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This version of the Early Childhood Education program will no longer be accepting new students effective Fall 2021.

Please visit the new Early Childhood Education program webpage for the revised program. 

  • Two-year diploma
  • August entry date
  • Delivered at:
    • Notre Dame Campus, Winnipeg
    • Interlake Campus, Selkirk, Manitoba
    • Portage Campus, Portage la Prairie, Manitoba
    • Peguis-Fisher River Campus, Peguis, Manitoba
    • Steinbach Campus, Steinbach, Manitoba
    • Winkler Campus, Winkler, Manitoba
  • Practicum
  • Optional joint degree with University of Winnipeg
  • Credit transfer opportunities:
    • Athabasca University
    • Louis Riel and Seven Oaks School Divisions ECE Programs (high school credits)
    • University of Calgary
    • University of Manitoba
    • University of Victoria
  • International applicants please visit Academic Program, Dates and Fees for a listing of programs for international students, current availability and online application instructions
  • If you have a criminal record you may not be able to complete this program. If you are listed on a Child Abuse Registry you will not be able to complete this program. See Program Progression Requirements for more info

This program prepares you to provide quality childcare in the community. You will study practice based on:

  • A child-centred focus
  • Play-based curriculum
  • Child development
  • Guidance techniques
  • Communication skills
  • Family and community relations
  • Professionalism

An emergent curriculum approach building on the interests of children, and working closely with families and communities is emphasized.

Additionally, the program is based on the study of child development within a developmental health perspective. You will learn about current, exciting research in a number of interesting areas.

Upon successful completion of the program you will be able to competently plan learning experiences that stimulate the intellectual, physical, emotional, and social development of young children.

This program provides you with practical experience working with young children at a variety of children’s centres.

Prior to starting the program, you will be invited to attend a program information session. Although optional, it is highly recommended you attend. You may also be asked to participate in an individual interview.

Admission Requirements

Your Academic History
If your academic history includes any of the following, please visit My Education for important information: post-secondary studies at an institution other than Red River College Polytechnic; Modified (M), English as an Additional Language (E), or GED high school courses; or home schooling.


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Submission of required documentation indicating proof of completion of admission requirements is due within 30 days of applying unless otherwise noted in the program's admission requirements.

However, if you apply within 6 weeks of the program start date, admission requirements are due within 5 days of applying.

This program requires completion of an assessment.  We strongly advise you complete the assessment before applying to ensure you meet this program's required levels. If you choose to complete the assessment after applying and do not achieve the required levels, your application will be cancelled without refund. See Regular Admission Requirement 2 for more information.

Volunteer or employment experience in the early childhood education sector is not an admission requirement but may be helpful preparation for this program.

Regular Admission Requirements

  1. Grade 12
    • Submit proof of graduation from or enrolment in Grade 12, including one credit of:
      • Grade 12 English
    • If you provide proof of enrolment at time of application, your official final grades indicating successful completion must be submitted by July 15 for fall enrolment or by the deadline specified in your admission letter
    • If you are required to complete an English language assessment, do not submit your transcripts until requested to do so.  See Regular Admission Requirement 2 for more information.
  2. English Language Assessment or Academic Communication Assessment
    • ALL applicants must complete either an English Language Assessment or the Academic Communication Assessment
    • We strongly advise you complete the assessment before submitting your application to ensure you meet required levels
    • Assessment results must be dated no more than two years prior to your application date
    • Before applying, determine which assessment is appropriate for your situation by answering this question: 
      Have I successfully completed three years of full-time high school (secondary) education in Canada, the United States, or an English language requirement (ELR) exempt country where English was the language of instruction?
      • If YES:
      • If NO:
        • Before applying, successfully complete one of this program's approved English language assessments (ELA) at the required levels
        • After applying, submit your ELA results. Once we confirm you meet this program's English language requirements, we will request submission of your transcripts* for review.
      • If you completed all of your education in Canada, the United States, or an ELR exempt country in English but you did not graduate high school:
    • * If your transcripts are from the USA or an ELR exempt country, we will assess an International Credentials Assessment Fee to be paid before your transcripts will be reviewed.
    • Applicant Declaration for Check Documents Form

