Education

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Dauphin has education opportunities for all ages. The City is home to the administrative offices of Mountain View School Division and a wide selection of post-secondary opportunities, from general interest courses to certificate and degree programs. Because learning is a lifelong process, numerous community and adult education classes are also available, including English as an additional language.

K-12 PROGRAMMING – Mountain View School Division

Serves approximately 3,200 students within its 16 schools. Five Kindergarten to Grade 6 elementary schools are located in Dauphin, one which offers French Immersion and another a Ukrainian bilingual program. Grade 7 and 8 classes are instructed at Mackenzie Middle School and Dauphin Regional Comprehensive Secondary School (DRCSS) provides high school programming and numerous technical vocational and apprenticeship programs.

 

 

POST-SECONDARY PROGRAMMING

First Year University

Starting September 2016, Brandon University will be offering in-person delivery of first year university courses in Dauphin. Courses being offered in Dauphin. Watch for further information or contact ced@dauphin.ca.

 

Dauphin is the home of Assiniboine Community College Parkland Campus. Parkland Campus offers accredited vocational programs, many which can be applied to programs at other post-secondary institutions. Options include: Business Administration; Early Childhood Educator; Comprehensive Health Care Aide; Practical Nursing (Dauphin is the site of ACC’s rotating Practical Nurse training program); Carpentry/Woodworking; and Construction Electrician.

The campus also offers a mature student high school program and an extensive selection of continuing education courses. Call 204-622-2222 to learn more about ACC Parkland Campus or click HERE.

 

Red River College offers its LPN-to-BN Bridging Program in Dauphin. Licensed Practical Nurses who successfully meet the program’s admission requirements will receive credit for the first year of a Bachelor of Nursing degree and will enter the program in year two. The next rural campus intake in Dauphin is scheduled for August 2017.

For information on this training opportunity, contact Red River College Enrolment Services at 204-632-2327.

Bachelor of Social Work Cohort

In partnership with local social work providers, University of Manitoba’s Faculty of Social Work Distance Delivery Program offers Bachelor of Social Work cohorts in Dauphin. A new cohort commenced in January 2013. For information about the program, contact U of M’s Distance Education Student Advisor at 1-800-432-1960 (ext. 6070), 204-474-6070 or email louise_sabourin@ad.umanitoba.ca.