FULL-TIME | WINNIPEG LOCATIONS MEDRF-DP Medical Radiologic Technology

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Overview

This program will run in its current format for the August 2020 start date. Please review the admission requirements and submit your application as soon as you can meet the requirements and related deadlines. Please note the design and delivery of this program are currently under review, and changes are expected for the August 2021 start date. Changes will be posted on this website.

  • Two-year diploma
  • August entry date
  • Annual application deadline: January 15
  • Notre Dame Campus in Winnipeg and several clinical training hospitals
  • Clinical work experience   
  • Graduates are eligible to challenge the national exams of the CAMRT 
  • Due to high demand, this funded program is open to Manitoba residents only. Applications received from non-Manitoba residents for this program will be cancelled and the application fee will not be refunded.
  • If you have a criminal record you may not be able to complete this program. If you are listed on a Child Abuse Registry or Adult Abuse Registry you will not be able to complete this program. See Program Progression Requirements for more information. 
  • Learn about this program by ATTENDING AN INFORMATION SESSION. The session is approximately 60-90 minutes and will cover general program information, admission requirements, and how to apply. Sign up for a session that best fits your schedule.

Description
Medical Radiologic (or x-ray) technologists produce images of a body part or system using equipment that emits x-rays. This program develops the skills required to perform diagnostic/interventional imaging procedures using ionizing radiation and diagnostic imaging equipment.

The profession of radiological technologist involves a broad variety of procedures and covers a number of specialties including:

  • General radiography, i.e., x-rays of the chest, bones, joints, gastrointestinal studies, and spine
  • Mammography to detect breast cancer in its earliest stages
  • Angiography to examine the heart, blood vessels, and blood flow
  • Fluoroscopy, i.e., real-time images that show movement
  • Computerized tomography (CT scans), i.e., detailed cross-sectional images of the body

As part of their professional duty, technologists:

  • Explain the procedure to patients
  • Answer questions as fully as possible
  • Contribute to patient education
  • Comfort patients and provide emotional support
  • Position patients and equipment correctly
  • Ensure patients, staff, and visitors are protected from radiation
  • Monitor patients during the procedure
  • Assist the radiologist for angiographs and interventional procedures
  • Operate the equipment

The radiologist, a doctor who specializes in interpreting x-rays, studies the images and dispenses advice that helps the treating physician make a diagnosis and prescribe an appropriate course of treatment to the patient.

Radiological technologists make up about 80% of the 10,000 members represented by the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT). Visit www.camrt.ca for more information.

This program has been recognized by the Canadian Forces. Visit http://cfo-oafc.accc.ca/search.php for recognition information.


Admission Requirements

If your academic history includes any of the following, please visit me.rrc.mb.ca/Catalogue/Information/MyEducation for important information: post-secondary studies at an institution other than Red River College; Modified (M), English as an Additional Language (E), or GED high school courses; or home schooling.
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS ARE DUE WITHIN 30 DAYS OF APPLYING (unless otherwise noted below).

Your application will be cancelled without a refund of the non-refundable/non-transferable application fee if you apply:

  • While still enrolled in the academic requirements listed in 1, 2, and 3 and cannot submit proof of successful completion within 30 days of applying
  • Before completing admission requirements 4, 5 and 6 and therefore cannot submit proof of completion within 30 days of applying

This is a special selection program. Offers of admittance will be made based on Multiple Mini Interviews results in descending order until all available seats are filled. Therefore, not all applicants who meet admission requirements will be offered a seat. Applicants who meet admission requirements but do not receive an offer of admittance may reapply for a future academic year by submitting a new application and application fee.

Annual application deadline: January 15

We require verification of your complete academic history including any public or private high school, college, university, or technical institutions you have attended.

Post-secondary transcripts must have been issued within 6 months prior to your application date, and submitted in a sealed envelope directly from the post-secondary institution.

If you are required to complete an English language assessment, do not submit your transcripts until requested to do so.  See Regular Admission Requirement 4 for more information.

