PATHF-SA Pathway to Health Programs

Overview

  • Nine-month pathway
  • August entry date
  • Notre Dame Campus, Winnipeg
  • This program is open to Manitoba residents of Aboriginal ancestry only. Applications for this program received from individuals who are not a Manitoba resident and/or not a member of an Indigenous community will be cancelled with no refund of the application fee.

Description
This pathway is designed to provide admission to specific Red River College programs for low-income residents of Manitoba who have not had the opportunity to participate or succeed in a college education due to social, economic, or cultural factors; a lack of formal education; or limitations due to remote geographic location (inaccessibility to post-secondary institutions).

This pathway will prepare you and increase your readiness (academic, personal, social and financial) for the College programs listed below.

The annual application deadline for on-program pathway students to apply to one of these programs is May 15. 

In addition to successfully completing Pathway to Health, you will be required to meet the admission requirements listed (see program's admission requirements webpage for details): 

  • Dental Assisting
  • Nursing
    • Successful completion of 6 credits of Human Anatomy and Physiology with a minimum grade of 65% or C+ (completed in Pathway to Health)
    • Submission of an Applicant Declaration for Check Documents Form
    • Submission of evidence of current and valid certification in Basic Life Support (BLS) for Health Care Providers (HCP) with CPR Level C and AED
  • Paramedicine - Primary Care Paramedicine
    • Successful completion of 6 credits of Human Anatomy and Physiology and 3 credits of Medical Terminology with a minimum grade of 65% or C+ in each course (completed in Pathway to Health)
    • Submission of proof of a valid complete full stage driver's licence
    • Successful completion of the Paramedic Physical Fitness Assessment
    • Submission of an Applicant Declaration for Check Documents Form
    • Successful completion of a Basic Life Support (BLS) for Health Care Providers (HCP) with CPR Level C and AED Course
  • Science Laboratory Technology
  • Veterinary Technology
    • Completion of 80 hours of recent volunteer or work experience related to veterinary medicine at a veterinary clinic
    • Completion of a mandatory diagnostic test
    • Attendance at a mandatory orientation session

In addition to admission requirements above, most of these programs have progression requirements. Program progression requirements may include immunizations and testing, criminal record and child abuse registry checks, and/or a first aid course. See the program's admission requirements webpage for details.

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