    Louis Riel and Seven Oaks School Divisions - High School Early Childhood Education (HSECE) Programs
    If you have successfully completed a HSECE program in the Louis Riel or Seven Oaks School Division, you are eligible for entry into Term 2 of this program. To qualify, you must meet the following admission requirements within 30 days of applying to RRC:

    • Submission of transcripts of your complete academic history indicating:
      • Successful completion of the HSECE program within the past 5 years
      • Minimum average grade of 65% in the HSECE program
      • Successful completion of the HSECE program practicum placement according to the ECE Practical Skills Assessment (PSA)
      • Successful completion of RRC’s Academic Communication Assessment or an approved English Language Assessment (Regular Admission Requirement 2 above)
    • Submission of an Applicant Declaration for Checks Document form (Regular Admission Requirement 3 above)

    University of Winnipeg (U of W) - Developmental Studies (DS) Courses
    If you have successfully completed a minimum of 30 credit hours of DS courses at the U of W, you may apply to this program as a Transfer Student. Upon admission to RRC's ECE program, you will start by completing the PRAC-2006 Practicum 2 course during Spring Intersession.  After successful completion of PRAC-2006, you will proceed to year 2 of the ECE program. To qualify, you must meet the following admission requirements within 30 days of applying to RRC:

    Mature Student Admission Requirements
    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.

    1. Grade 12 English
      • High school graduation is not required, but you must have successfully completed or be enrolled in:
        • One credit of Grade 12 English
      • If you provide proof of enrolment at time of application, your official final grades indicating successful completion must be submitted by July 15 for fall enrolment or by the deadline specified in your admission letter
      • If you are required to complete an English language assessment, do not submit your transcripts until requested to do so.  See Regular Admission Requirement 2 for more information.
    2. Meet Regular Admission Requirements 2 and 3

    Program Progression Requirements
    Program progression requirements are not due within 30 days of applying and should be submitted after you start classes.

    • Criminal Record and Child Abuse Checks
      • This program requires students to submit current original/official versions of one or more of the following checks:
        • Criminal Record Check (CRC)
        • Provincial Child Abuse Registry Check (CAR)
      • If you have a criminal record you may not be able to complete the program
      • If you are listed on the Provincial Child Abuse Registry you will not be able to complete the program
      • For details on this program's requirements, when to obtain and submit the documents, review the Applicant Declaration for Check Documents Form
      • These documents have expiration dates and should not be obtained prior to timeline indicated on the Applicant Declaration for Check Documents form
      • For general information on why RRC requires these checks and for links to check providers such as the Winnipeg Police, visit our Criminal Record Checks webpage
      • Submit your check documents to the RRC program contact listed on the Contact Information section of your program

    English Language Assessments

    English Language AssessmentMinimum Required Levels
    L - Listening, S - Speaking, R - Reading, W - WritingLSRW
    AEPUCE (Academic English Program of University and College Entrance )
    Requirement: Submission of a parchment (certificate) indicating successful completion of the AEPUCE program, including language levels achieved if available.
    CAEL and CAEL Online (Canadian Academic English Language)
    CLB (LINC) (Canadian Language Benchmark - Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada)
    Canadian Citizens: LINC programs are not available.
    CanTEST (Canadian Test of English for Scholars and Trainees)
    As of October 20, 2021 the RRC CanTEST is no longer offered at RRC Polytechnic. RRC Institutional CanTEST results dated within 2 years of your application date will still be accepted to meet English language proficiency requirements. Please note the Medical Laboratory Sciences (MLS)program requires the Official CanTEST (The RRC Institutional CanTEST will not be accepted)
    Duolingo (Duolingo English Test)


    There are no minimum required levels for L,S,R,W.

    Due to closures related to COVID-19, RRC is temporarily allowing applicants to provide Duolingo English Test results to meet RRC's English language requirements.

    Red River College will accept Duolingo assessments up to December 30, 2021. Beginning December 31, 2021 we will no longer accept Duolingo assessments to meet English language requirements.

    IELTS - Academic (International English Language Testing System)
    LSI (Language Studies International)
    PTE - Academic Online Assessment (Pearson Test of English)
    TOEFL-iBT (Test of English as a Foreign Language - internet Based Test)
    To meet the needs of students who are unable to take the TOEFL iBT® test at a test center due to public health concerns, ETS is temporarily offering the TOEFL iBT Special Home Edition test in selected areas.

