookkeeping and Small Business Office
Certificate
• Health Care Aide Certificate
WINKLER CAMPUS
100-561 MAIN ST.
WINKLER, MB
• Business, Accounting and Management
Certificate
Steinbach Campus
• Business, Accounting and Management
Certificate
• Child and Youth Care Diploma
Serving the Southeastern region
• Administrative Assistant Certificate
• Electrical Certificate
• Administrative Assistant Certificate
PORTAGE CAMPUS
32-5TH ST. S.E.
PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, MB
STEINBACH CAMPUS
2-385 LOEWEN BLVD.
STEINBACH, MB
Peguis - Fisher River Campus
• Early Childhood Education Diploma
• Educational Assistant Certificate
• Health Unit Clerk Certificate
• Human Resource Development
Certificate
• Management Development Certificate
• Health Care Aide Certificate
• Human Resource Management
Certificate
• Welding Certificate
Winkler Campus
Portage Campus
• Administrative Assistant Certificate
• Administrative Assistant Certificate
• Bookkeeping and Small Business Office
Certificate
• Bookkeeping and Small Business Office
Certificate
• Business Administration Diploma (Year 1)
• Business Administration Diploma
• Management Development Certificate
• Business and Administrative Studies
Certificate
• Small Business Management Certificate
• Early Childhood Education Diploma
• Business Administration Diploma (Year 2)
• Dental Assisting Certificate
• Educational Assistant Certificate
• Health Care Aide Certificate
• Health Care Aide Certificate
• Health Unit Clerk Certificate
• Human Resource Management
Certificate
• Paramedicine - Primary Care
Paramedicine Certificate
For a full listing of programs offered at
each regional campus:
rrc.ca/regionalcampuses
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We want you to be as comfortable
as possible while on campus. Our
Winnipeg locations offer a full range
of services — pretty much everything
you need is within walking distance
of your classroom!
RRC STUDENTS’ ASSOCIATION
The SA also provides a number of student-
Intramurals! Ski trips! Parties! Movie
centred supports and services, including
marathons! RRC’s Students’ Association
scholarships, health and dental plans,
makes campus life more interesting,
on-campus food banks and RRC’s annual
keeping your calendar filled with fun events
Career Fair. They’re always looking for new
and activities — everything from Welcome
members — drop them a line or pay a visit
Back BBQs and holiday keggers, to Reading
to their offices to find out how you can get
Week getaways and graduation cruises.
involved!
rrcsa.ca
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DINING
RRC REBELS
Our Winnipeg campuses offer a menu
Perennial title contenders in the Manitoba
of options for all appetites — everything
Colleges Athletic Conference (MCAC),
from grab-and-go convenience to upscale
RRC’s Rebels field teams in men’s and
dining. At the Exchange District Campus,
women’s soccer, basketball, volleyball and
restaurant Jane’s and the adjacent
futsal. In addition to regular league play,
Culinary Exchange feature food prepared
the Rebels also compete in tournaments
by our very own students. At the Notre
across Canada. If you think you’ve got
Dame Campus, grab a bite at the Buffalo
what it takes, watch for selection camps in
Cafeteria or Voyageur Dining Room — both
August and September.
feature mouthwatering specials made
rrc.ca/rebels
fresh daily.
rrc.ca/food
PARKING
HEALTH SERVICES
Spaces at the Notre Dame Campus are
Located at both the Notre Dame and
available on a first come, first served basis
Exchange District Campuses, our
with the purchase of a monthly/annual
Health Service Centres are staffed by
permit, or an hourly/daily pass from a
professional nurses who can respond
ticket dispenser. Students who carpool
to emergency medical situations, and
are eligible for reduced rates and priority
provide healthy lifestyle information and
parking. In the Exchange District, daily
tips for avoiding illness. If you’re feeling
and monthly parking is available at nearby
under the weather, they can help get you
parkades.
back on your feet as soon as possible!
LIBRARIES
rrc.ca/parking
rrc.ca/health
Stocked with everything you need to make
HOUSING
SAFETY AND SECURITY
Mixing comfort and convenience, our
We take a proactive approach to
student residences are housed in the
maintaining a safe, secure environment,
Paterson GlobalFoods Institute, close to
providing 24-hour patrols, SafeWalk
many of the city’s best shops, restaurants
escorts for students, and emergency call
and nightclubs. With space for 104
boxes throughout our campuses.
FITNESS AND RECREATION
the grade! Access our entire catalogue of
Whether you’re building up muscle,
books, periodicals, and online databases
shedding a few pounds, or working off
and computer labs, as well as media
stress before an exam, our fitness facilities
services, titles, and computer and audio-
can help you maintain a healthy, active
visual equipment. Reciprocal agreements
lifestyle.
with the University of Manitoba and
From weightlifting and cardio equipment
to spin and yoga classes — outdoor walking
trails to weekend intramurals — you’ll have
no trouble keeping fit while on campus.
rrc.ca/athletics
University of Winnipeg provide access to
materials from those schools, as well.
rrc.ca/library
students, the residence is an exciting
addition to Winnipeg’s downtown —
allowing you to work, dine and play in the
heart of the historic Exchange District.
rrc.ca/campusliving
rrc.ca/security
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ACCESS CIVIL ENGINEERING
TECHNOLOGY
Academic Upgrading:
TUITION: $4,000-$4,500
GRADE 11 AND 12
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $2,000-$2,500
TUITION: $20
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 37
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $12
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 37
C
Designed for applicants who do
not meet the regular entrance
requirements of the Civil Engineering
Technology program (page 26), or
who choose to take it over a longer
period of time. Upon completion, you’ll
transfer into the first year of Civil
Engineering Technology.
ACADEMIC PREPARATION
AND ESSENTIAL SKILLS
ACCESS AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE
AND MANUFACTURING
ACCESS BUSINESS
ADMINISTRATION INTEGRATED
TUITION: $5,500-$6,000
TUITION: $3,500-$4,000/YEAR
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $1,000-$1,500/YEAR
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 37
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG.37
C
Gain the basic knowledge and
practical skills required for entrylevel employment in the aircraft
maintenance engineer industry. After
completing the program, you’ll be
prepared to service and maintain fixed
and rotary-wing aircraft.
Career Opportunities:
Passenger and cargo air carriers,
aircraft maintenance organizations,
flight schools
rrc.ca/amm
D
This program targets applicants
who don’t meet the admission
requirements of the two-year Business
Administration program (page 16),
or who choose to take it over three
years. Acquire a broad business
background while building your
potential for supervision, management
and leadership positions. Major in
Accounting, Administration, Financial
Services, Marketing or Human
Resource Management.
Career Opportunities:
A wide range of careers in all sectors
of the business community
rrc.ca/aba
Career Opportunities:
Road construction and maintenance,
surveying, engineering firms, water
and waste management
¹AFTER COMPLETING THE ACCESS CIVIL
ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM, STUDENTS
REGISTER INTO AND PAY ALL FEES ASSOCIATED
WITH THE CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
PROGRAM.
C
Enrol in Grade 11 and 12 courses
if you’re a high school graduate
requiring specific courses for college
or university, or working towards a
Mature Student High School Diploma.
>Locations:
• Adult Learning Centre (Notre Dame Campus)
• Steinbach Community Learning Centre
• Winkler Community Learning Centre
rrc.ca/g11 rrc.ca/g12
English as Second Language
ACADEMIC ENGLISH PROGRAM FOR
UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE ENTRANCE
TUITION: WAIVED FOR PERMANENT RESIDENTS
rrc.ca/aen
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $250
ACCESS NURSING
TUITION: $3,000-$3,500
C
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $1,000-$1,500
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 37
C
Program prepares applicants
who don’t meet the admission
requirements of RRC’s Nursing
program (page 30).
¹ REFER TO NURSING PROGRAM INFO ON PAGE 30
FOR YEARS 2 TO 4 FEES.
rrc.ca/anr
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 37
This advanced-level program is
designed for students who wish to
develop academic language and
study skills for university and college
programs in Manitoba.
rrc.ca/aep
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COMMUNICATION FOR
APPRENTICESHIP AND TRADES
COMMUNICATION FOR THE NURSING
PROFESSION
TUITION: WAIVED FOR PERMANENT RESIDENTS
COMMUNICATION FOR
INTERNATIONALLY EDUCATED
HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 37
TUITION: WAIVED FOR PERMANENT RESIDENTS
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 38
C
Develop specific language skills
for further training or employment
in the trades. Improve listening,
speaking, reading and writing skills
through language tasks and studying
documents and trades-related
materials.
rrc.ca/cat
COMMUNICATION FOR BUSINESS
AND FINANCE
TUITION: WAIVED FOR PERMANENT RESIDENTS
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 38
C
Build the language skills required in
a business environment or training.
This advanced-level program will help
you to read and understand business
materials, write reports and develop a
business vocabulary.
rrc.ca/cbf
COMMUNICATION FOR HEALTH
PROFESSIONS
TUITION: WAIVED FOR PERMANENT RESIDENTS
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 38
C
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 38
C
This program supports the
communication skills of international
graduates preparing to re-enter the
health-care field in Canada. Focus on
language, culture and communication
in the Canadian Health Care Context.
Skill-building in speaking and listening
will be emphasized.
rrc.ca/cie
COMMUNICATION FOR
PROFESSIONALS
TUITION: WAIVED FOR PERMANENT RESIDENTS
rrc.ca/chp
PROGRAM LENGTH
Less than 1 year
1 year
C
Develop the language skills to work in
the nursing field or prepare for postsecondary training programs. Learn to
communicate effectively in daily, social
and health-care situations, by studying
vocabulary, reading and writing
specific to the nursing profession.
2 years
3 years
4 years
PROGRAM TYPE
C Certificate
D Diploma
rrc.ca/cnp
A Advanced Diploma
INTENSIVE ENGLISH AS AN
ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE
Degree
Joint Degree
TUITION: WAIVED FOR PERMANENT RESIDENTS
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 38
LEARNING OPTIONS
C
Co-op Education
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 38
This advanced program is for students
who require further language training
to prepare for academic programs at
a university or college level, including
academic writing, reading, speaking
and listening skills.
Aimed at newcomers to Canada who
wish to improve their reading, writing,
listening and speaking skills in order
to pursue settlement, employment
or educational goals. Learning is
enhanced through computer lab work,
community excursions or workplace
exposure. (Various levels.)
rrc.ca/cfp
rrc.ca/iea
C
COMMUNICATION FOR TECHNICAL
PROFESSIONS
TUITION: WAIVED FOR PERMANENT RESIDENTS
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 38
Acquire language skills that will help
you in the health-care field, or prepare
you for health-care aide training.
Learn to communicate effectively in
daily, social and health-care situations.
TUITION: WAIVED FOR PERMANENT RESIDENTS
LEGEND
C
INTENSIVE ENGLISH FOR
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
TUITION: CONTACT RRC’S INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION
DEPARTMENT FOR CURRENT INFORMATION ON PROGRAM AND
Laptop Required
Work Experience
Practicum
International
Education
ENTRY DATE
Fall
Spring
Winter
LOCATION
STUDENT FEES: INTLED@RRC.CA
Notre Dame Campus
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 38
Roblin Centre
C
Develop language skills for training
and employment in the computer,
engineering and trades fields. Learn
to read and understand technical
materials, write reports and develop
language specific to trades and
technologies.
