Practicum in a Medical Laboratory - Biochemistry (Bridging) (BIOC1028)

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Cost

$ 720 CAD

with assistance (credited course, facilitator available, assessments/exercises marked)


Payment method accepted

  • Credit card and interac online: Visa, MasterCard or American Express
  • Credit card by telephone: Visa or MasterCard
  • Cheque or postal money order
  • In person by credit card (Visa or MasterCard), Interac, cheque, postal money order or cash at one of the Collège communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick campuses.

Regardless of the payment method you choose, you must first fill out the registration from online by clicking on the link "Register Now".

GOAL

This course is currently being revised, it will be available shortly.  Sorry for the inconvenience.

This course will allow students to demonstrate their proficiency by exercising, in the workplace, the duties of the laboratory technologist that fall within the field of biochemistry. This clinical experience will allow students to integrate all of the essential theoretical elements in order to practice their profession efficiently and safely. 

This course is part of the program Medical Laboratory Technology – Bridging

DURATION

90 hours

COURSE SPECIFICATIONS

all of the courses in the program (except the other practicums)

Course established as part of the implementation of the refresher (bridging) program for internationally educated Medical Laboratory Technologists, which is a partnership between the CCNB, the NBCC, and the New Brunswick Society of Medical Laboratory Technologists. This course is intended only for laboratory technologists. Access to the course is subject to the approval of the Canadian Society for Medical Laboratory Science (CSMLS), based on a recognition of prior learning. Following a recommendation from the CSMLS, the student may be exempted from this course, based on previous training and work experience. 

To comply with CSMLS requirements, the practicum is three weeks long. Students must also comply with the employer's work schedule and may be required to travel outside the campus area or even outside their region of permanent residence. Students are responsible for their travel and all related costs. The practicum setting could be in a bilingual environment. 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Students who enroll in this course must have:

Students who enroll in this course must have basic computer skills.

HEARWARE/SOFTWARE

General System Requirements

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   Technical Requirements

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TUTORING

A course facilitator will be available online to help and guide you through your training.

GENERAL OBJECTIVES

General Objectives
To successfully complete this course, students must:

Assessment of Learning
Pass mark: Pass/fail





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