PART-TIME | WINNIPEG LOCATIONS RECFP-CT Recreation Facilitator for Older Adults

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Overview

During 2012-13, the College conducted a review of the Recreation Facilitator for Older Adults Certificate Program as part of the quality curriculum process. The review was facilitated by the Program and Curriculum Department in consultation with the Program Advisory Committee, industry and program instructors.

As a result of the review, a new program is being offered starting in September 2013. Students currently enrolled in the Recreation Facilitator for Older Adults Certificate Program can choose to complete the program or transfer some credits to the new program, Therapeutic Recreation Facilitator for Older Adults Certificate Program. The new program will provide a more comprehensive approach in meeting the ever-changing needs of our aging population.

Please see the "New" program, Therapeutic Recreation Facilitator for Older Adults: rrc.ca/trf

Admission Requirements

It is recommended that you have basic computer skills, familiarity with word processing and using the Internet for research. If you do not have these skills, it is strongly recommended that you take a basic computer skills course.

Upon acceptance into the program, submit a Police Information Check with Vulnerable Sector (PICVS) check document, an Adult Abuse Registry (AAR) check document, and a Provincial Child Abuse Registry (PCAR) check dated no more than six months prior to you attending the practicum. See CO/OP Practicum Information for details and see Police Information Check

Regular Admission Requirements

  1. Successful completion of Grade 12 including one credit in:
  • Grade 12 English.

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. Successful completion of Grade 12 English

Program Outline

You must obtain a minimum grade of C+ (65%) in each course to be successful in the program.

First course of study:

  • Writing Skills - Intermediate - D

Core Courses:

  • Leisure Concepts in TR - D
  • Introduction to Gerontology - D
  • Interpersonal Communication 1 - C/D
  • Working with Volunteers - D
  • Dealing with Loss - D
  • Documentation Skills in TR  - D
  • Program Planning in TR- D
  • Group Dynamics in TR - D 
  • Cognitive Impairment - D
  • Adapting TR Interventions - D 
  • *Specialized TR Applications - D
  • Therapeutic Fitness Leader - C
  • Field Work - Facility - D
  • Field Work - Community - D

*The Specialized Recreation Applications course is delivered in an online format and requires access to the Internet (preferably high speed) and speakers. Microphones are optional, but you will be able to participate faster with them.  Microphones are available in stores for approximately $10. 

Electives (choose 3 to 5, check hours to equal 30 hrs)

Courses

  • Basic Business Communications - C
    or
    Business Communication 1 - C/D
  • Computers - Intro - C/D
    or
    Computers - Into - Challenge - C/D
  • Word 2007 - Challenge - C
  • Event Planning- C

Seminars/Workshops 

  • Conflict Resolution - C/D
  • Decision Making Tools - C
  • Effective Listening Techniques - C/D
  • Preparing Newsletters - D
  • Making Tough Decisions - C
  • Nonviolent Crisis Intervention - C
  • Performance Management/Evaluation - C
  • Report Writing Seminar - C
  • Stress Management - C/D
  • Workday Management Tools - C/D

Legend:

  • C/D - Classroom or Distance Delivery
  • C - Classroom Delivery
  • D - Distance Delivery

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.
BUSA-1083Event Planning
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This course develops knowledge and skills for students who will be responsible for planning or coordinating events, meetings, or conferences in office environments in the corporate, private, government, and non-profit sectors.  Students will learn the process and logistics to create and stage successful events.

COMM-1000Business Communication 1RPL
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This course will guide students through the techniques and processes involved in writing, speaking, and listening effectively for business. Students will be taught skills for networking, meetings, and working in teams. Students will apply a direct approach to create professional emails and letters. Students will learn strategies for competent information report writing. Students will be taught how to create and deliver a memorable oral presentation. The proper use of business writing rules, grammar, and etiquette will be emphasized throughout the course.

COMM-1023Basic Business CommunicationsRPL
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Develop the basic principles of business writing and discuss topics such as: standard business formats, the ability to write clear, readable letters and memos.  It also reviews correct grammar and usage and how to improve effectiveness as a speaker.

COMM-1170Interpersonal Communication 1
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Content is focused on human communication experienced in the helping professions. Emphasis is placed upon the student's growth, self-knowledge and behaviour in groups. Instructional methods will include discussions and activities to expand understanding and experience.

COMM-2162Writing Skills - Intermediate
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This course will build on students' basic writing skills. The course will cover grammar and sentence structure, mind mapping, development of paragraphs, putting it all together in a research paper, and the use of APA format.