Admission Requirements

  1. Post-Secondary Education
    • Submit proof of having successfully completed 18 or more credits of degree-level (1000 level or higher) post-secondary education including:
      • 12 or more credits of Science
      • A maximum of 6 credits of Arts and Humanities may be applied towards the required 18 credits
    • A minimum grade of 65% or 'C+' is required in each course
    • Degree-level (1000 level or higher) courses approved by the degree granting institution as meeting Science or Arts and Humanities requirements will be accepted.  However, Human Anatomy and Physiology (6-credits) and Medical Terminology (3-credits) cannot be used to fulfill this requirement
      and
  2. Human Anatomy and Physiology (6-credits)
    • Submit proof of successful completion of 6-credits of Human Anatomy and Physiology
    • Courses must include a lab component
    • A minimum grade of 65% or 'C+' is required in each course
    • You must have completed the course(s) within five years of your application date. Examples:
      • January 15, 2020 application date, course completion must be on or after January 15, 2015
      • April 30, 2020 application date, course completion must be on or after April 30, 2015
        and
  3. Medical Terminology (3-credits)
    • Submit proof of successful completion of 3-credits of Medical Terminology
    • View RRC's list of recommended Medical Terminology courses
    • A minimum grade of 65% or 'C+' is required
    • You must have completed the course(s) within five years of your application date. Examples:
      • January 15, 2020 application date, course completion must be on or after January 15, 2015
      • April 30, 2020 application date, course completion must be on or after April 30, 2015
        and
  4. Reading Skills or English Language Assessment
    • Before applying, determine which assessment (DRP or ELA) is appropriate for your situation
    • 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
    • Have you successfully completed the equivalent of three years of full-time secondary (high school) education in Canada, the United States, or an ELR exempt country where English was the language of instruction? To view a list of ELR exempt countries click here.
      • If yes, you appear to meet English language requirements.
        • Before applying, register for and successfully complete the Degrees of Reading Power (DRP) assessment. The minimum DRP score required for this program is 71.
        • After applying, submit your transcripts for verification purposes.
          or
      • If no, you are required to meet English Language Requirements.
      • If you completed all of your education in Canada, the United States, or an ELR exempt country in English but did not complete three years of high school, submit your transcripts for verification purposes and complete the Degrees of Reading Power (DRP) assessment.
        and
  5. Applicant Declaration for Check Documents Form
  6. First Aid Course
    • Submit proof of current certification in the appropriate First Aid course.  To confirm which course you need to complete for this program click here
      and
  7. Multiple Mini Interviews (MMIs)
    • Participate in a MMIs
    • MMIs is an interview format that uses many short independent assessments in a timed circuit
    • Scores generated by a measuring tool help predict program success
    • This item is not due within 30 days of applying. Dates for MMIs in 2020 are March 21, 22, 28 and 29. These dates are tentative and are subject to change.
    • If you meet admission requirements 1 to 6 you will be sent an e-mail in early March confirming the dates and registration process, and inviting you to attend a voluntary MMIs preparatory workshop.

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 Adult 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)
      • Adult Abuse Registry Check (AAR)
    • If you have a criminal record you may not be able to complete the program
    • If you are listed on an 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
      and
  • Immunizations and Testing


All Allied Health programs have Multiple Mini Interviews (MMI) as part of their admission process.

WHAT IS MULTIPLE MINI INTERVIEWS (MMI)?

In an MMI, applicants will complete a 1.5 hour circuit of approximately eight, 10-minute mini-interview stations, rotating from station to station. At each station, candidates will be presented with a ‘scenario’ or question. They will then have the opportunity to discuss with an interviewer before proceeding to the next station.

MMI utilizes multiple stations where each station is comprised of a scenario designed to evaluate a candidate’s core traits/competencies critical to success in health care professions. This includes competencies such as problem solving, critical thinking, teamwork, responsibility, ethical and moral judgement, self-awareness, conflict resolution and management skills. Applicants have essentially 7 to 8 minutes to respond. Once completed, the interviewer rates the applicant in predetermined areas using a rubric and rating scale. In the end, the scores from all stations are totaled for an overall score for each applicant. Applicants are then ranked accordingly and offered a seat in the program.

Applicants who have applied to more than one AHS program will only participate in one Multiple Mini Interview session.

WHAT MIGHT I SEE IN AN MMI SCENARIO?