Develop language skills for living and
studying in Canada. Enhance learning
through online tools and computer lab
work, community excursions and other
cultural experiences.
rrc.ca/ctp
rrc.ca/iei
Paterson GlobalFoods Institute
Stevenson Campus
Language Training Centre
University of Winnipeg
University of Manitoba
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BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
INTEGRATED
TUITION: $3,500-$4,500/YEAR
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $1,000-$2,000/YEAR
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 38
D
Designed for applicants who don’t
meet the admission requirements for
the two-year Business Administration
program, or who choose to take the
program over three years.
rrc.ca/bai
COMMERCE INDUSTRY SALES AND
MARKETING
TUITION: $3,500-$4,000
BUSINESS
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $1,500-$2,000
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 38
C
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
APPLIED ACCOUNTING
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
TUITION: $5,500-$6,000
TUITION: $3,500 - $4,000
TUITION: $3,500-$4,000/YEAR
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $1,500-$2,000
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $1,000 - $1,500
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $1,500-$2,000/YEAR
OTHER FEES: $0-$500¹
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG.38
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 38
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 38
C
Develop the administrative and
technical skills to meet the demands of
the office environment and succeed in
an entry-level administrative position.
Become knowledgeable in business
office software, administrative
procedures, communication, teamwork
and problem solving.
Career Opportunities:
Administrative assistant in a variety of
industries
¹ HEALTH AND DENTAL PLAN
rrc.ca/ada
C
Learn how to provide entry-level
accounting support. Program includes
courses in general business practices,
with emphasis on math, business
management, communication, records
management and business software.
Career Opportunities:
Financial, retail and manufacturing
companies, public accounting firms,
accounting technician, bookkeeper
rrc.ca/app
D
Make your mark in today’s business
world. Build a strong foundation
of knowledge by studying relevant
courses and practical projects, then
reinforce your learning by interacting
with local businesses. In Year 2, you’ll
major in Accounting, Administration,
Financial Services, Marketing or
Human Resource Management.
Career Opportunities:
Range of careers in sectors including
financial institutions, insurance
companies, management (trainee),
entry-level accounting
rrc.ca/bus
Develop the knowledge and personal
selling skills to achieve sales
success. Program promotes a needssatisfaction philosophy supported
by strategic selling techniques, and
focuses on the selling function of
marketing and its relation to the
overall marketing strategy.
Career Opportunities:
Industrial sales, consumer goods
sales, office supply sales, sales and
marketing representative
rrc.ca/cis
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GENERAL INSURANCE
TUITION: $9,000-$9,500
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $2,500-$3,000
OTHER FEES: $0-$500¹
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 38
C
Gain the fundamental skills required
for property and casualty insurance
sales, claim adjusting, underwriting
and risk management. Upon successful
completion of the program, you
may apply for a Level 1 General
Agent License. In addition, you will
be prepared to write the Insurance
Council of Manitoba’s licensing exam
to become a Level 1 Assistant Adjuster.
Career Opportunities:
Insurance underwriter, adjuster, claims
examiner and business development
specialist
¹ HEALTH AND DENTAL PLAN
rrc.ca/gic
HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
¹ MED2020 ACCESS FEE
TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT
rrc.ca/him
TUITION: $3,500-$4,000
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 38
TUITION: $3,500-$4,000
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $1,500-$2,000
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 38
A
Meet the challenges of global
competition in the international
marketplace. Program includes
international business theory courses,
a custom-designed foreign language
component and work experience with
an organization involved in global
marketing.
Career Opportunities:
International commerce for
businesses of all sizes, international
marketing, international finance
TUITION: $9,500-$10,000
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: YEAR 1 - $1,000-$1,500,
OTHER FEES: $255¹
YEAR 2 - $500-$1,000
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 38
D
Learn to manage information required
for patient care, administration,
research and education. Studies
include a unique combination of
medical, computer and business
courses. Grads are eligible to write
the Canadian Health Information
Management Association’s national
certification exam. Program offered
in alternate years. (Next entry dates:
2018 and 2020.)
Career Opportunities:
Hospitals, health information
technologist
Less than 1 year
A
Designed for students with technical
diplomas and degrees, this program
offers a condensed, accessible
solution to the demand for advanced
management training in the evolving
knowledge economy.
1 year
2 years
3 years
4 years
PROGRAM TYPE
C Certificate
Career Opportunities:
Supervisors and managers in
technological organizations
D Diploma
A Advanced Diploma
Degree
rrc.ca/tch
Joint Degree
LEARNING OPTIONS
Co-op Education
C
Acquire the skills to succeed in an
entry-level administrative position
in a legal setting. Learn to prepare
legal documentation for real estate,
civil litigation, wills and estates,
domestic and family law, business and
appeals. Practicum provides hands-on
experience.
Laptop Required
LEGAL ASSISTANT
BOOKS/SUPPLIES:$1,000-$1,500
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 38
PROGRAM LENGTH
rrc.ca/int
TUITION: $3,500-$4,000/YEAR
OTHER FEES: YEAR 2 - $125¹
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $1,000-$1,500
LEGEND
Work Experience
Practicum
International
Education
ENTRY DATE
Fall
Spring
Winter
LOCATION
Notre Dame Campus
Roblin Centre
Paterson GlobalFoods Institute
Career Opportunities:
Junior legal administrative assistants
Stevenson Campus
¹ HEALTH AND DENTAL PLAN
University of Winnipeg
rrc.ca/laa
University of Manitoba
Language Training Centre
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DISABILITY AND COMMUNITY
SUPPORT
TUITION: $3,500-$4,000/YEAR
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000/YEAR
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 39
D
Develop the knowledge, skills
and values to support, care for
and enhance the development of
individuals with disabilities in a
variety of community settings. Learn
how to assist individuals in planning
and achieving personal goals, and in
maintaining their health and wellbeing.
Career Opportunities:
Community residential programs,
employment programs, developmental
services worker
COMMUNITY SERVICES
AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE ENGLISH INTERPRETATION
CHILD AND YOUTH CARE
DEAF STUDIES
TUITION: $3,500-$4,000/YEAR
TUITION (RRC): $3,500-$4,000¹
TUITION (RRC): $3,000-3,500/YEAR¹
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000/YEAR
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: 0-$500
BOOKS AND SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000¹
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 39
OTHER FEES (U OF M): $1,000-$1,500¹
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 39
+ D
Develop the skills to facilitate
interactions between Deaf and hearing
individuals. Grads receive a diploma in
ASL – English Interpretation from RRC
and a Bachelor of Arts degree from
the University of Manitoba.
Career Opportunities:
Government agencies and services,
post-secondary schools, freelance
interpreting
¹ REFER TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA FOR
ADDITIONAL COSTS.
rrc.ca/asl
D
Make a difference in the lives of
children and youth experiencing
behavioural and emotional difficulties,
by helping them to identify and
resolve concerns. Learn how to
intervene, assess and formulate
strategies for enhancing quality of life.
Career Opportunities:
Family support programs, treatment
homes, mental health centres, young
offender program support worker,
youth/family counsellor
rrc.ca/cyc
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 39
C
Explore the language, culture and
history of the Deaf community.
Graduates of this program can enrol
in the ASL – English Interpretation
Program.
Career Opportunities:
Gain skills to aid you in your current
job, or prepare for entry to ASL/ASL English Interpretation training
¹ REFER TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA FOR
ADDITIONAL COSTS.
rrc.ca/def
rrc.ca/dis
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
TUITION: $3,500-$4,000/YEAR
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: YEAR 1 - $1,500-$2,000,
YEAR 2 - $500-$1,000
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 39
D
Prepare for a career providing highquality child care in the community.
Learn how to plan learning experiences
that stimulate children’s intellectual,
physical, emotional and social
development. A practicum component
provides you with experience working
with young children in a variety of
children’s centres.
Career Opportunities:
Daycare centres, nursery schools,
Level 2 Early Childhood Educator
rrc.ca/ech
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EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
WORKPLACE
THERAPEUTIC RECREATION
FACILITATOR FOR OLDER ADULTS
TUITION: $3,500-$4,000/YEAR
TUITION: $9,500-$10,000
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: YEAR 1 - $1,500-$2,000,
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $1,000-$1,500
Less than 1 year
YEAR 2 - $500-$1,000
OTHER FEES: 0-$500¹
1 year
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 39
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 39
D
Complete this program on an
accelerated basis by attending classes
two full days per week, and working
at a daycare centre the other three
days. Learn how to plan appropriate
learning experiences that stimulate
the intellectual, physical, emotional
and social development of young
children.
rrc.ca/ecw
LIBRARY AND INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY
TUITION: $3,500-$4,000/YEAR
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: YEAR 1 - $1,000-$1,500,
LEGEND
PROGRAM LENGTH
2 years
C
Gain the skills to provide recreational
programming and services for older
adults. Learn to design, implement
and evaluate programs for clientele
in various settings, including personal
care homes, extended hospital care,
adult day cares and other communitybased programs.
Career Opportunities:
Long-term care facilities, hospitals,
rehabilitation centres, adult day
centres and community-based settings
3 years
4 years
PROGRAM TYPE
C Certificate
D Diploma
A Advanced Diploma
Degree
Joint Degree
LEARNING OPTIONS
Co-op Education
¹ HEALTH AND DENTAL PLAN
rrc.ca/rec
YEAR 2 - 0-$500
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 39
D
Attain the public service and technical
skills to work in libraries and other
related settings. Learn how to
use both manual and automated
systems for acquiring, organizing and
disseminating information in a variety
of formats.
Career Opportunities:
Library technician/assistant,
information specialist, research
assistant/analyst
rrc.ca/lit
Laptop Required
Work Experience
Practicum
International
Education
ENTRY DATE
Fall
Spring
Winter
LOCATION
Notre Dame Campus
Roblin Centre
Paterson GlobalFoods Institute
Stevenson Campus
Language Training Centre
University of Winnipeg
University of Manitoba
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INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
TUITION: $2,000-$2,500
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 39
C
Designed for applicants who don’t
meet the admission requirements of
the two-year Business Information
Technology (BIT) program. Curriculum
includes both preparatory courses
and some Term 1 BIT courses, which
will reduce the Term 1 course load
for those continuing on into the BIT
program.
COMPUTER AND
INFORMATION SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY
rrc.ca/ibt
NETWORK TECHNOLOGY (CCNA)
TUITION: $4,000-$4,500
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $1,000-$1,500¹
TUITION: YEAR 1 $6,500-$7,000, YEAR 2 $4,000-$4,500
ELECTRONIC AND NETWORK
TECHNICIAN
TUITION: YEAR 1 - $4,000-$4,500, YEAR 2 - $5,500-$6,000
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: YEAR 1 - $2,000-2,500,
TUITION: $4,000-$4,500
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: YEAR 1 - $2,500-$3,000,
YEAR 2 - $1,000-1,500
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $1,000-$1,500
YEAR 2 - $1,000-1,500
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 39
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 39
BUSINESS INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 39
D
Gain a solid foundation in information
technology (IT), with a focus on
database and network management,
and application and web development.
Program includes training in technical
and business fields, plus practical
experience through industry projects
and paid co-op work terms.
Career Opportunities:
Specialists in areas such as networking,
client/server programming, database
management or electronic commerce;
application developer; information
manager
rrc.ca/bit
BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT
D
Provides graduates with the
knowledge and skills required to
analyze, design and manage projects
and business in the IT field, by building
on a combined set of IT and business
courses. You’ll be exposed to a variety
of case studies and practical skills to
help you become effective in advising
or managing teams.
Career Opportunities:
Business analyst, management
consultant, project leader/manager,
systems architect
rrc.ca/btm
C
Build a sound knowledge of electrical
and digital fundamentals, including
computer servicing, network design,
installation and maintenance.
Curriculum implements all four
semesters of the Cisco Certified
Networking Associate (CCNA)
program.
Career Opportunities:
Automated factories as installers and
maintenance staff; medical electronics
and computer services; public utilities
rrc.ca/ent
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 39
C
Designed for students who’ve worked
with computer networks and have
more than a basic knowledge of
computer systems. Courses cover
Windows client and server operating
systems, computer hardware,
advanced networking, network cabling,
Linux, wireless networks, VOIP, and
network security.