COMP-1081Computers - IntroRPL
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Increase your knowledge of computer fundamentals using a current Windows operating system. Content includes an introduction to the Internet and common Microsoft Applications including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

If you are taking courses by distance delivery, you must have access to a computer with the appropriate Microsoft Office software and Microsoft Windows 7, 8 or 10.

HCAP-1006Introduction to Gerontology
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Explore the concepts of the aging process. Examine the critical issues that affect aging, personal adaptation to aging, and community resources. Topics include the demography of aging, societal and personal attitudes to aging, major theories of aging, physical aging, psycho-social aging, economic, social and political factors.

PRAC-1018Field Work - Facility
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Gain exposure and experience working in facility-based settings. Theory (25 hours) - Become familiar with a variety of institution-based settings, examining the key skill areas required. Practice (50 hours of placement during regular work hours, 5 hours per week for 10 weeks) - Put theory into practice, and address the key skill areas of professionalism and assessing/meeting a client's needs in facility-based settings.

IMPORTANT FIELD WORK INFORMATION:

Students must submit the following official documents PRIOR to registering for their field work(s).

- Police Information Check with Vulnerable Sector (PICVS)

- Adult Abuse Registry Check (AARC)

- Provincial Child Abuse Registry Check (PCAR)

These checks must be done within 6 months of attending the field work(s).

Original documents must be submitted. For additional information please go to: Police Information Check

Please contact the Educational Assistant at cpfau@rrc.ca or 204-631-3367 for further information.

PRAC-1025Field Work - CommunityRPL
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Theory: You will integrate the concepts learned during the Recreation Facilitator for Older Adults program with your own experiences in service settings.
Practice: You will put all skill area theories into practice, with particular emphasis on group program planning in community based settings.

IMPORTANT FIELD WORK INFORMATION

Students must submit the following official documents PRIOR to registering for their field work(s).

- Police Information Check with Vulnerable Sector Check (PICVS)

- Adult Abuse Registry Check (AARC)

- Provincial Child Abuse Registry Check (PCAR)

These checks must be done within 6 months of attending the field work(s).

Original documents must be submitted. For additional information please go to: Police Information Check

Please contact the Educational Assistant at cpfau@rrc.ca or 204-631-3367 for further information.

RECF-1001TR Adaptations & Intervention
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Develop an awareness of how physical, emotional and social disabilities may limit performance and learn to adapt activity programs to meet an individual's specific needs.

Prerequisites:
RECF-1003Cognitive Impairment
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Improve your confidence in working with clients with Alzheimer's Disease and related dementia disorders. Examine causes, functional ability, assets, deficits and communication. Through practical case studies and situations, learn about therapeutic activities that will enhance the functioning of this population.

Prerequisites:
RECF-1006Dealing With Loss
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Examine the various types of losses that occur throughout the life span, and the methods of providing support in these situations, relating to the elderly in particular. Learn to identify the stages of grief and develop an awareness of the grief process. Explore pastoral/spiritual care, death and bereavement.

Prerequisites:
RECF-1016Group Dynamics in TR
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Obtain an understanding of the theoretical and practical experience required to learn the processes involved in group dynamics.  Develop competent group skills through group activities an observational learning.  Study group communication, diversity, leadership, and how groups make decisions.  Learn how to build a strong team. 

Prerequisites:
RECF-1019Leisure Concepts in TR
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Participate in this study of leisure, recreation, activity and the therapeutic process. Examine the philosophy and rationale behind leisure and recreation opportunities for elderly clients.  Learn about the history of leisure and recreation, and the benefits and barriers of it in our own lives and the lives of our clients. Clarify your own beliefs, values and priorities related to the topic.

Prerequisites:
RECF-1023Specialized TR Applications
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Explore a variety of specialized recreation applications for older adults in community and institutional settings. Topics will cover volunteer inclusion, special event planning, sensory stimulation, cognitive programs, music programs, food-related programs, horticultural programs, intergenerational programs, movement/exercise programs, animal assisted programs, humour programs, reminiscing programs and spiritual programs. Upon completion of the course, you will be able to implement program options that meet the expected outcomes of your clients' care plan.

Prerequisites:
RECF-1025Working With Volunteers
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Develop the necessary tools to assist staff in working with volunteers. Focus on creating a comfortable climate for volunteers and employees to work together. Supervision, motivation and retention will be studied. Learn how to plan with, and assist volunteers to work to their fullest potential.

