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Tools & Supplies
You will engage in Problem Based Learning which focuses on group work, communication skills, critical thinking, and problem-solving. These skills are enhanced through scenario training which includes investigating crime scenes, identifying & seizing evidence, conducting witness & suspect interviews, completing investigational & prosecution reports, preparing evidence for a judicial processes, morning physical training, elder teachings, pipe ceremonies, ride along program, and community volunteer activities such as youth activities and the Run For The Cure.
Textbooks, supplies and uniforms for all of our programs and courses may be purchased at the ACC Bookstore at the Victoria Avenue East Campus, which is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Booklists are available from your school office 30 days prior to the start date of your program. Visit the Assiniboine Bookstore's website to learn more.
Our classrooms, labs and shops are equipped with the necessary equipment that you need to make the most of your experience. However, there are some tools and supplies that you will need to purchase for personal use to help you with your studies. Much of what you purchase you’ll be able to use after you graduate and begin your career. Tool and supply lists are available from the school office 30 days prior to the start date of the program.
Duration/Start 8 months/September
Optional Exit No
Co-op Work Placement No
Distance Delivery No
International Students No
Victoria Avenue East Campus
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