Career Opportunities:
Working with Microsoft MCSE, Cisco
CCNA, A+, Linux, wireless networks,
VOIP, and network security
¹ INCLUDES BOOKS, SUPPLIES, TESTING AND EXAM
FEES FOR CCNA.
rrc.ca/nta
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NETWORK TECHNOLOGY (CCNP) CERTIFICATE
NETWORK TECHNOLOGY (CCNP) DIPLOMA
TUITION: $3,500-$4,000
TUITION: $3,500-$4,000
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $1,000-$1,500¹
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $1,000-$1,500¹
Less than 1 year
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 39
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 39
1 year
C
Designed for students who’ve
completed the Electronic and Network
Technician certificate program.
Courses cover Windows client and
server operating systems, computer
hardware, advanced networking,
network cabling, Linux, wireless
networks, VOIP, and network security.
Career Opportunities:
Working with Microsoft MCSE, Cisco
CCNP, A+, Linux, wireless networks,
VOIP, and network security
Career Opportunities:
Working with Microsoft MCSE, Cisco
CCNA, A+, Linux, wireless networks,
VOIP, and network security
¹ INCLUDES BOOKS, SUPPLIES, TESTING AND EXAM
¹ INCLUDES BOOKS, SUPPLIES, TESTING AND EXAM
rrc.ca/ntc
PROGRAM LENGTH
D
Designed for students who’ve
worked with computer networks and
are CCNA-certified. Courses cover
Windows client and server operating
systems, computer hardware,
advanced networking, network cabling,
Linux, wireless networks, VOIP, and
network security.
FEES FOR CCNP, A+ CERT AND MCSE.
LEGEND
2 years
3 years
4 years
PROGRAM TYPE
C Certificate
D Diploma
A Advanced Diploma
Degree
Joint Degree
LEARNING OPTIONS
Co-op Education
FEES FOR CCNP, A+ CERT AND MCSE.
rrc.ca/ntd
Laptop Required
Work Experience
Practicum
International
Education
ENTRY DATE
Fall
Spring
Winter
LOCATION
Notre Dame Campus
Roblin Centre
Paterson GlobalFoods Institute
Stevenson Campus
Language Training Centre
University of Winnipeg
University of Manitoba
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GRAPHIC DESIGN
TUITION: $4,500-$5,000/YEAR
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: YEAR 1 - $4,500-$5,000,
YEAR 2 - $1,000-$1,500
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 40
D
Study the technology, techniques
and philosophy of graphic design,
through a blend of art instruction
and academic courses. Develop
the knowledge and technical skills
essential to professional competence;
gain practical work experience through
industry field placements.
Career Opportunities:
Advertising agencies, design studios,
newspapers, magazines, TV and film
studios, production specialist, graphic
designer, illustrator, art director
CREATIVE ARTS
rrc.ca/gde
3D COMPUTER GRAPHICS
CREATIVE COMMUNICATIONS
DIGITAL MEDIA DESIGN
TUITION: $5,000-$5,500
TUITION: $4,500-$5,000/YEAR
TUITION: $4,500-$5,000/YEAR
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: YEAR 1 - $4,000-$4,500,
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: YEAR 1 - $4,500-$5,000,
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 40
YEAR 2 - $1,500-$2,000
YEAR 2 - $1,500-$2,000
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 40
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 40
A
Designed for industry professionals
and/or graduates of Digital Media
Design (or equivalent programs) who
wish to upgrade their skills. Studies
focus on new skill requirements
in areas such as advanced 3D
graphics, animation and production
management.
Career Opportunities:
Visual effects artist, motion graphics,
video game development, medical
imaging
rrc.ca/3dg
D
Prepare for a career in advertising,
media production, journalism,
communications and public relations.
Explore e-publishing, web design,
social media, creative writing,
photography, business and marketing.
Gain industry experience through six
weeks of work placements.
Career Opportunities:
Newspapers, advertising agencies,
public relations/communications
departments, TV/radio stations,
copywriter, journalist, social media
coordinator, etc.
rrc.ca/cre
D
Explore techniques and philosophies
of graphic and new media/web design,
through a blend of design instruction,
web and interactive technologies,
and academic courses. Major in 3D
animation, web design, or video and
motion graphics.
Career Opportunities:
Web design, 3D animators, video postproduction technicians, broadcast
graphics designers
rrc.ca/dmd
GRAPHIC DESIGN - ADVANCED
TUITION: $4,500-$5,000
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $3,000-$3,500
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 40
A
Designed for industry professionals
wishing to upgrade their existing skills.
Focus on new skill requirements such
as advanced computer, marketing
and production management. Major
in Advanced Communication Design,
New Electronic Media, Production
Management, Advanced Prepress
Production or Advanced Illustration.
Career Opportunities:
Advertising agencies, graphic design
studios, retail stores, magazine
publishers, TV and film industry,
freelance
rrc.ca/gda
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PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY
RESIDENTIAL DECORATING
TUITION: $7,500-$8,000
TUITION: $4,500-$4,000
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $1,000-$1,500
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: 0 - $500
OTHER FEES: 0-$500¹
OTHER FEES: 0-$500¹
Less than 1 year
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 40
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 40
1 year
C
Learn to manage decorating projects
and apply design principles that
enhance the function and quality
of interior and exterior living
environments. Gain the skills required
to analyze your clients’ needs for
development of furniture floor plans,
product purchases and installation
arrangements.
Career Opportunities:
Professional photographer
Career Opportunities:
Residential decorators in a variety
of organizations, sales consultants
in home improvement retail stores,
decorating consultants
rrc.ca/pho
PROGRAM LENGTH
C
Develop the technical and creative
aspects of digital imaging and
processing. Explore digital image
manipulation, lighting, SLR operation,
exposure, composition, printing,
editing, retouching and processing.
Learn project management and
entrepreneurial skills required to
operate a successful business.
¹ HEALTH AND DENTAL PLAN
LEGEND
2 years
3 years
4 years
PROGRAM TYPE
C Certificate
D Diploma
A Advanced Diploma
Degree
Joint Degree
LEARNING OPTIONS
Co-op Education
¹ HEALTH AND DENTAL PLAN
Laptop Required
rrc.ca/dec
Work Experience
Practicum
International
Education
ENTRY DATE
Fall
Spring
Winter
LOCATION
Notre Dame Campus
Roblin Centre
Paterson GlobalFoods Institute
Stevenson Campus
Language Training Centre
University of Winnipeg
University of Manitoba
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EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT
TUITION: $5,000-$5,500
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $0-$500
OTHER FEES: 0-$500¹
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 40
C
Prepare for a career in an educational
setting, supporting the work of
teachers and clinicians. Explore the
developmental needs of children,
and the instructional strategies to
meet those needs. Focus on topics
ranging from inclusive education and
learner characteristics to supporting
the learning environment, managing
behaviour, and professionalism.
Career Opportunities:
Educational assistant
EDUCATION
¹ HEALTH AND DENTAL PLAN
BUSINESS/TECHNOLOGY TEACHER
EDUCATION
BUSINESS/TECHNOLOGY TEACHER
EDUCATION - ACCELERATED
BUSINESS/TECHNOLOGY TEACHER
EDUCATION - AFTER DEGREE
TUITION: YEAR 1-4 - $4,000-$4,500/YEAR,
TUITION: $4,000-$4,500
TUITION: $4,000-$4,500/YEAR¹
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000/YEAR
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 40
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 40
YEAR 5 - $2,000-$2,500
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000/YEAR¹, ²
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 40
+ D
Develop teaching and technical
skills related to business practices,
including management, accounting,
marketing, IT, digital photography,
film, animation and multimedia.
Successful completion results in
a Bachelor of Arts degree and a
Bachelor of Education degree from
the University of Winnipeg, and a
diploma in Business/Technology
Teacher Education from RRC.
Career Opportunities:
Teacher in MB secondary schools
¹ TO DETERMINE TOTAL COST FOR PROGRAM/
STUDENT FEES AND BOOKS/SUPPLIES FOR
YEARS 1-5, UWINNIPEG COSTS MUST BE ADDED
TO THESE FIGURES.
² FEES ARE BASED ON ONE 90-HOUR COURSE/
TERM AT RRC.
rrc.ca/bte
D
Designed for certified teachers holding
a Bachelor of Education degree.
Develop teaching and technical
skills related to business practices,
including management, accounting,
marketing, IT, digital photography, film,
animation and multimedia. Emphasis
is on teaching methodology and
educational theory.
rrc.ca/bta
rrc.ca/eac
INDUSTRIAL ARTS/TECHNOLOGY
TEACHER EDUCATION
TUITION: YEAR 1-4 - $4,500-$5,000,
YEAR 5 - $2,000-$2,500¹,²
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000/YEAR
This is a joint Bachelor of Education
degree program with the University
of Winnipeg, for those with an
undergraduate degree. (Completion
time depends on the type of degree
you hold.) Develop teaching and
technical skills related to business
practices, including management,
accounting, marketing, information
technology, digital photography, film,
animation and multimedia. Emphasis
is on teaching methodology and
educational theory.
¹ TO DETERMINE TOTAL COST FOR PROGRAM/
STUDENT FEES AND BOOKS/SUPPLIES FOR
YEAR 3, UWINNIPEG COSTS MUST BE ADDED
TO THESE FIGURES.
rrc.ca/btd
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 40
D
Develop the skills for teaching
industrial arts and technology
programs in public schools. Explore
manufacturing, power and energy,
graphic communications, construction,
computer applications, and teaching
methodology. Successful completion
results in a diploma in Industrial Arts
Teacher Education from RRC, as well
as a Bachelor of Arts degree and a
Bachelor of Education degree from the
University of Winnipeg.
¹ STUDENTS REGISTER AT BOTH UWINNIPEG AND
RRC. THE COSTS AT UWINNIPEG MUST BE ADDED TO
THESE FIGURES.
² FEES ARE BASED ON ONE 90-HOUR COURSE/TERM
AT RRC.
rrc.ca/iae
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INDUSTRIAL ARTS/TECHNOLOGY
TEACHER EDUCATION - ACCELERATED
TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL TEACHER
EDUCATION
TUITION: $4,000-$4,500
TUITION: $4,500-$5,000
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000
Less than 1 year
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 40
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 40
1 year
D
This accelerated diploma program is
designed for certified teachers holding
a Bachelor of Education degree.
Emphasis is on technical knowledge
and skills in industrial arts, combined
with teaching methodology required
for the teaching major in this subject
area.
rrc.ca/ita
INDUSTRIAL ARTS/TECHNOLOGY
TEACHER EDUCATION - AFTER
DEGREE
LEGEND
PROGRAM LENGTH
D
Explore teaching methodology, the
development of courses and computer
applications, and the design of
facilities for delivery of vocational
education programs. Eighteen
weeks of the program will be spent
teaching in a local high school setting.
Successful completion results in a
diploma from RRC; grads are eligible
for a Special Vocational Teaching
Certificate issued by Manitoba
Education and Advanced Learning.
rrc.ca/vte
2 years
3 years
4 years
PROGRAM TYPE
C Certificate
D Diploma
A Advanced Diploma
Degree
Joint Degree
LEARNING OPTIONS
Co-op Education
TUITION: $4,000-$4,500/YEAR¹
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000/YEAR
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 40
This program is for those holding
an undergraduate degree. Develop
the teaching and technical skills for
teaching industrial arts and technology
education programs in public schools.
Emphasis in the RRC portion is on
developing skills in industrial arts/
technology, combined with teaching
methodology required for the teaching
major in these areas.