RECF-1035Therapeutic Fitness Leader
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This course will allow you to gain the theoretical and practical proficiency to develop and implement safe, therapeutic fitness programs for seniors at varying levels of functional well being. The course will involve study in the areas of human anatomy and physiology, basic fitness components, leadership development techniques, strength/resistance training theory/design/ implementation, specific challenges/common disorders/ safety considerations for working with the older adult population and program design, implementation and evaluation for programs at varying levels of functional abilities (independent/high; moderate; or low functioning). Skills such as how to incorporate music, how to adapt the class to work with different levels at once, how to provide progressions and how to utilize different apparatus/equipment to provide variety and prevent over-use or over-training. At the conclusion of this course the students will be able to develop and implement at least 1 exercise program for all 3 functional levels that they can use in the workplace. 

RECF-1051TR - Documentation Skills
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Become familiar with documentation skills and how they apply to therapeutic programming, the planning process and assessment. Discover the value of assessment as an ongoing process, and learn charting etiquette and technique. Discuss different charting styles, and the issues of confidentiality in relation to documentation.

Prerequisites:
RECF-1052TR - Program Planning
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Become familiar with the different concepts and methods involved in assessing, planning, organizing, implementing and evaluating programs within facility-based and community-based settings. Learn how to assess your client's needs, deal with leisure barriers and determine the differences between individual and group planning.

Prerequisites:
SEMR-9013Stress Management
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Learn how to relax and how to overcome and prevent stress. Common problems and effective solutions are presented and explored.

SEMR-9078Nonviolent Crisis Intervention (r) Training Program
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The Nonviolent Crisis Intervention (R) Program is a safe, non-harmful behaviour management system designed to aid human service professionals in the management of disruptive and assaultive people, even during the most violent moments. It has been developed by the Crisis Prevention Institute, a training organization devoted to training staff in the safe management of potentially violent individuals.

SEMR-9096Conflict Resolution
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We can expect to face conflict situations whenever we spend time with others; conflict gets resolved whether the situation is to our liking or not. This conflict resolution workshop addresses the interpersonal scope for such activity so that you can resolve your conflicts with others in a stable and safe environment, while still maintaining your own dignity. Topics include: safety procedures, how to maintain control of a situation, defusing techniques, how to listen and ask questions, mediation, and how to come to an eventual agreement.

SEMR-9152Effective Listening Techniques
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Learn techniques for better listening and note-taking. Learn how to ignore distractions, summarize what a speaker has said, and control your emotions. Know when to ask questions or comment.

SEMR-9167Workday Management Tools
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Learn how to identify, manage, and control time-wasters at home and work. Learn how to set goals and plan the most effective use of your time. Take control of your time.

SEMR-9182Report Writing Seminar
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Learn a variety of reference works which are the tools of the report writer's trade: dictionaries, style manuals, grammars, and text of writing plans will be discussed and examined. Basic report writing plans will be presented and two techniques for designing, drafting and revising reports will be discussed. Techniques for drafting, revising, and editing will be explored through four written exercises which will be completed in class.

SEMR-9188Making Tough Decisions
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Understanding the behavioral components of our decision making style is often a key factor in developing effective working relationships and career choices. Tough decisions often involve ambiguity, conflict and uncertainty. Address the need to understand these confounding attributes and to deal with them effectively in decision making situations.

SEMR-9190Decision Making Tools
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Develop your skills in using a number of conceptual aids in the decision-making process. Types of aids include: tabular decision aids, mind-mapping, free-wheeling diagrams and gantt charts, and influence diagrams. These will help you to weigh various factors involved in a decision, create a balanced view of the situation, add the element of time, and consider the factors of probability and uncertainty. Learn to apply these aids so that you can demonstrate a vision of the "big picture" and graphically illustrate the rationale behind your decisions.

SEMR-9206Preparing Newsletters
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Learn the purpose of newsletters, preparation methods, content guidelines, deadline issues, various page layouts, paper selection, and reproduction or printing considerations.

WRKS-1873Performance Management
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An introduction to the theory and use of performance management. Discuss the relevance of performance management in the ongoing management of the workplace from both the Human Resource Consultant and the Program Supervisor perspective. Learn to prepare and use the evaluation tool commonly called "Performance Appraisal", the link of Performance Management to those companies pursuing Quality Initiative, and the importance of support to a Continuous Learning Work Environment.

Beginning September 1, 2018: students enrolling in Online Education courses will be required to purchase textbooks and materials at participating Campus stores or online. To review booklists and purchase textbooks, please visit bookstore.rrc.ca.

Student booklists will be available approximately 3 weeks prior to scheduled course start dates. Please ensure materials are purchased in advance, to be available for the start date.


Click the "More Info" link beside the course's name to view the description of the course.