    Who Should Enrol?

    Successful completion of the ECE Diploma Program requires a high level of motivation, organization, self discipline, and strong reading and study skills. As this is a demanding program, a strong ability in reading and writing English at the 40S level is recommended.

    As you must be capable of working with children for eight or more hours each day, you should be in good general health and have some prior experience with young children.

    All employees of early learning and child care centres are required by law to complete criminal record and child abuse registry checks to help ensure the safety of children.

    Locations, Dates and Fees

    Costs (estimates only; subject to change)

    Program/Student Fees
    Year 1
    Year 2
    Books and Supplies
    Year 1
    Year 2
    Program/Student Fees (International)
    Year 1
    Year 2

    Students may apply for financial assistance through the Manitoba Student Aid program. For general information on applying please call 204-945-6321 or 1-800-204-1685, or visit their website at www.manitobastudentaid.ca, which also includes an online application. For detailed information, please visit one of the RRC Polytech Student Service Centres or call 204-632-2327. Applicants requiring financial assistance should complete their student loan applications well in advance of the class start date.

    Red River College Polytechnic is a participating institution in the HigherEdPoints program. Through this program, students are able to convert Aeroplan® Miles and TD Points into funds to help cover their tuition. Family members and friends can also contribute to a student’s education by converting their loyalty points - anyone can donate their points to an individual student.

    Visit the HigherEdPoints website for more information about the program and/or to set up an account to convert your points.

    Program Outline

    Most of this program is delivered on a competency-based learning (CBL) basis. CBL is a modularized approach to learning that requires initiative on your part to plan a study schedule, complete requirements in a reasonable time, and manage your time effectively to meet deadlines.

    As this is a demanding program, a strong ability in reading and writing English at the 40S level is recommended. In addition, familiarity with computers and the internet and some biology experience would be helpful.

    Evaluations will take the form of tests, assignments, and practical skills assessments.

    Courses and Descriptions

    (Click the course name to view the description of the course)
    Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
    In addition to Transfer of Credit from a recognized post secondary institution, other RPL processes are available for RPL courses. Click here for more information. For courses with no RPL, please check www.rrc.ca/rpl for additional contact information.
    COMM-1158Interpersonal Communication
    More Information

    This course explores the complex styles of communication within various forms of relationships including discussion of self-image, perceptual differences, emotions and the impact of language. The course also addresses nonverbal communication and explores a variety of dynamics within relationships including effective listening, appropriate self-disclosure, defensiveness, assertiveness and managing conflict. Interpersonal communication with respect to cross-cultural, Indigenous and diverse perspectives are examined.

    ECED-1005Introduction to the Science of Early Child Development
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    In this online course, you will explore information from the resource The Science of Early Child Development – Introductory Edition. You will use readings, videos, links, interactive games and online discussions to gain basic knowledge of child development and links to practice. The course is delivered online over 9 weeks, with you doing the work where and when you like. There are weekly requirements but no scheduled classes.

    This course is for you if you:

    • Want or need to take an introductory 40 hour training course. For example, Child Care Assistants in Manitoba.[Note: If you are a CCA in MB you may be interested in the Manitoba training grant information.]
    • Are comfortable with and enjoy working at a computer (e.g., using email and the internet).
    • Have access to a computer with an internet connection at least 5 hours/week.
    • Have basic keyboarding skills and fluency in English.

    The textbook for this course is an online resource and you will be notified by email regarding access instructions.

    ECED-1023Academic Communication & DocumentationRPL
    More Information

    This course begins by explaining the importance of observation and documentation as essential tools to inform and guide early childhood practice. Students will conduct relevant and meaningful observations that document children’s learning. The course further explores written communication skills such as report writing. Finally the course examines the process of research, proper referencing methods, and literature review techniques.