As in any examination process, the actual scenarios will remain confidential. Here is one example.
Recently, the Prime Minister of Canada raised the issue of deterrent fees (a small charge, say $10, which everyone who initiates a visit to a health professional would have to pay at the first contact) as a way to control health care costs. The assumption is that this will deter people from visiting their doctor for unnecessary reasons.
Consider the broad implications of this policy for health and health care costs. For example, do you think the approach will save health care costs? At what expense?
Discuss this issue with the interviewer.

NON-COGNITIVE QUALITIES

Being a healthcare practitioner is a moral undertaking, and our admission process aims to admit students:

Who will in their behaviors reflect the following attributes

  • Responsibility
  • Empathy
  • Integrity

Who will in their professional relationships

  • Take responsibility for their actions
  • Act ethically
  • Act in a collegial and collaborative manner
  • Be reflective
  • Be reliable
  • Be trustworthy and honest
  • Demonstrate respect for others
  • Maintain confidences

We aim to admit students who will

  • Be self-directed learners
  • Be an integral part of an interprofessional healthcare team
  • Be willing to self-assess
  • Be willing to work hard
  • Communicate effectively
  • Demonstrate ability to manage time
  • Demonstrate ability to tolerate stress
  • Demonstrate good judgement
  • Recognize and respect the roles of other healthcare disciplines

On the Day of your Interview:

  • Arrive at least 30 minutes prior to your start time.
  • Bring a piece of photo identification. You do not need to bring anything else. We will have a coatroom to leave your belongings, but you are not permitted to bring anything into the MMI other than what we give you.
  • Avoid wearing perfume and scented products.

The Academic Success Centre offers optional Workshop/Information Sessions for the MMI during the month of March. Information about the workshop is emailed to applicants.

Please note:
Any applicant requiring accommodation for a documented disability for the MMI must notify the Allied Health Sciences Department in writing 5 business days prior to the first interview date at ahsadmissions@rrc.ca. Complete documentation must be provided to support the request.

English Language Assessments

English Language AssessmentMinimum Required Levels
L - Listening, S - Speaking, R - Reading, W - WritingLSRW
CAEL (Canadian Academic English Language)
70707070
CanTEST (Canadian Test of English for Scholars and Trainees)
RRC Institutional or Official CanTEST accepted EXCEPT for the Medical Laboratory Sciences (MLS) program. The MLS program requires the Official CanTEST (the RRC Institutional CanTEST will not be accepted).
4.54.54.54.5
Communication for Health Professionals (RRC Pathway)
Canadian Citizens: LINC programs are not available.
8888
Communication for Internationally Educ Health Prof (RRC Pathway)
Canadian Citizens: LINC programs are not available.
8888
IELTS - Academic (International English Language Testing System)
7.07.07.07.0
TOEFL-iBT (Test of English as a Foreign Language - internet Based Test)
24232427

Who Should Enrol?

You may be interested in a career in Medical Radiologic Technology if you:

  • Desire to work in a medical environment
  • Are compassionate and motivated to help the sick and injured
  • Have a strong academic background, especially in science
  • Have an aptitude for effective communication
  • Are able to cope with constant changes in technology and in your work environment

When working in the health care profession, there are many physical and emotional demands. As a radiographic technologists you must:

  • Be in good physical and mental health and be able to stand or walk for extended periods of time without resting
  • Demonstrate the use of safe and effective body mechanics while working with patients
  • Be able to safely transfer large and heavy patients who may have limited or no weight bearing capabilities
  • Be able to lift and position patients, some of whom are in a state of unconsciousness

Additionally, you may:

  • Experience repetitive strain injuries
  • Be exposed to radiation (within acceptable limits)
  • Be exposed to extreme patient injuries
  • Be required to work extended hours
  • Be exposed to infectious diseases, blood and bodily fluids, toxic materials, noise, allergens, and physical and emotional stress
  • Encounter aggressive and agitated patients, visitors, and staff
  • Experience physical and compassion fatigue

Locations, Dates and Fees

Next Estimated Term 1 Start Date (subject to change)

Location Start Date Apply Link
Notre Dame Campus Aug 31, 2020 Apply Now

Costs (estimates only; subject to change)

Program/Student Fees
Year 1
$5,299.00
Year 2
$5,256.00
Books and Supplies
Year 1
$2,800.001
Other Fees
Year 1
$200.002
Year 2
$800.003
1Books purchased in Year 1 will be used in both Years 1 & 2.
2Uniform and shoes - $200.00.
3CAMRT Certification Exam Fee (approximate).

