Communication and Professional Practice for Medical Laboratory Technologists (CPP for MLTs)

The CPP for MLTs course is a new course offered at RRC’s Language Training Centre for internationally educated medical laboratory technologists (IEMLTs).

The focus in on the critical, non-technical skills and strategies for communication and professional practice needed for working as an MLT in the Canadian health care context.  The emphasis is on speaking and listening.

 

Delivery:

  • 10 weeks (100 hours)
  • blended format (face-to-face and online):
  • face-to-face (F2F) workshops are Tuesdays and Thursday evenings, 5:30pm – 8:30pm
  • online components include pre-workshop preparation and post-workshop assignments

 

Important Eligibility Information:

  • Must be an internationally educated medical laboratory technologist (IEMLT) or currently enrolled in RRC’s Medical Laboratory Sciences program;
    • Consideration may be given to the following:
      • MLTs registered with CMLTM who would benefit from intercultural communication training for study or work
      • IE Medical Laboratory Assistants who meet the remaining eligibility requirements
  • Preference will be given to IEMLTs who have completed the CSMLS Prior Learning Assessment process (www.CSMLS.org) and who are planning to apply to DSM Bridging program in 2019.
  • Must be a permanent resident (consideration will be given to Canadian Citizens);
  • Must have a referral from WELARC (welarc.net), and the minimum language proficiency levels in both Speaking and Listening in one of the following:
    • IELTS 7 OR
    • CLB level 8 OR
    • CanTEST 4 (or Institutional CanTEST at RRC[1])

[1] RRC – LTC’s Assessment Centre: http://blogs.rrc.ca/ltc/information/lpa/

 

IMPORTANT NOTE: Successful completion of the CPP for MLTs Course is a new prerequisite for application to the Manitoba IEMLT Bridging Program (http://dsmanitoba.ca/career-opportunities/education-sponsorship-training/bridging-program/)

 

For more details about the CPP for MLTs Course, download the following:

 

Application package:

 

NOTE:

Application deadline: January 11, 2019 (or sooner)

Course dates:

  • Winter 2019: February 19, 2019 – May 2, 2019

 

Completed application package (paper copies) must be delivered to:

The Language Training Centre

3rd Floor – 123 Main Street

Winnipeg, MB R3C 1A3

Attention: Stuart Schwartz, Program Manager