    ECED-1025Diversity and Inclusion
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    This course provides an overview of the meaning and practice of diversity and inclusion in Early Childhood environments. This course begins with a discussion of inclusion in contemporary and historical perspectives, and considers the challenges and barriers to inclusiveness. The course continues with an exploration of the cultural dimensions of Canadian families in general and the importance of recognizing, respecting and reinforcing the culture of each child and family within the ECE setting. The course concludes with an examination of practice and inclusion in light of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, the UN Convention on the Rights of the Disabled and a discussion of the ethical obligations of the ECE.

    ECED-1027Guiding 1
    More Information

    This course begins with an examination of why and how to interact and communicate with children in a nurturing and respectful manner. The course continues with the discussion and application of positive guidance techniques and communication strategies that foster children's independence and self-regulation.

    ECED-1029Health and Well-being
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    Early Childhood Educators must be able to identify the physical, medical and health needs of children and know how to manage them. The Early Childhood Educator's role in health promotion includes ensuring nutritional needs are met and fostering healthy eating habits. Early Childhood Educators also have the responsibility to ensure that children in their care are safe. The promotion of children's safety means preventing injuries and identifying strategies to provide a safe yet challenging environment, as well as being prepared for emergencies.

    ECED-1032Play, Environments and Curriculum 1
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    This course upholds the "Power of Play" by examining the value and characteristics of play, identifying curriculum areas and describing play materials, equipment and supplies in early childhood environments. The course also begins the student's exploration of emergent curriculum by examining connections between observed children's behaviours and their underlying interests and play schemes.

    ECED-1035Child Development 1
    More Information

    Human development is an ongoing process from conception to death. This course describes the nature of development, theories of development and the development continuum. The course continues with prenatal development as well as infant/toddler and preschool stages of development. This course considers the three main domains of growth at each stage as well as factors that may influence development.

    ECED-1040Explore the Early Childhood Profession
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    This course examines topics that underpin the field of Early Childhood Education, including quality care, professionalism, ethics, and the evolution of the field.

    ECED-2014Partnerships in Early Childhood Education
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    Early Childhood Educators must be able to develop collaborative partnerships in many aspects of their work with families, other professionals, and social agencies. Recognition that a child's primary relationship is with the family, and developing an increasing awareness of families in today's society is essential. Utilizing effective communication is vital to developing relationships. Knowledge of community resources is important for Early Childhood Educators in their role supporting children, families and caregivers.

    ECED-2027Guiding 2
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    This course establishes the need to guide children in a way that promotes their confidence and positive social and emotional growth. Developing guiding strategies that encourage emotional expression and prosocial behaviours and providing opportunities for children to experience success and develop positive feelings about themselves will be an emphasis.

    ECED-2032Play, Environments and Curriculum 2
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    This course promotes the "Power of Planning" for play, environments and curriculum. This is achieved by examining theories of play, discussing environments that support children's play and learning, preparing planned experiences for children, and studying block play and the curriculum areas of drama and movement. The course continues the exploration and examination of the core concepts and processes of emergent programming.

    ECED-2035Child Development 2
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    This course describes development of children between the ages of 6 and 12 years. An introduction to issues affecting development and processes that are characteristic of the school age years are identified. Unique strategies and practices to support and care for school aged children in group situations are discerned and analyzed.

    ECED-3017Professional Behaviour in Early Childhood Education
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    This course covers the concept of professionalism and the Early Childhood Educator's role as a professional. It includes professional communication skills such as researching, writing, and formatting essays. The course also examines job seeking skills and career options for Early Childhood Educators.

    ECED-3019Mentorship, Advocacy and Community Building
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    This course provides students with knowledge and skills to help them grow as members of the Early Childhood Education and wider community. It explores the concepts of mentorship, advocacy and community building and the role of the Early Childhood Educator in each. It also examines social issues affecting community such as oppression. The latter part of the course will allow students to plan and implement a project in a related area of their interest.

    ECED-3027Guiding 3
    More Information

    Early Childhood Educators focus on providing guidance to encourage and support positive behaviour. When challenging behaviour does occur, the Early Childhood Educator needs to consider the factors that may contribute, be knowledgeable with regard to appropriate strategies and consider children's specific needs.

    ECED-3032Play, Environments and Curriculum 3
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    This course illustrates the "Power of Reflection and Collaboration" by examining the role of Early Childhood Educators in enhancing and extending children's play, environments and curriculum through reflection upon documentation and provision of meaningful responses. The student continues to practice key processes in emergent programming including social constructivism and co-research, as well as the evolution of planning. The study of curriculum areas is furthered through an examination of language and literacy, social studies and technology.

