* Tuition subject to change without notice. Textbooks are not included in tuition.
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You must meet all academic requirements to be accepted to the program.
The BC Health Authorities require you to be up-to-date on your vaccinations. For questions about immunizations please contact Immunize BC, your doctor, or a community health centre.
Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Screening
A satisfactory Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Screening is required for practicum.
Documents must be scanned; pictures will not be accepted.
The program consists of 12 courses that include a combination of theory and practice-related exercises before you participate in a 150-hour hospital practicum.
Students complete a 150-hour practicum at the end of their program that provides a meaningful work-like experience and exposure to a hospital setting. To qualify for practicum, you must successfully complete all courses within the program.
Your practicum placements will reflect the business practices of your practicum host. Many nursing unit clerks work part-time hours and varying shift schedules, so your practicum shifts will reflect the schedule of the host you are paired with.
While CE tries to place students near their city of residence, we cannot guarantee a practicum placement in a particular city. For example, students who live outside of the Fraser Valley, may need to travel to the Fraser Valley to complete their practicum. Transportation to the practicum site is your responsibility.
You will receive one practicum site placement. If you refuse your assigned practicum site, you will need to find your own site and obtain departmental approval prior to the start of your practicum.
Please discuss any barriers that may affect your practicum assignment with Continuing Education immediately after registration.
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