As part of your studies, you will be participating in clinicals/ practicums with various hosts who require that students registered in programs, where they may be working with children and/or vulnerable adults, have a Criminal Record Check (including
the Vulnerable Sector). This must be completed prior to the start of classes (Note: Medical Laboratory Technology program: Please obtain your criminal record check (including venerable sector check) no sooner than January of your second year in the program.)
Consult the chart above to see if your program requires a Criminal Record Check.
Pharmacy Technician students: The New Brunswick College of Pharmacists requires an up-to-date (less than 6 months old) criminal record check before a student can participate in the practicum. The first practicum occurs in the spring of year one.
As part of your studies, you will be participating in clinicals/practicums at Horizon Health Network facilities. To participate in these clinical practicums you must obtain your Immunizations (which includes bloodwork to verify immunity)
before the start of your program.
IN ADDITION – Students accepted in the following programs: Personal Support Worker: Acute Care and Practical Nurse, must also obtain the following:
As part of your studies, you will be participating in practicums with various hosts who may require the completion of the immunization form prior to your attending their facility.
Download the immunization form to have it completed by your health care professional.
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