¹ TO DETERMINE TOTAL COST FOR PROGRAM/
STUDENT FEES AND BOOKS/SUPPLIES FOR
YEAR 3, UWINNIPEG COSTS MUST BE ADDED
TO THESE FIGURES.
rrc.ca/itd
Laptop Required
Work Experience
Practicum
International
Education
ENTRY DATE
Fall
Spring
Winter
LOCATION
Notre Dame Campus
Roblin Centre
Paterson GlobalFoods Institute
Stevenson Campus
Language Training Centre
University of Winnipeg
University of Manitoba
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CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
(32 MONTHS)
ARCHITECTURAL/ENGINEERING
TECHNOLOGY
Explore engineering and
architectural construction
systems for careers in design
and construction of building
systems, computer-aided design
and drafting, site inspection
and supervision, construction
project and administration
management, technical sales and
support, building sciences, and
environmental systems.
ENGINEERING AND
CAD TECHNOLOGY
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
TECHNOLOGY
APPLIED ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
TUITION: YEAR 3 - $3,500-$4,000¹
TUITION: YEAR 1 - $5,000-$5,500¹, YEAR 2 - $4,500-
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: YEAR 3 - $500-$1,000¹
$5,000 (DEPENDING ON MAJOR), YEAR 3 - $3,500-$4,000
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 40
(DEPENDING ON MAJOR)
+ D
Build theoretical and applied
knowledge in environmental analysis
and problem solving skills. Program
includes a six-month co-op work
term. Graduates of the four-year
program receive a joint Bachelor of
Science degree from the University of
Winnipeg and RRC; grads of the fiveyear program also earn a diploma in
Environmental Protection Technology.
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: YEAR 1 - $2,500-$3,000,
YEAR 2,3 - $500-$1,000 (DEPENDING ON MAJOR)
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 40
D
Career Opportunities:
Laboratories, environmental industry,
health care industry, lab technician
A common first year provides
training in construction engineering,
environmental protection and
geomatics technologies, setting the
stage for the diploma and certificate
programs listed on this page.
Topics covered include algebra and
trigonometry, chemistry, statics and
strength of materials, surveying,
technical communications, technical
drafting and WHMIS.
¹ REFER TO UWINNIPEG FOR COSTS IN YEARS 1, 2
¹ AFTER COMPLETING YEAR 1, STUDENTS REGISTER
AND 4.
rrc.ca/aes
INTO THE APPLICABLE CAD TECHNOLOGY
PROGRAM FOR YEAR 2, OR CIVIL TECHNOLOGY
PROGRAM FOR YEARS 2 AND 3.
Study principles and applications
of environmental technology for
careers in waste disposal and
water supply, reuse and recycling,
workplace health and safety,
integrated project management
and quality control.
STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
TECHNOLOGY
Develop the skills and knowledge
of structural design and analysis
for careers in design and
construction of building systems,
computer-assisted design and
drafting, site inspection, testing
and supervision, as well as project
management.
CAD TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS (20
MONTHS)
BUILDING DESIGN TECHNOLOGY
Explore principles of architectural
and structural systems; prepare
for careers in computer-aided
drafting, design and construction
of building systems, site
inspection and supervision,
contract administration and
project coordination, technical
sales and support, and building
sciences.
rrc.ca/cet
GEOMATICS TECHNOLOGY
Gain skills for a career in
surveying, including design
and construction of civil works,
computer-aided surveying
applications and drafting,
mapping, photogrammetry and
cartography, as well as land
surveying and measurement.
MUNICIPAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
Study the principles and
applications required for careers
in design and construction of civil
works and municipal, computeraided design and drafting,
infrastructure, project inspection,
testing and supervision,
construction administration and
project management, as well as
technical sales and support.
CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
TUITION: YEAR 1-3 - $6,500-$7,000, YEAR 4 - $5,500-$6,000
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: YEAR 1 - $2,000-$2,500
YEAR 2-4 - $0-500
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 41
This degree program focuses on heavy,
industrial/commercial and residential
construction, and is designed to
develop managerial expertise for those
in the skilled trades and engineering
or engineering technologies. Prepare
for Canadian Construction Association
Gold Seal exams and the Leadership
in Energy and Environmental Design
(LEED) Green Associate exam.
Three six-month co-op work terms
provide practical hands-on experience.
rrc.ca/con
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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
TUITION: YEAR 1,2-$4,500-$5,000/YEAR,
GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS
TECHNOLOGY
MANUFACTURING COMPUTER AIDED
DRAFTING (CAD)
YEAR 3 - $2,000-$2,500
TUITION: $4,000-$4,500
TUITION: $4,000-$4,500
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $1,000-$1,500/YEAR
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $1,000-$1,500
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000
Less than 1 year
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 41
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 41
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 41
1 year
D
After acquiring a solid foundation in
the common first year, you’ll major in
one of the areas listed below.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
TECHNOLOGY
Train for entry-level employment
as an engineering technologist
in such fields as electrical utility
systems, consulting engineering
and electrical contracting.
ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
TECHNOLOGY
Learn about electronic circuits
used for amplifiers, AM/FM radio,
programmable logic, control
systems, biomedical applications,
microprocessor control, highfrequency circuits, and other
technologies.
INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL
ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
Gain the knowledge and skills
for careers involving calibrating
systems used to measure, record
and control industrial process
variables.
rrc.ca/eet
A
Designed for those with technical
and conceptual skills in the design,
development and implementation
of geographic information systems
(GIS). You’ll explore underlying
concepts in technology management,
data collection, data manipulation,
data analysis and cartographic
presentation.
Career Opportunities:
Engineering consulting, surveying and
mapping, GIS programming
LEGEND
PROGRAM LENGTH
C
Learn to produce computer-aided
mechanical drawings of components
and assemblies of industrial machines,
machinery parts and other mechanical
equipment.
2 years
3 years
4 years
PROGRAM TYPE
C Certificate
Career Opportunities:
Technical representatives, sales
persons, designers, shop inspectors,
engineering firms, consulting firms,
manufacturing companies, utility
companies, aerospace
rrc.ca/cad
D Diploma
A Advanced Diploma
Degree
Joint Degree
LEARNING OPTIONS
rrc.ca/gis
INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRICAL
ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
TUITION: $2,000-$2,500
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 41
C
Designed to provide a solid
foundation in Electrical, Electronic,
or Instrumentation Engineering
Technology for those who don’t meet
the admission requirements for the
28-month Electrical Engineering
Technology program.
rrc.ca/iee
Co-op Education
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
TECHNOLOGY
TUITION: YEAR 1, 2 - $4,500-$5,000/YEAR,
YEAR 3 - $2,000-$2,500
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $1,000-$1,500/YEAR
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 41
D
Explore the design and production
stages of high-quality manufactured
goods. Topics include design,
manufacturing methods, quality
assurance, equipment selection,
computer-aided engineering,
building systems design and control,
mechanical analysis, computer
applications, supervision and
management.
Career Opportunities:
Design, manufacturing, technical sales,
CAD designer, production supervisor
rrc.ca/met
Laptop Required
Work Experience
Practicum
International
Education
ENTRY DATE
Fall
Spring
Winter
LOCATION
Notre Dame Campus
Roblin Centre
Paterson GlobalFoods Institute
Stevenson Campus
Language Training Centre
University of Winnipeg
University of Manitoba
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APPLIED CHEMISTRY
DENTAL ASSISTING
TUITION: YEAR 3 - $4,000-$4,500¹
TUITION: $4,000-$4,500
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: YEAR 3 - $500-$1,000¹
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $1,000-$1,500
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 41
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 41
+ D
Specialize in environmental or
industrial chemistry, while meeting the
requirements of both the University
of Winnipeg’s four-year Chemistry
major and RRC’s two-year Science
Laboratory Technology program.
Years 1, 2 and 4 are offered at the
University of Winnipeg, while Year 3 is
at RRC. You’ll be required to complete
20 full-course equivalents for this joint
program.
Career Opportunities:
Chemical laboratories, the health-care
industry, the environmental industry,
lab technician, research assistant
HEALTH SCIENCES
ANIMAL HEALTH TECHNOLOGY
APPLIED BIOLOGY
TUITION: $4,000-$4,500/YEAR
TUITION: YEAR 3 - $4,000-$4,500¹
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: YEAR 1 - $1,000-$1,500,
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: YEAR 3 - $500-$1,000¹
YEAR 2 - 0-$500
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 41
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 41
D
Explore a rewarding career working
with animals. Learn to perform
medical procedures under the
supervision of veterinarians, including
anaesthesia induction and monitoring,
surgical nursing, lab testing, dentistry,
diagnostic imaging, emergency care,
and routine clinic procedures.
Career Opportunities:
Private veterinary practices,
farm production units, research
laboratories, zoological collections,
federal or provincial governments
rrc.ca/aht
+ D
Gain theoretical and applied
knowledge of cell and molecular
biology, and other skills required to
succeed in the field of biotechnology.
Years 1, 2 and 4 are offered at the
University of Winnipeg, while Year 3 is
at RRC. You’ll be required to complete
20 full-course equivalents for this joint
program.
Career Opportunities:
Laboratories, the food industry,
agriculture, lab technician, research
assistant
¹ REFER TO UWINNIPEG FOR COSTS IN YEARS 1, 2
AND 4.
rrc.ca/bio
C
Accredited by the Commission on
Dental Accreditation of Canada,
this program helps you develop the
skills to assist dentists. Learn about
dental procedures, handling and
mixing materials, sterilization and
lab procedures and preparation of
equipment. Program also includes
a supervised practicum working
alongside students from the University
of Manitoba’s Faculty of Dentistry, and
in a private dental office.
Career Opportunities:
Private dental clinics, hospital dental
clinics, dental assistant
¹ REFER TO UWINNIPEG FOR COSTS IN YEARS 1, 2
rrc.ca/den
rrc.ca/chm
DIAGNOSTIC CARDIAC SONOGRAPHY ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY
AND 4.
BRIDGING PROGRAM FOR
INTERNATIONALLY EDUCATED NURSES
TUITION: $6,000-$6,500
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $300
TUITION: PER LEVEL - $4,000-$4,500
OTHER FEES: $500-$1,000
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: PER LEVEL - $500-$1,000
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 41
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 41
This program prepares internationally
educated nurses to work as registered
nurses (RNs) in Manitoba. Take Level
1 (at RRC’s Language Training Centre)
to upgrade your English skills; take
Level 2 if required by the College
of Registered Nurses of Manitoba
to enhance your knowledge and
skills before writing the Canadian
Registered Nurses Exam. For info on
Level 2, contact:
College of Registered Nurses of
Manitoba Registration Services
P: 1.204.784.5181 or toll-free
1.800.665.2027, ext. 181 (Manitoba only)
E: registration@crnm.mb.ca
rrc.ca/bpn
A
As part of the patient care team,
diagnostic cardiac sonographers apply
high-frequency sound waves to assess
patients and provide information to
cardiologists for diagnoses and health
status monitoring.
This program prepares you to conduct
echocardiography exams focusing on
the heart. Content is cross-referenced
to the national competency profile
established by Sonography Canada.
Career Opportunities:
Diagnostic cardiac sonographers
rrc.ca/dia
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DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY ULTRASOUND
HEALTH UNIT CLERK
TUITION: $6,000-$6,500/YEAR
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $1,000-$1,500
OTHER FEES: 0-$500¹
OTHER FEES: $500-$1,000
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 41
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 41
D
Through a mix of theoretical and clinical
training, prepare to conduct ultrasound
examinations, focusing on areas such
as obstetrics and gynecology, abdomen
and superficial structures, and vascular
sonographic studies.
