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Community Brain Injury Services Certificate
1000 KLO Road
Kelowna, British Columbia, V1Y4X8, Canada
Program Type Occupational
Credential Type Certificate
Length 1 Year(s)
- Part Time Only
- Cooperative Education
- Continuing Education
- Distance Learning Only
Grade 12 or equivalent. A minimum grade of "C" in English 12 or Technical and Professional Communication 12 or a Language Proficiency Index (LPI) score of 24/40 (Level 4). Evidence of a minimum of certificate or diploma training in a health or social science discipline and a minimum two years work experience in a related field. Individuals who do not have the relevant certificate or diploma but have been working in a related field for 2 years may be considered. Applicants must complete, no more than three months before their date of admission, a criminal record check. The form will be mailed to applicants by the Continuing Education office. Prospective students who have been convicted of a criminal offence may be denied admission. Please note: Applicants who have a criminal record and are seeking a pardon are advised that this can be a lengthy process and that they should initiate the criminal record check procedure at their local RCMP detachment six months prior to date of admission. Failure to submit all required documentation by a specified deadline may result in denial of admission.
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Updated October 14, 2009. The information contained in this profile is current as of the date shown.
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