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Student Practice Education Core Orientation - Preparation Checklist
All students/faculty/residents participating in practice education must complete this checklist and maintain
currency of all applicable pre-requisites. Submit this form with supporting documentation to your school and
retain a copy for your records. It is your responsibility to re-submit an updated checklist as required.
Legal last name: Legal first name:
Your school email: Phone:
School: Program:
1. Pre-requ
isites - all students/residents*
The following are administered and tracked by
your school:
Renewal Period
Immunizations (per Practice Education Guidelines for BC)
CPR (as required by your program)
Flu Shot Annual
Criminal Records Check
5 years
(Or upon any subsequent
charge or conviction)
Fit Testing / Respiratory Protection
Annual (as required)
2. Student
Practice Education Core Orientation (SPECO
Online modules on LearningHub
Quick Reference Guide for account set-up
Introduction to Student Practice
Introduction, Information Privacy, Safety at Work, MSIP
Violence Prevention (Modules 1 8) 7317, 7318, 7321, 7323, 7324, 7327, 7328, 7329
Violence Prevention Classroom Training
May be required for high risk areas. Check with your schools and/or
health authority website.
Provincial Code Red Fire Safety Training (Acute & LTC Facilities) 10853 Annual
Infection Prevention and Control Practices for Direct/Clinical Care Providers 8300 2 years
Infection Prevention and Control Practices for Health Care Personnel Not
Involved in Direct Clinical Care
8301 2 years
Waste Management Basics 6007
WHMIS 2015 Provincial Course 6941 3 years
As per the Practice Education Guidelines, educational institutions are expected to maintain records of
completion for pre-requisites identified above.
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Health organization employees participating in p
ractice education at any health organization (including their
own) are required to provide completion record of above courses or equivalent to school.
Off site students completing their practicum experience at non-health organization site (eg. at school
campus), are only required to have current Criminal Records Check and meet relevant Confidentiality
requirements (see list below).
**Direct care is anyone who comes within 2 metres of patients, regardless of role.
(per Health Care Worker All Hazard Personal Protection Training Framework, BC Ministry of Health, April 2016)
3. Health organization specific pre-requisites -
all students/residents - each Health Authority or
organization may require additional pre-requisites, including e-learning for clinical systems access.
Confidentiality requirements must be met at each Health Authority you attend.
Confidentiality links
First Nations Health Authority
Fraser Health Authority
FHA Privacy & Confidentiality training
Interior Health Authority
Island Health
Island Health Student Practice Curriculum &
Confidential Info Management (CIM) Code of Practice
Northern Health Authority
NHA Acknowledgement form
Providence Health Care
PHC Undertaking form
Provincial Health Services Authority
PHSA Privacy & Confidentiality training
Vancouver Coastal Health
VCH Confidentiality
I agree that by completing the checklist and signing this form I have met the mandatory pre-requisites
and confidentiality form in preparation for my practice education placement. In addition, I am aware
that each health organization and placement site/location will have specific policies and additional
information that I must review and understand prior to commencing practice education activities.
Any requirements not met or completed may result in the cancellation or suspension of your practicum.
Ensure records are maintained and accurate. “The HCO may cancel practice education experience if there
is evidence that the student has not met the pre-requisites or orientation requirements.” (PEG 1-6)
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Signature Date
MARCH 4, 2020