Career Opportunities:
Sonographer in urban/rural hospitals
or private clinics; related teaching,
management and research positions;
application specialists, technical
advisors or representatives for
diagnostic image equipment and supply
manufacturers
rrc.ca/ult
HEALTH CARE AIDE
TUITION: $2,500-$3,000
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: 0-$500
OTHER FEES: 0-$500
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 41
C
Train to become a health-care worker
who under the supervision of a nurse
assists patients, personal care home
residents and home care clients with
meeting their physical, emotional and
social needs, while also maintaining
their independence.
Career Opportunities:
Hospitals, care homes or agencies;
health care aide
rrc.ca/hca
TUITION: $5,000-$5,500
C
Acquire the knowledge and skills
required to function as part of the
health-care team. Learn to maintain
patient and unit records, manage
unit supplies, and process physician,
diagnostic and laboratory orders.
¹ HEALTH AND DENTAL PLAN
rrc.ca/huc
MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
(MRI) AND SPECTROSCOPY
TUITION: $5,000-$5,500
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $2,000-$2,500
OTHER FEES: $1,000-$1,500
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 41
A
This program is designed for qualified
medical radiation technologists,
providing a state-of-the-art
education on magnetic resonance
instrumentation, methodologies and
techniques. Upon graduation, you
will be prepared to write the National
Certification examinations.
Career Opportunities:
Hospitals, specialized clinics, MRI
specialist
rrc.ca/mri
practical training. Learn more about the
decontamination, cleaning, processing,
assembly, sterilization, storage and
distribution of medical devices and
supplies within a health-care setting.
LEGEND
PROGRAM LENGTH
Less than 1 year
1 year
Career Opportunities:
Medical device reprocessing technician
2 years
3 years
¹ HEALTH AND DENTAL PLAN
4 years
rrc.ca/mdr
MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCES
PROGRAM TYPE
C Certificate
TUITION: $4,500-$5,000/YEAR
D Diploma
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: YEAR 1 - $2,000-$2,500
OTHER FEES: $500-$1,000
A Advanced Diploma
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 42
Degree
D
Learn to collect, prepare and
analyze blood, body fluids and tissue
samples — and to interpret your
results. Become proficient in the five
disciplines of lab work: Chemistry,
Hematology, Histology, Microbiology,
and Transfusion Science. Year 2
includes clinical training in diagnostic
labs, where you’ll gain experience
interacting with patients and healthcare professionals.
Career Opportunities:
Hospital laboratories, private
laboratories, Regional Health Authority
laboratories, Laboratory Centre for
Disease Control, pharmaceutical
laboratories, Canadian Blood
Services, or industrial or commercial
laboratories
rrc.ca/mls
Joint Degree
LEARNING OPTIONS
Co-op Education
Laptop Required
Work Experience
Practicum
International
Education
ENTRY DATE
Fall
Spring
Winter
LOCATION
Notre Dame Campus
Roblin Centre
MEDICAL DEVICE REPROCESSING
TECHNICIAN
MEDICAL RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY
TUITION: $5,500-$6,000
TUITION: $4,500-$5,000/YEAR
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: YEAR 1 - $2,500-$3,000
Language Training Centre
OTHER FEES: $0-$500¹
OTHER FEES: YEAR 1 - 0-$500, YEAR 2 - $500-$1,000
University of Winnipeg
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 42
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 42
C
Enhance your knowledge and technical
skills through both theoretical and
D
Prepare for a career performing
diagnostic/interventional imaging
Paterson GlobalFoods Institute
Stevenson Campus
University of Manitoba
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procedures using ionizing radiation
and diagnostic imaging equipment.
Gain the academic foundation and
supervised practical experience required
to take X-rays of the human body.
Career Opportunities:
Hospitals, clinics, medical radiologic
technologist
safety practitioner, including risk
management; hazard recognition,
control and prevention; and safety
management systems in the
workplace. Gain hands-on training
through the program’s work
experience component.
rrc.ca/ohs
NURSING
PARAMEDICINE - ADVANCED CARE
PARAMEDICINE
$8,500/YEAR, YEAR 4 - $1,000-$1,500
TUITION: $5,000-$5,500/YEAR
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: YEAR 1 - $2,500-$3,000,
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000
YEAR 2, 3 - $1,500-$2,000
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 42
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 42
RRC’s Nursing program is 32 months
in length (equivalent to four academic
years). Each year of study is 10
months long, followed by a senior
practicum of 450 hours. Following
successful completion, you’ll receive
a Bachelor of Nursing degree and
will be eligible to write the Canadian
Nurse Registration Exam, successful
completion of which entitles you to
become a member of the College of
Registered Nurses of Manitoba, and to
use the designation Registered Nurse.
D
This program is designed to provide
paramedics with advanced knowledge
and skills in emergency health care
and prepare them to function as
leaders in emergency situations.
Graduates will have the ability to care
for patients of all ages and administer
advanced medical treatment
measures.
Career Opportunities:
Advanced care paramedic
rrc.ca/acp
Career Opportunities:
Nurse
PARAMEDICINE - PRIMARY CARE
PARAMEDICINE
* SENIOR PRACTICUM FEES IN ADDITION TO
TUITION: $5,500-$6,000
THE TUITION, BOOKS/SUPPLIES.
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $1,500-$2,000
rrc.ca/nur
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 42
C
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH
AND SAFETY
TUITION: $8,000-$8,500
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $1,000-$1,500
OTHER FEES: 0-$500¹
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 42
C
Learn the roles and responsibilities
of an occupational health and
Career Opportunities:
Paramedics, emergency personnel
rrc.ca/pcp
¹ HEALTH AND DENTAL PLAN
rrc.ca/mrt
TUITION: YEAR 1 - $6,500-$7,000, YEAR 2,3 - $8,000-
Paramedicine; graduates can
challenge the licensing exams for
Technician-Paramedic.
Gain the academic and clinical
experience to work in the field
of emergency medical services.
Program’s academic component will
be delivered in class in Winnipeg and
by video delivery to three remote
locations throughout Manitoba.
Program is based on the national
occupational competency profile
for Paramedicine - Primary Care
PHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURING
TUITION: $4,000-$4,500
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: 0-$500
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 42
C
Develop the skills required for
employment in the production of
pharmaceutical, biotechnology and
related products, including over
the counter and prescription drugs,
vaccines, analgesics, antibiotics
and other drugs for life threatening
diseases. Program consists of two
main streams: Solid Dosage and
Biopharmaceutical Processing.
Career Opportunities:
Production technicians with Manitoba
pharmaceutical manufacturing
companies
rrc.ca/phm
QA/QC IN THE PHARMACEUTICAL
INDUSTRY
TUITION: $5,000-$5,500
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 42
A
Gain instruction in the concept of
quality assurance in a manufacturing
environment controlled by good
practices, quality systems and
regulatory agencies. Learn analytical
instrumental techniques, calibration
of common lab equipment, and testing
of raw materials and finished product
as performed by a quality control
laboratory.
Career Opportunities:
Quality control or quality assurance
laboratories at pharmaceutical
manufacturing companies
rrc.ca/qac
SCIENCE LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY
TUITION: $5,000-$5,500/YEAR
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: YEAR 1 - $1,500-$2,000,
YEAR 2 - 0-$500
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 42
D
Become a laboratory technologist
in an industrial, government or
commercial laboratory. Explore applied
lab skills, analytical and organic
chemical procedures, microbiology
techniques, and biochemical methods.
Specialized techniques in molecular
biology, immunology, tissue culture
and instrumentation are emphasized.
Program includes a paid co-op work
placement providing valuable on-thejob experience.
Career Opportunities:
Research chemistry, analytical
chemistry, quality control,
biotechnologies specializing in:
research, quality control, environmental
topics, pharmaceutical topics
rrc.ca/slt
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LEGEND
PROGRAM LENGTH
Less than 1 year
1 year
2 years
3 years
4 years
PROGRAM TYPE
C Certificate
D Diploma
A Advanced Diploma
Degree
Joint Degree
HOSPITALITY
LEARNING OPTIONS
Co-op Education
TUITION: $5,000-$5,500/YEAR
HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM
MANAGEMENT
PROFESSIONAL BAKING
AND PATISSERIE
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: YEAR 1 - $2,000-$2,500,
TUITION: $5,000-$5,500/YEAR
TUITION: $5,000-$5,500
YEAR 2 - $500-$1,000
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $1,500-$2,000/YEAR
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $1,000-$1,500
OTHER FEES: 0-$500
OTHER FEES: 0-$500
OTHER FEES: 0-$500
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 42
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 42
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 42
CULINARY ARTS
D
Learn to cook like a master chef
while meeting the challenges of
the sophisticated and demanding
hospitality industry. A full-service
restaurant and on-campus facilities
allow you to gain experience preparing
and serving. Graduates can write the
Red Seal Exam after meeting the
practical hours requirement.
D
C
Laptop Required
Work Experience
Practicum
International
Education
ENTRY DATE
Learn hotel and restaurant
management through the study of
hospitality-related courses, practical
lab training and industry work
experience. After a common first year
you will major in Tourism or Hotel and
Restaurant Management.
Learn how to produce commercial
quantities of breads, rolls, sweet
dough, pastries, cookies, cakes
and desserts. Training is provided
through a combination of classroom
instruction, practical lab, and offcampus co-op work experience.
Roblin Centre
Career Opportunities:
Hotels, restaurants, commercial cook,
chef
Career Opportunities:
Hotels, restaurants, front desk
manager, food and beverage manager,
executive housekeeper, festivals and
events
Career Opportunities:
Large in-store bakeries and smaller
bakery operations, hotels, resorts and
franchises
rrc.ca/bak
Language Training Centre
rrc.ca/cul
rrc.ca/htm
Fall
Spring
Winter
LOCATION
Notre Dame Campus
Paterson GlobalFoods Institute
Stevenson Campus
University of Winnipeg
University of Manitoba
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COMPUTER APPLICATIONS FOR BUSINESS
TUITION: YEAR 1 - $4,500-$5,000, YEAR 2 - $3,000-$3,500
BOOKS AND SUPPLIES: YEAR 1 - $1,000-$1,500,
YEAR 2 - $500-1,000
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 43
D
Learn to use Microsoft Office; prepare
accurate business correspondence;
develop problem-solving, decisionmaking and management skills;
and communicate effectively while
respecting cultural diversity. Program
includes a 16-week work placement.
rrc.ca/cab
INDIGENOUS EDUCATION
INTRODUCTION TO TRADES
TUITION: $2,000-$2,500
BOOKS AND SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000
ABORIGINAL PROGRAM FOR COLLEGE
ENRICHMENT AND TRANSITION
ABORIGINAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
ADMINISTRATION
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/
COMMUNITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
TUITION: $3,500-$4,000
TUITION: $3,500-$4,000/YEAR
TUITION: $3,000-$3,500/YEAR
BOOKS AND SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $1,000-$1,500/YEAR
BOOKS AND SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000/YEAR
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 43
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 43
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 43
C
Acquire the skills and appropriate
college-level prerequisites to transfer
into the RRC program of your choice.
Students who haven’t finished high
school can earn dual credits and
graduate with a mature student
diploma. Credits are transferable to
other RRC programs.
rrc.ca/aet
D
Make a difference in your community
by gaining knowledge of present
political systems, as well as
existing and traditional models of
self-government. Learn skills in
administration, management and
policy analysis. Upon successful
completion, pursue the University of
Winnipeg’s Aboriginal Self-Governance
Degree program.
Career Opportunities:
Indigenous governments or agencies,
researcher, policy analyst
rrc.ca/asg
D
Become an agent of change in
communities experiencing barriers to
development. Learn how to recognize
and use a community’s gifts and
assets, promote social inclusion
and participation at all levels of
transformation, understand power
dynamics and ethical issues, and use
practical facilitation skills to aid in
your work.