Course Dates and Fees

2020 Fall Term - Distance Education
COMM-1000 Business Communication 1more info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Nov 01, 20 - Apr 30, 21S. Olinyk-Schmidt208817$635
Location: Online
Dates
Nov 01, 20 - Apr 30, 21
Delivery
Instructor
S. Olinyk-Schmidt
Section
208817
Cost
$635
COMP-1081 Computers - Intromore info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Nov 01, 20 - Jan 31, 21K. Mann205842$535
Dec 01, 20 - Feb 28, 21K. Mann205843$535
Location: Online
Dates
Nov 01, 20 - Jan 31, 21
Delivery
Instructor
K. Mann
Section
205842
Cost
$535
Dates
Dec 01, 20 - Feb 28, 21
Delivery
Instructor
K. Mann
Section
205843
Cost
$535
SEMR-9096 Conflict Resolutionmore info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Nov 01, 20 - Nov 30, 20T. Chamberlain204851$155
Location: Online
Dates
Nov 01, 20 - Nov 30, 20
Delivery
Instructor
T. Chamberlain
Section
204851
Cost
$155
SEMR-9152 Effective Listening Techniquesmore info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Nov 01, 20 - Nov 30, 20R. Nerbas204853$155
Location: Online
Dates
Nov 01, 20 - Nov 30, 20
Delivery
Instructor
R. Nerbas
Section
204853
Cost
$155
HCAP-1006 Introduction to Gerontologymore info
Location: Off Campus
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Nov 01, 20 - Jan 31, 21M. Young198749$415
Dec 01, 20 - Feb 28, 21M. Young198751$415
Location: Off Campus
Dates
Nov 01, 20 - Jan 31, 21
Delivery
Instructor
M. Young
Section
198749
Cost
$415
Dates
Dec 01, 20 - Feb 28, 21
Delivery
Instructor
M. Young
Section
198751
Cost
$415

2021 Winter Term - Continuing Education
COMM-1023 Basic Business Communicationsmore info
Location: Online
DatesClass DaysTimeDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Jan 04, 21 - Mar 15, 21M6:00PM - 10:00PMS. Olinyk-Schmidt206041$509
Location: Online
Dates
Jan 04, 21 - Mar 15, 21
Class days
M
6:00PM - 10:00PM
Delivery
Instructor
S. Olinyk-Schmidt
Section
206041
Cost
$509
BUSA-1083 Event Planningmore info
Location: Online
DatesClass DaysTimeDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Jan 12, 21 - Mar 16, 21Tu6:00PM - 10:00PMC. Canada206047$499
Location: Online
Dates
Jan 12, 21 - Mar 16, 21
Class days
Tu
6:00PM - 10:00PM
Delivery
Instructor
C. Canada
Section
206047
Cost
$499

2021 Winter Term - Distance Education
COMM-1000 Business Communication 1more info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Jan 06, 21 - Jul 06, 21M. Kitz206236$635
Location: Online
Dates
Jan 06, 21 - Jul 06, 21
Delivery
Instructor
M. Kitz
Section
206236
Cost
$635
COMP-1081 Computers - Intromore info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Jan 06, 21 - Apr 06, 21TBA206514$535
Feb 01, 21 - Apr 30, 21TBA206515$535
Mar 01, 21 - May 31, 21TBA206516$535
Location: Online
Dates
Jan 06, 21 - Apr 06, 21
Delivery
Instructor
TBA
Section
206514
Cost
$535
Dates
Feb 01, 21 - Apr 30, 21
Delivery
Instructor
TBA
Section
206515
Cost
$535
Dates
Mar 01, 21 - May 31, 21
Delivery
Instructor
TBA
Section
206516
Cost
$535
SEMR-9096 Conflict Resolutionmore info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Mar 01, 21 - Mar 31, 21T. Chamberlain206240$155
Location: Online
Dates
Mar 01, 21 - Mar 31, 21
Delivery
Instructor
T. Chamberlain
Section
206240
Cost
$155
SEMR-9152 Effective Listening Techniquesmore info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Feb 01, 21 - Feb 28, 21R. Nerbas206242$155
Location: Online
Dates
Feb 01, 21 - Feb 28, 21
Delivery
Instructor
R. Nerbas
Section
206242
Cost
$155
COMM-1170 Interpersonal Communication 1more info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Jan 12, 21 - Apr 13, 21TBA206636$439
Location: Online
Dates
Jan 12, 21 - Apr 13, 21
Delivery
Instructor
TBA
Section
206636
Cost
$439
HCAP-1006 Introduction to Gerontologymore info
Location: Off Campus
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Jan 06, 21 - Apr 06, 21TBA206322$415
Feb 01, 21 - Apr 30, 21TBA206323$415
Mar 01, 21 - May 31, 21TBA206324$415
Location: Off Campus
Dates
Jan 06, 21 - Apr 06, 21
Delivery
Instructor
TBA
Section
206322
Cost
$415
Dates
Feb 01, 21 - Apr 30, 21
Delivery
Instructor
TBA
Section
206323
Cost
$415
Dates
Mar 01, 21 - May 31, 21
Delivery
Instructor
TBA
Section
206324
Cost
$415
RECF-1051 TR - Documentation Skillsmore info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Jan 11, 21 - Mar 29, 21TBA206650$549
Location: Online
Dates
Jan 11, 21 - Mar 29, 21
Delivery
Instructor
TBA
Section
206650
Cost
$549
RECF-1001 TR Adaptations & Interventionmore info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Jan 11, 21 - Mar 29, 21TBA206652$445
Location: Online
Dates
Jan 11, 21 - Mar 29, 21
Delivery
Instructor
TBA
Section
206652
Cost
$445