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 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 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.

Courses and Descriptions

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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.
LABS-9001Labs
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MEDL-1032Interprofessional Education
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A clear understanding of interprofessional relationships is necessary for effective patient care in the clinical setting. Interprofessional education will develop the learners’ understanding of their role and the role of other professions in the health care team. The course covers topics such as health sciences professions, collaboration, consultation, team-building, and developing partnerships through active presentations, discussion, and interaction between all students registered in programs of the department of Allied Health Sciences.

MEDL-1032Interprofessional Education
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A clear understanding of interprofessional relationships is necessary for effective patient care in the clinical setting. Interprofessional education will develop the learners’ understanding of their role and the role of other professions in the health care team. The course covers topics such as health sciences professions, collaboration, consultation, team-building, and developing partnerships through active presentations, discussion, and interaction between all students registered in programs of the department of Allied Health Sciences.

MEDR-1006Clinical Practice 1
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This course will allow students to apply concepts of Radiological Technology to clinical practice at a diagnostic imaging department of a healthcare facility. This course allows for the integration and expansion of basic concepts and theories in the study and practice of chest, abdominal, skeletal imaging, fluoroscopy, operating room, and mobile imaging. Under appropriate supervision, students will apply concepts to practice by assisting with and/or performing general imaging procedures and applying image critique skills. The course will enhance student knowledge with respect to interpretation of common pathologies. Students participate in a variety of procedures in the clinical setting, with emphasis on communication, interpersonal skills, and psychomotor skills. Inter-professional learning experiences are introduced to facilitate student understanding of the team approach to health care. Students may begin alternate shift rotations to experience a variety of learning opportunities within the imaging department. Students will assist with and/or perform basic imaging procedures and be required to achieve competency in specific areas of imaging.

Prerequisites:
MEDR-1016Patient Care 1
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This course provides fundamental concepts and skills of professional practice in Radiologic Technology and patient management during Diagnostic Imaging procedures. The student will study: the role of the radiographer and healthcare team; professional behaviour; ethical and legal issues; communication skills with patients and co-workers; workplace safety and proper body mechanics; transfer techniques; infection control and; how to measure vital signs.

MEDR-1017Sectional Anatomy
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This course is designed to enable the student to recognize and identify sectional anatomy of the cranium, brain, neck, thorax, abdomen and pelvis. Emphasis will be placed on anatomic relationships and physiologic processes. Course material is delivered utilizing an online format.  

MEDR-1020Radiographic Anatomy and Pathology 1
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This course will enable the student to identify skeletal anatomy on diagrams and radiographic images. The student will also be able to discuss and identify corresponding skeletal pathologies utilizing a variety of imaging modalities. 

MEDR-1022Medical Terminology
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This course is a self-study course. The course focuses on study of prefixes, suffixes, combining forms from which medical terms are derived. Medical abbreviations are also included.

MEDR-1026Physics for MRT
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This course is designed to introduce the learner to the physics concepts and principles underlying X-ray generation, image formation and radiation protection. The topics covered in this course are: Atomic structure as is required to understand X-ray generation process, electrical concepts of X-ray generators, properties of X radiation, production of X radiation, X-ray interactions with matter, attenuation of radiation in matter.

MEDR-1029Radiation Biology and Protection 1
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This course provides an introduction to radiation biology and will provide a foundation for effective radiation protection practices.

MEDR-1033Radiographic Technique 1 Theory
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This course focuses on developing the theoretical skills of radiographic positioning techniques for the skeletal system. The ability to critique radiographs to determine accurate positioning and structures shown will be emphasized. 

MEDR-1034Radiographic Technique 1 Laboratory
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This course focuses on implementation and application of the technical and clinical skills of radiographic positioning for the skeletal system in a laboratory setting.

MEDR-1047Imaging Equipment 1
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This course will discuss basic apparatus and accessory equipment used in diagnostic imaging departments. Topics will include X-ray equipment, X-ray tube, beam restrictors, grids, filters, timers and computed radiography (CR).