Career Opportunities:
Agencies working in inner-city
neighborhoods
rrc.ca/ced
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 43
C
Prepare for entry into existing RRC
trades programs. This introductory
program incorporates an Indigenous
perspective that reinforces cultural
identity and enhances self-esteem and
pride, allowing students to connect
with traditional values and beliefs.
rrc.ca/itr
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ELECTRICAL
TUITION: $2,500-$3,000
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000
LEGEND
PROGRAM LENGTH
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 43
Less than 1 year
C
Develop the knowledge and skills
required for employment in the
electrical construction industry, public
utilities and motor repair facilities, or
with manufacturers and distributors of
electrical equipment. Gain knowledge
in the fundamentals of electricity,
electrical codes, wiring practices and
trade safety awareness.
rrc.ca/elc
CABINETRY AND WOODWORKING
CARPENTRY
DIPLOMA TUITION: YEAR 1 - $4,500-$5,000,
TUITION: $2,500-$3,000
YEAR 2 - $4,000-$4,500
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000
DIPLOMA BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000/YEAR
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 43
CERTIFICATE TUITION: $2,000-$2,500
CERTIFICATE BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 43
C
Develop the skills to produce cabinets,
furniture and other wood products.
Gain knowledge and experience
through a blend of classroom studies
and hands-on workshop practice.
Topics include construction and
finishing techniques.
rrc.ca/cww (Certificate)
rrc.ca/cwt (Diploma)
2 years
3 years
4 years
PROGRAM TYPE
C Certificate
D Diploma
A Advanced Diploma
Career Opportunities:
Utility companies, contractors,
manufacturers
SKILLED TRADES
D
1 year
C
Gain the skills required to enter
the carpentry trade or a related
apprenticeship program. Learn about
woodworking machines, blueprint
reading and sketching, and safe
working practices, while developing
skills in framing, roofing and
surveying.
Career Opportunities:
Commercial construction, house
building, factories or building material
companies
rrc.ca/car
Degree
Joint Degree
LEARNING OPTIONS
Co-op Education
GREENSPACE HORTICULTURE
DIPLOMA TUITION: YEAR 1, 2 - $5,000-$5,500/YEAR,
YEAR 3 - $2,000-$2,500
DIPLOMA BOOKS/SUPPLIES: YEAR 1 - $2,500-$3,000,
YEAR 2 - $500-$1,000, YEAR 3 - 0-$500
D
CERTIFICATE TUITION: $4,000-$4,500
CERTIFICATE BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $2,000-$2,500
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 43
C
This program develops the
foundational knowledge and skills
required to work in (certificate) or
construct and manage (diploma)
landscaped areas such as parks, golf
courses, athletic fields, botanical
gardens and cemeteries.
Career Opportunities:
Golf courses, parks, cemeteries,
groundskeeper, landscape technician,
gardener
rrc.ca/gre (Certificate)
rrc.ca/grh (Diploma)
Laptop Required
Work Experience
Practicum
International
Education
ENTRY DATE
Fall
Spring
Winter
LOCATION
Notre Dame Campus
Roblin Centre
Paterson GlobalFoods Institute
Stevenson Campus
Language Training Centre
University of Winnipeg
University of Manitoba
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MANUFACTURING TECHNICIAN
POWER ENGINEERING - 5TH CLASS
PRECISION METAL MACHINING
WELDING
TUITION: $4,500-$5,000/YEAR
TUITION: $5,000-$5,500
TUITION: $4,500-$5,000
TUITION: $4,000-$4,500
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: 0-$500/YEAR
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: 0-$500
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 43
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 43
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 43
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 43
D
Prepare for a career as a manufacturing
technician by studying processes such
as conventional machining and metal
forming operations, composites, and
advanced manufacturing methods.
Focus on Computer Numerical
Control (CNC) machine operation and
programming, Computer Aided Design
(CAD)/Computer Aided Manufacturing
(CAM), and jig and fixture design.
Career Opportunities:
Production and assembly lines,
aerospace manufacturing, machine
shop operator, CNC operator, tool and
die operator
rrc.ca/mfg
C
Gain the knowledge and skills
required for the safe operation of
major equipment in commercial and
industrial buildings. This program’s
instruction meets rating requirements
and licensing as regulated by the
Manitoba Department of Labour
and Immigration under the Power
Engineers Act.
Career Opportunities:
Employment in industrial plants, school
divisions, and other commercial,
industrial or public buildings
rrc.ca/pow
POWER ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
C
This program targets students
pursuing an apprenticeship career
as a machinist, or entering the
workforce as a CNC operator. Learn
to safely handle tools and equipment,
safely set up and operate manual
and CNC metal-forming machines,
interpret engineering drawings, apply
geometric dimensioning, and use
basic CAD software.
Career Opportunities:
Machine operator, pre-employment
to other fabrication positions, quality
assurance inspector
rrc.ca/pmm
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $1,500-$2,000/YEAR
REFRIGERATION AND AIR
CONDITIONING TECHNICIAN
TUITION: $2,500-$3,000
OTHER FEES: 0-$500
TUITION: $2,500-$3,000
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 43
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000
PLUMBING
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 43
TUITION: $4,000-$4,500/YEAR
D
C
Develop the knowledge and skills to
install and repair piping systems in
residential and commercial buildings.
Study the installation of water and
waste disposal systems, lay out sanitary
drainage, and learn about rigging and
material handling with an emphasis on
efficient and safe work practices.
Career Opportunities:
Contracting: plumbing, heating, fire
systems, industrial maintenance,
technical sales, project estimator,
building inspector
rrc.ca/plm
Learn the skills required for the
safe and efficient operation of
process equipment in residential,
institutional, commercial and industrial
establishments, with a focus on
power plant operation. Graduates will
challenge the Province of Manitoba
licensing exams at the Fourth and
Third Class levels. Students who gain
additional work experience may also
qualify to attempt Part ‘A’ of the
Standardized Second Class exams.
Career Opportunities:
Industrial plants, commercial and
public buildings
rrc.ca/pet
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 43
C
Learn to install, service and repair
residential, commercial and industrial
heating, ventilation, air conditioning
and refrigeration equipment. Gain
theoretical and practical knowledge of
refrigeration systems, air conditioning,
piping, welding and electrical
wiring, with an emphasis on safety
regulations.
Career Opportunities:
Refrigeration and air conditioning
service, retail sales, service technician,
salesperson
rrc.ca/air
C
Develop the skills and knowledge
to perform the oxyacetylene, arc,
tungsten inert gas, and metal inert
gas welding processes and related
operations. Grads receive an RRC
certificate and a student Canadian
Welding Bureau (CWB) ticket.
Career Opportunities:
Aircraft maintenance, farm equipment
manufacturing, heavy equipment
repairs, highway construction,
northern mines and hydroelectric
power plants
rrc.ca/wld
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LEGEND
PROGRAM LENGTH
Less than 1 year
1 year
2 years
3 years
4 years
PROGRAM TYPE
C Certificate
D Diploma
A Advanced Diploma
Degree
Joint Degree
TRANSPORTATION TECHNOLOGY
LEARNING OPTIONS
Co-op Education
AEROSPACE MANUFACTURING
AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ENGINEER
AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN - CERTIFICATE
TUITION: $3,500-$4,000
TUITION: $5,000-$5,500/YEAR
TUITION: $4,000-$4,500
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: 0-$500
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: YEAR 1 - 0-$500
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 44
OTHER FEES (TOOLS): $1,500-$2,000
OTHER FEES (TOOLS): $500-$1,000
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 44
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 44
C
Developed by Boeing Canada, Bristol
Aerospace and RRC, this program
prepares you for a career as a skilled
production worker in the area of
aerospace composite manufacturing.
Career Opportunities:
Repair or manufacture composite
structure
rrc.ca/aer
D
Prepare for a career servicing
and maintaining both large and
small airplanes and helicopters.
This program is Transport Canadaapproved to provide basic training
towards an Aircraft Maintenance
Engineer “M” License, and meets
the accreditation requirements of
Canadian Aviation Regulations.
Career Opportunities:
Passenger and cargo air carriers, air
charter companies, flight schools,
and nationally approved Aircraft
Maintenance Organizations
rrc.ca/ame
C
Develop the knowledge and skills
required to disassemble, inspect,
machine, calibrate and reassemble
motor vehicle units and components.
Study internal combustion engines,
automatic and standard transmissions,
brakes, steering, electrical circuits,
wiring and fuel systems.
Laptop Required
Work Experience
Practicum
International
Education
ENTRY DATE
Fall
Spring
Winter
LOCATION
Notre Dame Campus
Career Opportunities:
Service stations, dealerships, specialty
automotive shops, automotive
technician, electrical/electronics
technician
Roblin Centre
rrc.ca/atc
University of Winnipeg
Paterson GlobalFoods Institute
Stevenson Campus
Language Training Centre
University of Manitoba
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AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN - DIPLOMA
COLLISION REPAIR AND REFINISHING
TUITION: $4,000-$4,500
INTRODUCTION TO AIRCRAFT
MAINTENANCE ENGINEER
RAILWAY CONDUCTOR
TUITION: $3,500-$4,000
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: 0-$500
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: 0-$500
TUITION: $4,000-$4,500
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: 0-$500
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 44
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 44
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: 0-$500
OTHER FEES: 0-$500¹
OTHER FEES (TOOLS): $1,500
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 44
D
C
A combination of classroom
instruction and work experience
supplements the Automotive
Technician certificate program while
preparing you to work in the electronic
technician field.
Gain a basic working knowledge of
all areas of metalworking and spray
painting. Develop the skills and
knowledge to repair damaged vehicles,
including all phases of autobody repair
and painting.
Career Opportunities:
Service stations, dealerships,
automotive shops, automotive
technician, electrical/electronics
technician
Career Opportunities:
Collision repair centres, insurance/
claim centres, autobody technician,
insurance claims adjuster
rrc.ca/crr
rrc.ca/ime
¹ HEALTH AND DENTAL PLAN
HEAVY DUTY EQUIPMENT MECHANIC
OUTDOOR POWER EQUIPMENT
TECHNICIAN
TUITION: $3,500-$4,000
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $1,000-$1,500
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: 0-$500
OTHER FEES (TOOLS): $1,500-$2,000
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 44
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 44
C
Develop the trade skills and knowledge
to refinish damaged vehicles by
safely performing repairs and
restoring them to their pre-accident
condition. Program covers minor panel
replacement, interior and exterior
trim, molding removal and installation,
proper methods of substrate
preparation and refinishing, and repair
estimations.
Take this entry-level program
to develop the knowledge and
skills required to perform routine
maintenance and repairs to vehicle
systems and components. Learn to
adjust, service and repair a variety of
heavy mobile equipment, including
diesel-powered vehicles used in
construction, agricultural or highway
transportation.
Career Opportunities:
Autobody preppers, paint technicians,
paint estimators, shop management,
jobber and manufacturer paint
representatives, factory or assembly
Career Opportunities:
Agriculture, construction, transport,
heavy-duty mechanic
rrc.ca/col
C
Acquire the knowledge and skills to
work in the railway industry as part
of a train crew in road or yard service.
Learn about switching and marshalling
cars, transporting dangerous goods,
performing inspections, copying
authorities and keeping records. Gain
hands-on experience through the
program’s practicum component.
TUITION: $3,000-$3,500
C
C
Gain the knowledge and skills
required for entry-level employment
in the aircraft maintenance industry,
including training required for a career
maintaining airplanes and helicopters.