CO-OP/Practicum Information

To be eligible to register in the practicum you must:

1. Have successfully completed all theory based courses
and
2. Submit an Official Police Information (Adult Criminal Record) Check with Vulnerable Sector document conducted within six months and submitted prior to the start of the practical component of the program. Original documents must be submitted. For further information go to: Police Information Check

3. Submit an Official Adult Abuse Registry Check document conducted within six months and submitted prior to the start of the practical component of the program. Original documents must be submitted.

4. Submit an Official Provincial Child Abuse Registry Check document conducted within six months and submitted prior to the start of the practical component of the program. Original documents must be submitted.

5. Completed HSP Net Form.

You must submit these documents prior to registering for your field works. For more information, contact the Educational Assistant at cpfau@rrc.ca or 204-631-3367. 

Note to distance students: In some provinces a request for a criminal records check will be completed without the Vulnerable Sector Search. Please be sure you have both parts of the check. If your local police department requires a letter from the college explaining why you need this document, contact the Program Manager at 204-632-2904.

Field Work - Recognized Prior Learning (RPL)

You may RPL Field Work Community Based if you meet the criteria as outlined above and you have:
  1. Completed two years of full-time employment (4,000 hours) or the part-time equivalent in the last five years in the area related to the Community Based RPL.
  2. Contact the Educational Assistant at 204-631-3367prior to registering in the RPL.

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/studentcomputing for further information on Computer Requirements for Students.


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

Objectives/Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the program, you should have the skills to:


• Participate in recreational programs
• Understand individual leisure  perspective
• Facilitate choice for individuals in recreational programs
• Implement programs based on leisure needs
• Address strengths, barriers, and adaptations for individuals
• Understand the aging process
• Plan programs that promote holistic health
• Develop recreation programs to build self-esteem and self-image

Recent Changes

For detailed information on recent course code changes to this program, please click here

NOTE: The last offering for Working with Volunteers, RECF-1025, is 2016 fall.

Transfer Credit Opportunities

Students who have successfully completed the Recreation Facilitator for Older Adults Certificate Program at Red River College will receive a block credit (18 credit hours of unallocated credit) upon admission to the Bachelor of Recreation Management and Community Development (BRMCD) program at the University of Manitoba. 

To be admitted into the BRMCD program, students must successfully complete 24 credit hours of university course work (University 1 or equivalent).

Recognition of Prior Learning

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is a process which documents and compares an individual's prior learning gained from prior education, work and life experiences and personal study to the learning outcomes in College courses/programs. For more information, please visit www.rrc.ca/rpl.

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.

Graduation Requirements

You must complete your part-time program within eight years from the start of the first course in the program, unless otherwise stated in the program outline.

You will not be granted more than 75% of your credit requirements for graduation through transfer of credit.

When you have successfully completed all the required courses in this program, be sure to apply to graduate. For complete details and forms, see rrc.ca/convocation

Questions about graduation? Please call 204-694-1789 or 1-866-242-7073 for assistance.

Graduation with Honours
If you obtain a grade point average (GPA) of 3.8 or better for the program, you will graduate with honours. If you fail any course in the program, you will not be eligible for this honours designation.

Contact Information

For more information, contact:

School of Continuing Education
E113 - 2055 Notre Dame Ave
Winnipeg, MB R3H 0J9
Phone: 204-694-1789 or 1-866-242-7073 (toll free)
Fax: 204-633-6489
E-mail: cde@rrc.ca 

Admitted students may submit their criminal record and abuse registry check documents to:
Carolyn Pfau
Room F109, Notre Dame Campus
204-632-3367
cpfau@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

How to Register

For information on how to register for courses in this program, follow the link below.

www.rrc.ca/part-time/registration/

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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