MEDR-2001Clinical Practice 2
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This course will allow students to apply concepts of Radiological Technology to clinical practice at a diagnostic imaging department of a healthcare facility. Students will expand their knowledge and enhance clinical skills acquired in previous courses. They will also apply basic imaging principles for Computed Tomography (CT) and be introduced to areas of specialized imaging. The course will enhance student knowledge with respect to interpretation of common pathologies. Under appropriate supervision, students will be expected to assume increased responsibility in general imaging including more independence with image critique. Student will be expected to assume a greater role in providing for patient needs in the clinical setting and enhance their patient care/assessment skills. Students will assist with and/or perform basic imaging procedures and be required to achieve competency in specific areas of imaging.

Prerequisites:
MEDR-2003Patient Care 2
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This course provides advanced concepts and further expansion of skills in professional practice in Radiologic Technology, as well as enhanced patient management skills during Diagnostic Imaging procedures.

MEDR-2005Radiographic Anatomy and Pathology 2
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This course will enable the student to identify anatomy of the neck, chest and abdomen on diagrams and radiographic images. The student will also be able to discuss and identify corresponding pathologies utilizing a variety of imaging modalities.  

MEDR-2007Radiographic Technique 2 Theory
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This course focuses on developing the theoretical skills of radiographic positioning techniques for the skeletal system, abdomen, chest, and digestive system. Special radiographic procedures and a variety of diagnostic and therapeutic modalities will also be included. The ability to critique radiographs to determine accurate positioning and structures shown will be emphasized.  

MEDR-2008Radiographic Technique 2 Laboratory
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This course focuses on implementation and application of the technical and clinical skills of radiographic positioning for the abdomen, chest and skeletal system in a laboratory setting.

MEDR-2009Radiation Biology and Protection 2
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This is the second of two courses in radiation biology and protection. This course will further explore ionizing radiation’s interaction with biological tissue as well as provide principles required to work safely with ionizing radiation.

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MEDR-2012Advanced Imaging Systems
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This course is designed to introduce the student to advanced imaging equipment. Modalities discussed will included computed tomography (CT), nuclear medicine – bone mineral densitometry, positron emission tomography (PET) and hybrid imaging. Emphasis will on computed tomography.  

Prerequisites:
MEDR-2048Imaging Equipment 2
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This course will provide and understanding of the function and operation of specialized equipment and accessories used in the diagnostic imaging department. The topics covered are: Fluoroscopic equipment, tomography, computer fundamentals, digital fluorography, digital subtraction and picture archival and communication systems (PACS). Quality control of the equipment will be discussed and applied in the laboratory setting.

MEDR-3000Clinical Practice 3
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This course will allow students to apply concepts of Radiological Technology to clinical practice at a diagnostic imaging department of a healthcare facility. In this course, under appropriate supervision, students will be given the opportunity to take primary responsibility to perform general imaging procedures and to apply their image critique skills. Emphasis is placed on further development of critical thinking and problem solving skills in a broad range of situations. The course will emphasize expanding student knowledge with respect to interpretation of common pathologies. Under appropriate supervision, opportunity will be provided for students to advance their clinical abilities in general imaging and observe and/or participate in more complex specialized procedures. Students will be expected to achieve all competencies as required by national and provincial standards.

Prerequisites:
MEDR-9000Med Rad Learn Course
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MEDR-9000Med Rad Learn Course
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MEDR-9000Med Rad Learn Course
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MEDR-9000Med Rad Learn Course
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MEDR-9000Med Rad Learn Course
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CO-OP/Practicum Information

In Year 1 you have 33 weeks of theory at the College. 

In Year 2 you have 49 weeks of clinical education.  Students placed within the WRHA will spend each clinical course at 2 - 3 different clinical sites.  Students placed in a rural facility will spend the majority of the clinical practicum at their initial site. 

The following hospitals and agencies participate as current sites for the clinical education. 

Winnipeg hospitals: 

  • Children's Hospital, Winnipeg
  • Grace General Hospital, Winnipeg
  • Health Sciences Centre, Winnipeg
  • Seven Oaks General Hospital
  • St. Boniface General Hospital
  • Victoria General Hospital
  • Concorordia Hospital
  • Misericordia Health Centre

Hospitals outside of Winnipeg:

  • Brandon Regional Health Centre, Brandon
  • Bethesda Hospital, Steinbach
  • Boundary Trails Health Centre, Morden/Winkler
  • Dauphin Regional Health Centre, Dauphin
  • Portage General Hospital, Portage la Prairie
  • Selkirk and District General Hospital, Selkirk

Note: You are responsible for any additional expenses related to the clinical terms including relocation costs to clinical placement site(s).