Credit can be transferred to RRC’s
Aircraft Maintenance Journeyperson
program (Apprenticeship Level 1).
rrc.ca/atd
COLLISION REFINISHING
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 44
TUITION: $10,500-$11,000
rrc.ca/hde
TUITION: $4,000-$4,500
BOOKS/SUPPLIES: $500-$1,000
OTHER FEES (TOOLS): $500-$1,000
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: PG. 44
C
Learn to service and repair lawn
and garden equipment, chainsaws,
snow throwers, outboard motors,
snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles and
motorcycles. Curriculum includes shop
practices, precision measuring, repair
and maintenance, as well as two threeweek work placements.
Career Opportunities:
Power equipment dealers, repair
shops, power equipment service and
repair
rrc.ca/out
rrc.ca/rai
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Admission Requirements
English Language Proficiency Requirements
Mature Student Admission Requirements
English is the language of instruction at Red River College. Applicants are
responsible for a level of English proficiency that is sufficient to participate in all
aspects of College study, including lectures, practicum placements, reading, writing
and discussion.
If you are 19 years of age or older and have been out of high school for a minimum
of one year at time of application, and you do not meet the regular admission
requirements, you may apply under the Mature Student admission requirements.
Mature Student admission requirements may include specific requirements. See
your program’s admission requirements at rrc.ca/catalogue for details.
If you completed your education outside of Canada or the United States,
you must submit results of an English language proficiency assessment (ELPA)
along with your program application and proof of permanent residency. Examples of
ELPAs are CanTEST, Canadian Language Benchmark exit levels from EAL programs,
IELTS, TOEFL, etc. After meeting the College’s English language proficiency
requirements you will receive a written request to submit your international
credentials for assessment. Assessing ELPAs and international credentials usually
adds time to the admissions process, so please ensure you submit your application
well in advance of your program’s start date. For more information, visit
rrc.ca/credentials
PROGRAM NAME
Program Progression Requirements
Upon acceptance into the program but prior to registration into your clinical/
practicum placement(s) and progression to Term 2, you will be required to submit
additional documentation.
For the most up-to- date and complete admission requirement information, please
refer to our website rrc.ca/catalogue
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS (REQUIRED WITHIN 30 DAYS OF APPLICATION DATE)
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
(REQUIRED AFTER 30 DAYS)
MATURE
STUDENT
ADMISSION
REQUIREMENTS
PROGRAM
PROGRESSION
REQUIREMENTS
ACADEMIC PREPARATION AND ESSENTIAL SKILLS
ACCESS Aircraft Maintenance and
Manufacturing
rrc.ca/amm
Preferences given to applicants with Indigenous ancestry, immigrants,
and single parents / High school diploma / Supplemental Form
Interview
ACCESS Business Administration
Integrated
rrc.ca/aba
Preferences given to applicants with Indigenous ancestry, immigrants,
and single parents / Grade 10 with specific course requirements /
Supplemental Form
Interview
•
ACCESS Civil Engineering Technology
rrc.ca/aen
Preferences given to applicants with Indigenous ancestry, immigrants,
and single parents / Application Deadline / Grade 12 with specific
course requirements / Supplemental Form
Interview
•
ACCESS Nursing
rrc.ca/anr
Preferences given to applicants with Indigenous ancestry, immigrants,
and single parents / Must be a Manitoba Resident / Grade 10 with
specific course requirements / 19 years of age or older / Out of high
school / Supplemental Form / Assessment Tests
Interview
Grade 11
rrc.ca/g11
Grade 10
Grade 12
rrc.ca/g12
Grade 11
Academic English Program for University and
College Entrance
rrc.ca/aep
Proof of adequate English Language Proficiency
Communication for Apprenticeship and Trades
rrc.ca/cat
Proof of adequate English Language Proficiency
•
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PROGRAM NAME
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS (REQUIRED WITHIN 30 DAYS OF APPLICATION DATE)
Communication for Business and Finance
rrc.ca/cbf
Proof of adequate English Language Proficiency
Communication for Health Professions
rrc.ca/chp
Proof of adequate English Language Proficiency
Communication for Internationally Educated
Health Professionals
rrc.ca/cie
Proof of adequate English Language Proficiency
Communication for Professionals
rrc.ca/cfp
Proof of adequate English Language Proficiency
Communication for Technical Professions
rrc.ca/ctp
Proof of adequate English Language Proficiency
Communication for the Nursing Profession
rrc.ca/cnp
Proof of adequate English Language Proficiency
Intensive English as an Additional Language
rrc.ca/iea
Proof of adequate English Language Proficiency
Intensive English for International Students
rrc.ca/iei
Proof of adequate English Language Proficiency
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
(REQUIRED AFTER 30 DAYS)
MATURE
STUDENT
ADMISSION
REQUIREMENTS
PROGRAM
PROGRESSION
REQUIREMENTS
BUSINESS
Administrative Assistant
rrc.ca/ada
Grade 12 with specific course requirements
•
Applied Accounting
rrc.ca/app
Grade 12
•
Business Administration
rrc.ca/bus
Grade 12 with specific course requirements
•
Business Administration Integrated
rrc.ca/bai
Grade 10 with specific course requirements
•
Commerce Industry Sales and Marketing
rrc.ca/cis
Grade 12
•
General Insurance
rrc.ca/gic
Grade 12 with specific course requirements
•
Health Information Management
rrc.ca/him
Grade 12 with specific course requirements
International Business
rrc.ca/int
Diploma or Degree / Resume
Legal Assistant
rrc.ca/laa
Grade 12 with specific course requirements
Technology Management
rrc.ca/tch
Diploma or Degree
Essay / Information
Session
•
•
•
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PROGRAM NAME
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS (REQUIRED WITHIN 30 DAYS OF APPLICATION DATE)
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
(REQUIRED AFTER 30 DAYS)
American Sign Language - English
Interpretation
rrc.ca/asl
Application Deadline / Deaf Studies Certificate / Letter of intent
Diagnostic English
Assessment / Portfolio /
Interview
Child and Youth Care
rrc.ca/cyc
Grade 12 with specific course requirements / 19 years of age or older /
Supplemental Form
Supplemental Form
/ Volunteer or
Work Experience /
Information Session
Deaf Studies
rrc.ca/def
Grade 12 with specific course requirements / Signing Course /
Supplemental Form
Disability and Community Support
rrc.ca/dis
Grade 12 with specific course requirements / Supplemental Form
Early Childhood Education
rrc.ca/ech
MATURE
STUDENT
ADMISSION
REQUIREMENTS
PROGRAM
PROGRESSION
REQUIREMENTS
COMMUNITY SERVICES
•
•
•
•
Supplemental Form /
Letters of reference /
Reading Skills Test
•
•
Must be a Manitoba resident / Grade 12 with specific course
requirements / Supplemental Form
Recent Volunteer or
Work Experience /
Supplemental Forms /
Letters of reference /
Reading Skills Test
•
•
Early Childhood Education Workplace
rrc.ca/ecw
Must be a Manitoba resident / Grade 12 with specific course
requirements / Supplemental Form
Supplemental Forms /
Reading Skills Test /
Current employment in
industry
•
•
Library and Information Technology
rrc.ca/lit
Application Deadline / Grade 12 with specific course requirements /
Supplemental Form
Essay / Reading Skills
Assessment Test
•
•
Therapeutic Recreation Facilitator for Older
Adults
rrc.ca/rec
Grade 12 with specific course requirements / Supplemental Form
•
•
COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY
Business Information Technology
rrc.ca/bit
Grade 12
Academic Readiness
Assessment /
Information Session
•
Business Technology Management
rrc.ca/btm
Grade 12
Information Session
•
Electronic and Network Technician
rrc.ca/ent
Grade 12 with specific course requirements
Introduction to Business Information
Technology
rrc.ca/ibt
Grade 12
Network Technology (CCNA)
rrc.ca/nta
Grade 12 with specific course requirements
•
Network Technology (CCNP) - Certificate
rrc.ca/ntc
Grade 12 with specific course requirements / CISCO Certified Network
Associate (CCNA) Certification
•
Network Technology (CCNP) - Diploma
rrc.ca/ntd
RRC’s Electronic and Network Technician program
•
•
Information Session
•
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PROGRAM NAME
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS (REQUIRED WITHIN 30 DAYS OF APPLICATION DATE)
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
(REQUIRED AFTER 30 DAYS)
3D Computer Graphics
rrc.ca/3dg
Application Deadline / Relevant diploma degree, or work experience
Portfolio
Creative Communications
rrc.ca/cre
Application Deadline / Grade 12
Entrance Test / Take
Home Assignment /
Portfolio / Interview
•
Digital Media Design
rrc.ca/dmd
Application Deadline / Grade 12 with specific course requirements
Portfolio of Art Work /
Information Session
•
Graphic Design
rrc.ca/gde
Application Deadline / Grade 12 with specific course requirements
Portfolio / Information
Session
•
Graphic Design - Advanced
rrc.ca/gda
Application Deadline / Post-Secondary Requirement
Portfolio
Professional Photography
rrc.ca/pho
Grade 12 with specific course requirements
•
Residential Decorating
rrc.ca/dec
Grade 12 with specific course requirements
•
Business/Technology Teacher Education
rrc.ca/bte
Application Deadline / University of Winnipeg Entrance Requirements
•
Business/Technology Teacher Education Accelerated
rrc.ca/bta
Application Deadline / Bachelor of Education Degree / Letters of
reference / Supplemental Form
Business/Technology Teacher Education After Degree
rrc.ca/btd
Application Deadline / Undergraduate Degree
Educational Assistant
rrc.ca/eac
Grade 12
•
•
Industrial Arts/Technology Teacher Education
rrc.ca/iae
Application Deadline / University of Winnipeg Entrance Requirements
•
•
Industrial Arts/Technology Teacher Education Accelerated
rrc.ca/ita
Application Deadline / Bachelor of Education Degree / Letters of
reference / Supplemental Form
Industrial Arts/Technology Teacher Education After Degree
rrc.ca/itd
Application Deadline / Undergraduate Degree
Technical Vocational Teacher Education
rrc.ca/vte
Grade 12 / Training and Work Experience / Letters of reference /
Personal Resume / Supplemental Form
MATURE
STUDENT
ADMISSION
REQUIREMENTS
PROGRAM
PROGRESSION
REQUIREMENTS
CREATIVE ARTS
EDUCATION
•
Interview
•
•
Interview
•
•
Interview
ENGINEERING AND CAD TECHNOLOGY
Applied Environmental Studies
rrc.ca/aes
Must be a Manitoba Resident / Application Deadline / University of
Winnipeg Entrance Requirements
Civil Engineering Technology
rrc.ca/cet
Grade 12 with specific course requirements
•
•
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PROGRAM NAME
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS (REQUIRED WITHIN 30 DAYS OF APPLICATION DATE)
Construction Management
rrc.ca/con
Must be a Manitoba resident / Grade 12 with specific course
requirements
•
Electrical Engineering Technology
rrc.ca/eet
Grade 12 with specific course requirements or RRC’s Introduction to
Electrical Engineering Technology program
•
Geographic Information Systems Technology
rrc.ca/gis
Relevant Diploma or Degree
Introduction to Electrical Engineering
Technology
rrc.ca/iee
Grade 12 with specific course requirements