    ECED-3035Issues in Child Development
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    This course provides students with the opportunity to explore and analyze current research and study of early development and its impact on later life outcomes. This knowledge increases the Early Childhood Educator's ability to understand and support children's development.

    ECED-4032Play, Environments and Curriculum 4
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    This course integrates student learning and promotes the "Power of Putting It All Together." Concepts from previous courses converge and are used to formulate and generate emergent programming at a deeper reflective level. The student continues to examine the application of children and teachers working as co-researchers to create and document curriculum. The study of nature as a curriculum area is explored and described.

    PRAC-1037Practicum 1RPL
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    Working directly with children provides the opportunity to develop, practice, and improve skills. The student will apply basic early childhood education knowledge and practical skills.

    PRAC-2006Practicum 2RPL
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    Working directly with children provides the opportunity to develop, practice, and improve skills. Building upon skills developed in previous practica, the student will apply basic early childhood education knowledge and practical skills.

    PRAC-3013Practicum 3RPL
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    Working directly with children provides the opportunity to develop, practice, and improve skills. Building upon skills developed in previous practica, the student will apply basic early childhood education knowledge and practical skills.

    PRAC-3014Practicum 4RPL
    More Information

    Working directly with children provides the opportunity to develop, practice, and improve skills. Building upon skills developed in previous practica, the student will apply basic early childhood education knowledge and practical skills.


    CO-OP/Practicum Information

    This co-operative education program integrates classroom theory with related on-the-job training by alternating terms of academic study and practicums.

    Some of your learning time will be spent in practicum experiences at a variety of children's centres. Practicum placements range from one to six weeks. As the program progresses with each practicum, the extent of responsibilities will increase. During your off-campus training, you will be visited on a regular basis by your instructors who will offer guidance and evaluate your progress.

    Computer/Laptop Requirements

    Online learning is a critical component of course delivery in all Red River College programs. To ensure each student has the tools they need to achieve their academic goals, all Red River College students require, at minimum:

    1.  Off-campus access to a current computer with a webcam

    2.  A high speed internet connection

    • Recommended minimum speed: 10 mbps for download, 3 mbps for upload
    • Slower internet connection speeds may result in audio and video issues. Please keep in mind that if others in your home are using the same internet connection at the same time as you are, you may also experience audio and video issues.
    • Please refer to https://www.rrc.ca/future-students/computer-requirements/ for further information on Computer Requirements for Students.

    Please note that any anticipated costs are not included in Books and Supplies estimates.

    Transfer Credit Opportunities

    Transferring credits to other post-secondary institutions

    • Athabasca University
      Credits toward a Bachelor of Professional Arts, Human Services major

    • University of Calgary
      Graduates of this program will receive credit for the first two years of the U of C’s Bachelor of Community Rehabilitation (BCR) degree program.  However, the U of C may require additional courses be successfully completed prior to taking senior level courses.  In addition, a junior human science prerequisite course is required but can be completed after acceptance in the program. Please contact the U of C for more information.

    • University of Manitoba
      As a graduate of the two-year RRC Early Childhood Education diploma program, you can transfer 60 credit hours, equivalent to the first two years of a four-year degree, into Family Social Sciences at the University of Manitoba. In addition to attaining an ECE diploma from RRC, you will receive a Bachelor of Human Ecology. You must apply to both institutions and meet the admission requirements of both the RRC Early Childhood Education diploma program and the University of Manitoba.

    • University of Victoria
      Credits toward a Bachelor of Arts in Child and Youth Care

    Recognition of Prior Learning

    For information on RPL specific to this program, contact:

    Bev Snell
    Early Childhood Education
    Phone: 204-632-2151
    E-mail: bsnell@rrc.ca

    Other Information

    Early Childhood Education Program Options

    Full-time ECE Program
    You attend classes at the Notre Dame Campus and participate in a community practicum, Monday to Friday, from the end of August to the end of April.

    ECE Workplace Program
    If you have been employed for at least two years and are currently working in a centre, you can attend classes at the Notre Dame Campus two days while also working up to three days per week.