Recent Changes

Addition of Multiple Mini Interview (MMI)

The MMI process is designed to assess attributes essential for success in health professions. This process is being adopted by colleges and universities across Canada and globally as a fair and effective method of interviewing candidates for health care profession programs. 

The MMI utilizes multiple interview stations.  Each station is comprised of a scenario designed to evaluate core traits/competencies essential for success in health care professions. This includes competencies such as problem solving, critical thinking, teamwork, responsibility, ethical and moral judgement, self-awareness, conflict resolution, and management skills.

At each station, applicants will read a scenario and then respond. The interviewer(s) will assign ratings using a rubric, which is a guide listing specific criteria for grading or scoring, as well as a rating scale. In the end, the scores from all stations are totaled for an overall score for each applicant.

The MMI process is not meant to be perceived as a barrier.  It is a way of identifying applicants who exhibit critical competencies for success and those who may need additional supports prior to program entry.

Prior to participating in an MMI, applicants will be invited to attend an MMI workshop.

Transfer Credit Opportunities

Certification Opportunities

  • After successfully completing this program, you are eligible for certification with the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists. If you are successful, you are awarded a Registered Technologist Radiography (RTR) diploma. This diploma indicates that you have the knowledge and skills of a professional and are eligible for membership in the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT).

Transferring Credits to Other Institutions 

Recognition of Prior Learning

To apply for possible credit for courses you have completed before enrolling in this program, complete a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Request for Course Credit/Grade Transfer Form within three weeks of the published start date of the program. You will need to include suitable documentation, i.e., transcript and course description, with your application.

In some instances, you may be required to write challenge examinations to apply for advanced standing.

Graduate Employment Report

Red River College 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.

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

Employment Potential

Most graduates are employed in hospitals and medical clinics. Some graduates are working in related teaching, management, and research positions. Others are employed as application specialists, technical advisors, or representatives for diagnostic imaging equipment and supply manufacturers.

An entry level technologist in Manitoba can expect to make approximately $20 to $25 per hour as a starting wage.

Student/Alumni Testimonial

“Fast paced, yet rewarding program, with a great support group of teachers”

Chantell
First year student

“I really enjoy the small class sizes and the good helpful teachers who care about my future.”

Monique
First year student

“I am delighted to be in the MRT program @RRC. This program is always eager to give me the knowledge in the scope of the MRT in the most efficient and proficient way, and helps me to be more confident and competent.”

Zenawi
First year student

“If you take this course seriously, attend all the classes, keep up with readings, and study frequently, the multiple course load will flow smoothly and you will succeed.”

Jen
First year student

“For all the stress and work you put into it, it’s all worth it in the end. To summarize in one word….amazing!”

Erin
First year student

"All of the teachers have always been there to help, either by phone, e-mail, or in person. I have always felt that their number one priority is the students - no doubt about it."

Brenda
Second year student

"The instructors are very helpful and open to finding ways to help."

Kyle
Second year student

 "It's so wonderful to have instructors that take the time to get to know their students, and that genuinely care about their success in the program."

Melanie
Second year student

"The program is great overall. The instructors are there to help out, the information and technology is interesting, and the majority is hands on training."

Kelly
Second year student

Contact Information

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

For detailed program information, contact:

Kathleen Scribner
Academic Coordinator
Room A227C, Notre Dame Campus
204-632-2961
E-mail: kscribner@rrc.ca

Admitted students may submit their criminal record and abuse registry check documents to the above individual.

How to Apply

For information on how to apply to this program, follow the link below.

www.rrc.ca/howtoapply

Student Evaluation of Program

Every year Red River College surveys students, in all full-time programs, to learn more about their college experience. The questionnaire includes questions about students’ experiences with College programs, facilities, and services offered.

Visit www.rrc.ca/numbers/reports/student-evaluation-of-program for student evaluation of program reports.

College Support Services

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

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

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