•
Manufacturing Computer Aided Drafting (CAD)
rrc.ca/cad
Grade 12 with specific course requirements
•
Mechanical Engineering Technology
rrc.ca/met
Grade 12 with specific course requirements
•
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
(REQUIRED AFTER 30 DAYS)
MATURE
STUDENT
ADMISSION
REQUIREMENTS
PROGRAM
PROGRESSION
REQUIREMENTS
HEALTH SCIENCES
Diagnostic Test /
Information Session
•
Animal Health Technology
rrc.ca/aht
Must be a Manitoba resident / Grade 12 with specific course
requirements / Recent Volunteer or Work Experience
Applied Biology
rrc.ca/bio
University of Winnipeg Entrance Requirements
Applied Chemistry
rrc.ca/chm
University of Winnipeg Entrance Requirements
Bridging Program for Internationally Educated
Nurses
rrc.ca/bpn
Letter of Support from CRNM / Supplemental Form
Dental Assisting
rrc.ca/den
Must be a Manitoba resident / Grade 12 with specific course
requirements / Up to date and completed Immunizations
Information Session
Diagnostic Cardiac Sonography Echocardiography
rrc.ca/dia
Must be a Manitoba resident / Application Deadline / Diploma or
Degree / Up to date and complete Immunizations / Professional
Questionnaire / Supplemental Forms / Standard First Aid and CPR with
AED Level C
Occupational
Familiarization / Letters
of reference / Interview
•
Diagnostic Medical Sonography - Ultrasound
rrc.ca/ult
Must be a Manitoba resident / Application Deadline / Post-Secondary
Courses, Diploma or Degree / Up to date and completed Immunizations
/ Professional Questionnaire / Supplemental Forms / Standard First Aid
and CPR with AED Level C
Occupational
Familiarization / Letters
of reference / Interview
•
Health Care Aide
rrc.ca/hca
Must be a Manitoba resident / Grade 12 with specific course
requirements / English Skills Assessment / Up to date and completed
Immunizations / Supplemental Form
Health Unit Clerk
rrc.ca/huc
Must be a Manitoba resident / Grade 12 / Proof of adequate English
Language Proficiency / Up to date and completed Immunizations /
Supplemental Form
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and
Spectroscopy
rrc.ca/mri
Relevant Diploma or Degree / Up to date and completed Immunizations
/ Supplemental Form
•
Supplemental Form
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PROGRAM NAME
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS (REQUIRED WITHIN 30 DAYS OF APPLICATION DATE)
Medical Device Reprocessing Technician
rrc.ca/mdr
Grade 12 / Proof of adequate English Language Proficiency / Up to date
and completed Immunizations / Supplemental Form
Medical Laboratory Sciences
rrc.ca/mls
Must be a Manitoba resident / Post-Secondary Requirements / Up to
date and completed Immunizations / Supplemental Form
Occupational
Familiarization /
Standard First Aid and
CPR with AED Level C
•
Medical Radiologic Technology
rrc.ca/mrt
Must be a Manitoba resident / Post-Secondary Requirements / Up to
date and completed Immunizations / Supplemental Form
Information Session
/ Occupational
Familiarization /
Standard First Aid and
CPR with AED Level C
•
Nursing
rrc.ca/nur
Must be a Manitoba Resident / Grade 12 with specific course
requirements or Post Secondary Education / Human Anatomy and
Physiology Course(s) / English Skills Assessment / Up to date and
completed Immunizations / Supplemental Form / Basic Life Support for
Health Care Providers Level C, with AED
Occupational Health and Safety
rrc.ca/ohs
Grade 12 with specific course requirements
Paramedicine - Advanced Care Paramedicine
rrc.ca/acp
Must be a Manitoba resident / Paramedicine Education / Resume
/ Letters of reference / Up to date and completed Immunizations /
Supplemental Form
Paramedicine - Primary Care Paramedicine
rrc.ca/pcp
Must be a Manitoba resident / Grade 12 with specific course
requirements / Up to date and completed Immunizations / Drivers
License / Paramedic Physical Fitness Assessment / Supplemental Form
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
www.rrc.ca/phm
Grade 12 with specific course requirements
QA/QC in the Pharmaceutical Industry
rrc.ca/qac
Relevant Diploma or Degree
Science Laboratory Technology
rrc.ca/slt
Grade 12 with specific course requirements
•
Culinary Arts
rrc.ca/cul
Must be a Manitoba resident / Grade 12 with specific course
requirements
•
Hospitality and Tourism Management
rrc.ca/htm
Grade 12 with specific course requirements
•
Professional Baking and Patisserie
rrc.ca/bak
Must be a Manitoba resident / Grade 12 with specific course
requirements
•
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
(REQUIRED AFTER 30 DAYS)
MATURE
STUDENT
ADMISSION
REQUIREMENTS
PROGRAM
PROGRESSION
REQUIREMENTS
•
•
•
•
Basic Life Support
(BLS) for Health Care
Providers (C)
•
HOSPITALITY
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PROGRAM NAME
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS (REQUIRED WITHIN 30 DAYS OF APPLICATION DATE)
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
(REQUIRED AFTER 30 DAYS)
Aboriginal Program for College Enrichment and
Transition
rrc.ca/aet
Preference given to applicants with Indigenous
ancestry / Grade 12 with specific course requirements / Supplemental
Form / Academic Readiness Assessment
Information Session
•
Aboriginal Self-government
Administration
rrc.ca/asg
Preference given to applicants with Indigenous
ancestry / Grade 12 with specific course requirements / Supplemental
Form / Academic Readiness Assessment
Information Session
•
Community Development/Community
Economic Development
rrc.ca/ced
Grade 12 with specific course requirements / Supplemental Form /
Letters of reference
Information Session
/ Degrees of Reading
Power (DRP)
Assessment
•
Computer Applications for Business
rrc.ca/cab
Preference given to applicants with Indigenous
ancestry / Grade 12 with specific course requirements / Supplemental
Form
Academic Readiness
Assessment
•
Introduction to Trades
rrc.ca/itr
Aboriginal Ancestry / Grade 12 with specific course requirements /
Supplemental Form
Information Session
•
MATURE
STUDENT
ADMISSION
REQUIREMENTS
PROGRAM
PROGRESSION
REQUIREMENTS
INDIGENOUS EDUCATION
•
SKILLED TRADES
Cabinetry and Woodworking Technology
rrc.ca/cww Certificate
rrc.ca/cwt Diploma
Grade 12 with specific course requirements
•
Carpentry
rrc.ca/car
Must be a Manitoba resident / Grade 12 with specific course
requirements
•
Electrical
rrc.ca/elc
Must be a Manitoba resident / Grade 12 with specific course
requirements
•
Greenspace Horticulture
rrc.ca/gre (Certificate)
rrc.ca/grh (Diploma)
Grade 12 with specific course requirements
•
Manufacturing Technician
rrc.ca/mfg
Grade 12 with specific course requirements
•
Plumbing
rrc.ca/plm
Must be a Manitoba resident / Grade 12 with specific course
requirements
•
Power Engineering - 5th Class
rrc.ca/pow
Grade 12 with specific course requirements
•
Power Engineering Technology
rrc.ca/pet
Must be a Manitoba resident / Grade 12 with specific course
requirements
•
Precision Metal Machining
rrc.ca/pmm
Grade 12 with specific course requirements
•
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technician
rrc.ca/air
Must be a Manitoba resident / Grade 12 with specific course
requirements
•
Welding
rrc.ca/wld
Must be a Manitoba resident / Grade 12 with specific course
requirements
•
•
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PROGRAM NAME
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS (REQUIRED WITHIN 30 DAYS OF APPLICATION DATE)
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
(REQUIRED AFTER 30 DAYS)
MATURE
STUDENT
ADMISSION
REQUIREMENTS
PROGRAM
PROGRESSION
REQUIREMENTS
TRANSPORTATION TECHNOLOGY
•
Aerospace Manufacturing
rrc.ca/aer
Grade 12 with specific course requirements
Aircraft Maintenance Engineer
rrc.ca/ame
High school diploma
Automotive Technician - Certificate
rrc.ca/atc
Must be a Manitoba resident / Grade 12 with specific course
requirements
•
Automotive Technician - Diploma
rrc.ca/atd
Must be a Manitoba resident / Grade 12 with specific course
requirements or RRC’s Automotive Technician Certificate or Heavy
Duty Equipment Mechanic Certificate program
•
Collision Refinishing
rrc.ca/col
Grade 12 with specific course requirements
•
Collision Repair and Refinishing
rrc.ca/crr
Must be a Manitoba resident / Grade 12 with specific course
requirements
•
Heavy Duty Equipment Mechanic
rrc.ca/hde
Must be a Manitoba resident / Grade 12 with specific course
requirements
•
Introduction to Aircraft Maintenance Engineer
rrc.ca/ime
High school diploma
Outdoor Power Equipment Technician
rrc.ca/out
Must be a Manitoba resident / Grade 12 with specific course
requirements
•
Railway Conductor
rrc.ca/rai
Grade 12 with specific course requirements / Information Session /
Interview / Supplemental Form
•
Canadian Adult
Achievement
Test (CAAT) Level
C or Aerospace
Manufacturing
and Maintenance
Orientation Program
(AMMOP) Certificate
Declaration of Waiver
The information in this brochure is accurate as of September 2016. The College does its best to
update program information regularly so that applicants are not inconvenienced; however, changes
do occur on occasion.
Therefore, after September 2016, the College reserves the right to modify or cancel any program,
process or procedure without notice or prejudice. Please visit our website at rrc.ca/catalogue for
complete and up-to-date program information.
For the most up-to- date and complete admission requirement information, please refer to our website rrc.ca
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Tuesday, February 21, 2017
11am - 2pm and 5pm - 8pm
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
9am - 2pm
At Red River College’s
Open House, students can:
• LearnaboutRRCprogramsandcampuslife
• Exploreresidence
• MeetwithInstructorsandAcademicAdvisors
• VisitourStudentServicesShowcase
Notre Dame Campus | Exchange District Campus | Stevenson Campus
rrc.ca/openhouse
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STUDENT SERV I CE CE N TR ES
R EG I O NA L CA M P U S ES
OT HER CAM PU SES
SOCIAL MEDIA
Notre Dame Campus
D101–2055 Notre Dame Ave.
Winnipeg, MB R3H 0J9
Interlake Campus
Tel: 204.785.5328,
Toll-free: 1.866.706.5833
825 Manitoba Ave.
Selkirk, MB R1A 0Z3
rrc.ca/interlake
Language Training Centre
Tel: 204.945.6151
300-123 Main St.
Winnipeg, MB R3C 1A3
rrc.ca/ltc
Blogs
news.rrc.ca
Exchange District Campus
P104–160 Princess St.
Winnipeg, MB R3B 1K9
Tel: 204.632.2327
Toll-free: 1.800.903.7707
register@rrc.ca
rrc.ca/studentservicecentres
STUDENT SUPP O RTS
Indigenous Students
Jaime Richard
Tel: 204.632.2483
jrichard@rrc.ca
Monica Morin
Tel: 204.631.3361
momorin@rrc.ca
Toll-free: 1.800.903.7707
rrc.ca/indigenoussupport
International Students
Tel: 204.632.2143
Toll-free: 1.800.903.7707
rrc.ca/international
Diversity and Intercultural Services
Tel: 204.949.8393
rrc.ca/diversity
Peguis-Fisher River Campus
Tel: 204.645.4179
Toll-free: 1.866.706.5833
P.O. 598
Peguis, MB R0C 3JO
rrc.ca/interlake
Stevenson Campus
Toll-free: 1.866.706.5833
2280 Saskatchewan Ave.
Winnipeg, MB R3J 3Y9
rrc.ca/stevenson
CA M P U S TO U R S
Portage Campus
Tel: 204.856.1914
32-5th St. SE
Portage la Prairie, MB R1N 1J2
rrc.ca/portage
Tours available at Notre Dame Campus,
Exchange District Campus, and
Stevenson Campus.
rrc.ca/campustour
Steinbach Campus
Tel: 204.320.2500
Unit 2–385 Loewen Blvd.
Steinbach, MB R5G 0B3
rrc.ca/steinbach
R EC RU IT M E N T O F F IC E R S
Winkler Campus
Tel: 204.325.9672
100-561 Main St.
Winkler, MB R6W 1E8
rrc.ca/winkler
Tel: 204.632.2115
204.632.2402
recruitment@rrc.ca
rrc.ca/visitwithus
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