Getting To Know RRC

Early Childhood Education – Full Time Program Information Session

February 16, 2018 • Written by

How Can I Create Change as an Early Childhood Educator? Early Childhood Educators spend much of their days creating Relationship with children and families from a base of Respect, Fairness and Empathy.  This one hour information session will explore how a diploma in Early Childhood Education (ECE) can prepare you for a dynamic career which is child-centred and family-focused, within a sense of community. ECE is a field with excellent job prospects, a variety of career paths and options for professional development.

Date: Tuesday March 6, 2018 or April 24, 2018

Time: 7:00-8:00pm

Location: Notre Dame Campus (2055 Notre Dame Ave), Green Lecture Theatre (GM43)

Register today!

Creative Communications Information Night – Tuesday January 30

January 19, 2018 • Written by

Red River College’s Creative Communications program is hosting its annual Info Night on Tuesday, Jan. 30 from 6-8 p.m. It will be held at the College’s Roblin Centre Campus at 160 Princess Street, starting in room A104 on the main floor near the Elgin Avenue entrance, across from the security kiosk. There will be people at campus entrances to direct guests.

Creative Communications is an applied-learning program, which equips students for the communications workplace and connects them with future employers. Our program covers the wide range of skills needed in today’s communications industry. In addition to our core areas of public relations and communication management, advertising, media production, and journalism, we offer courses in digital media design, writing, photography, working in radio, web design, social-media management, business and marketing.

Everyone is invited, including friends and family. No RSVP is required. Please feel free to share this information with anyone who may be interested in a career in communications. You can learn more about our program on our website, and about the Info Night on our Facebook event page.

Community Development/Community Economic Development Info Session: June 15, 2017

June 12, 2017 • Written by

Looking to become a facilitator of change in communities that are experiencing multiple barriers to development? Acquire a solid understanding of organizational development, program planning, and financial management of volunteer sector organizations and the how-to of starting a new social enterprise.

To learn more, join us for a free information session exploring Red River College’s Community Development/Community Economic Development program.

Date: June 15, 2017
Time: 6:30pm
Campus: Roblin Centre (160 Princess Street)
Room: A104

For more details contact Marianne Cerilli at or 204.632.2003.

Commerce Industry Sales & Marketing Information Session- May 10, 2017

April 11, 2017 • Written by

If you’ve ever thought about working in sales and marketing — Red River College’s Commerce Industry Sales and Marketing program offers the resources you need for a successful career.

At Red River College, we have unmatched connections to industry — and that’s just one of the many reasons why our grads get hired.

Join us at a free Commerce Industry Sales and Marketing info session.

  • Wednesday, May 10, 12-1pm
  • P107- 160 Princess Street
  • For more information please contact Lisa Jamieson at

Library Information Technology Information Session

January 24, 2017 • Written by


Red River College is pleased to announce that the Library and Information Technology program will be hosting an information session on the evening of Tuesday, February 7. This two-year diploma program is an excellent fit for people who enjoy working with technology and the public, and who love to read.

The session will be held at 160 Princess St., in Room A104, and will run from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

For more information about the evening please reach out to the program coordinator, Kelly Stifora, by phone at 204.949.8517 or email

Upcoming Information Sessions: Business Information Technology, and Business Technology Management

May 26, 2016 • Written by

BITJoin us at one of our upcoming information session exploring RRC’s Business Information Technology, Introduction to Business Information Technology and Business Technology Management programs.

  • Tuesday, June 7, 1:30-3:30pm, Room A104.
  • Tuesday, June 28, 1:30-3:30pm, Room P107.

Both information sessions will be taking place at Red River College’s Roblin Centre located at 160 Princess Street.

RSVP: Steve Lawrence at 204.949.8395 or


Skilled Trades at RRC

May 17, 2016 • Written by

PE CarpentryRed River College is a proud partner and supporter of apprenticeship training in Manitoba. In this blog post, we will focus on three RRC pre-employment trades programs – Carpentry, Electrical, and Plumbing – to explain how starting at RRC can set you on a path to earning a Red Seal, emblematic of having mastered your chosen trade.

What is a pre-employment trades program?
A pre-employment trades program is a short-term certificate program, focused on providing the student with a base of skills that will enable him or her to secure a Level 1 Apprenticeship in their chosen trade. While these programs are not mandatory for entering a trade, industry leaders have indicated they would much prefer to hire someone with a base of skill over someone with no skill at all.

What are the entrance requirements?
For Regular Admission, applicants must have completed, or be completing, a high school diploma that includes English, Math, and Science. Please consult the specific requirements in each program to determine the exact credits required.

What will I learn in a pre-employment trades program?
In all three of the programs highlighted, students will attend RRC full-time for five months. In that time the students will learn applied math, science, and communications, and they will spend significant time in training labs, learning and performing a range of hands-on activities. In Carpentry, for example, students will spend time learning how to operate a variety of hand tools related to construction.

What have I gained at the conclusion of a pre-employment trades program?
Upon completion, students will have earned a certificate from RRC. More importantly, they will have gained a base of industry-relevant skills designed to qualify them for employment as a Level 1 Apprentice in their chosen trade. Depending on how well the student performed, credit transfer into their apprenticeship might be possible. This could potentially speed up their time to completion.

What happens once I become an apprentice?
In these highlighted trades, apprentices will work through four levels toward earning a Red Seal, the top credential in their trade. Apprentices spend 1800 hours on the job in each level, with short stints in school to acquire relevant math, science, and communication knowledge as they progress.

Want to learn more? To find out more about pre-employment trades programs at RRC, contact us at To learn more about apprenticeship opportunities in this province, contact Apprenticeship Manitoba at

Business Administration Information Session May 11, 2016

April 25, 2016 • Written by

BusinessIf you’ve ever thought about working in marketing, human resources, financial services or accounting — or you aspire to be Manitoba’s next top entrepreneur — Red River College’s Business Administration program offers the resources you need for a successful career.

Apply your skills after just two years, or transfer your credits to complete a degree. At Red River College, we have unmatched connections to industry — and that’s just one of the many reasons why our grads get hired.

Join us at a free Business Administration program info session.

  • Wednesday, May 11, 12-1pm
  • P107- 160 Princess Street
  • For more information please contact Lisa Jamieson at

Health Information Management Information Session April 14, 2016

March 31, 2016 • Written by

Looking to develop the skills and knowledge you need to effectively manage the health information required for patient care, administration, research, and education? Red River College’s Health Information Management program trains you in the specialized techniques required to work in health information management. It offers a unique combination of medical, computer, and business courses to ensure your success.

Join us on April 14, from 1-3pm in the White Lecture Theatre on the Notre Dame Campus (2055 Notre Dame Ave) to learn more about our Health Information Management program.

For more information contact David Thomas at

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