    School of Continuing Education
    This is a flexible, part-time studies option. Take one or more courses in the evenings, on weekends, or through distance education delivery.

    Regional Centres (Interlake, Portage la Prairie, Steinbach, and Winkler)
    Contact the Red River College campus in the community closest to you to discuss ECE course delivery.

    Joint Programs

    University of Winnipeg
    This is a joint four-year, full-time program where you earn the two-year RRC diploma in Early Childhood Education, as well as a three-year Bachelor of Arts in Developmental Studies, majoring in Child Development and Child Care, Stream C. You must apply to both institutions and meet the admission requirements of both the RRC Early Childhood Education diploma program and the University of Winnipeg. Graduates of this program can apply for an ECE III classification through Manitoba Family Services and Consumer Affairs.

    Graduate Employment Report

    Red River College Polytechnic surveys its graduates on an annual basis to collect data related to the graduates’ employment status, salary, occupation and skill use. In addition, graduates are asked to indicate their level of satisfaction regarding the education they received at Red River College Polytechnic.

    Visit www.rrc.ca/numbers/reports/graduate-satisfaction for graduate satisfaction and employment reports.

    Employment Potential

    Opportunities for employment have expanded as society's need for childcare increases. Currently, there is a significant shortage of trained ECEs in Manitoba. Graduates have found positions in daycare centres, nursery schools, infant care centres, family resource centres, and school-age programs. With experience and continuing education, some graduates may progress to positions of directors of children's centres.

    Note: As of October 1991, diploma status is required for classification as an Early Childhood Educator Level 2. Manitoba's provincial day care regulations stipulate that two-thirds of all staff in full-time Manitoba daycare centres must be at this level.

    To find out more about early childhood education as a career, contact:

    Manitoba Child Care Program

    Contact Information

    For general information about this program or how to apply, contact Enrolment Services at 204-632-2327.

    For detailed program information contact the appropriate individual/campus listed below. 

    Admitted students may submit their criminal record and abuse registry check documents by mail to the appropriate individual/campus.

    Full-Time Program - Winnipeg
    Sue Narozniak
    Academic Coordinator
    Red River College
    A310E - 2055 Notre Dame Campus
    Winnipeg, MB  R3H 0J9
    E-mail: snarozniak@rrc.ca

    Recognition of Prior Learning - Winnipeg
    Bev Snell
    Red River College
    A237F - 2055 Notre Dame Avenue
    Winnipeg, MB  R3H 0J9
    E-mail: bsnell@rrc.ca

    Continuing and Distance Education - Winnipeg
    E-mail: cde@rrc.ca

    Interlake and Peguis Fisher River Campuses
    Box 304
    825 Manitoba Avenue
    Selkirk, MB  R1A 1T0
    Toll-free: 1-866-946-3241
    Phone: 204-785-5328
    Fax: 204-482-7082
    E-mail: interlake@rrc.ca

    Portage Campus
    32 – 5th St. S.E.
    Portage la Prairie, MB R1N 1J2 
    Phone: 204-856-1914
    Fax: 204-856-1915
    E-mail: portage@rrc.ca

    Steinbach Campus
    Unit 2- 385 Loewen Blvd.
    Steinbach, MB R5G 0B3
    Phone: 204-320-2500
    Fax: 204-346-0178
    E-mail: steinbach@rrc.ca

    Winkler Campus
    100-561 Main Street
    Winkler, MB R6W 1E8 
    Phone: 204-325-9672
    Fax: 204-325-4947
    E-mail: winkler@rrc.ca

    Advisory Committee

    Advisory committees provide a vital link between the community at large and the College's Board of Governors, administration, faculty, and students.

    Members of the Early Childhood Education program advisory committee are selected for their expertise in early childhood education and their knowledge of the market or community needs.

    College Support Services

    Red River College Polytechnic is committed to student success and provides valuable support services to assist in helping students make the most of their time at RRC Polytech.

    Visit www.rrc.ca/supports for more information.

    Academic Advising Service
    Our academic advising service can provide information about our full-time programs, explain program admission requirements, and help you select the right program to meet your career and academic goals. We can also connect you with helpful people, resources, and supports.
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