Continuing Education Clinical Pre-placement Health Form Requirements

You will need to complete a clinical pre-placement health form if your clinical/field placement requires proof of immunizations, blood test results, CPR certification and/or mask fit testing. A vulnerable (criminal record) check and standard first aid may also be required, depending on the certificate/course.

Are you a Continuing Education or part-time student? Complete the required health form found on this page.
Are you a full-time student? Do not use the forms on this page as they are not used for your program. Instead, visit the pre-placement health form requirements for full-time programs web page for forms and more information.

Clinical Pre-placement Health Forms (by General Subject Areas, Subjects and Courses)

Community Services

Personal Support Worker

Dental Health

Dental Assistant Level II Upgrade

Nursing

Nursing for Internationally Educated and Return-to-practice Nurses

Also see: NURS 1051 (Clinical Practice) Pre-placement Workshops

Registered Practical Nursing Diploma Completion

Also see: NURS 1051 (Clinical Practice) Pre-placement Workshops

Estimated Costs

Please note the current costs involved in completing your pre-placement health form with ParaMed's Requisite service:

  • Doctor's office charge for signing and completing the health form: $30 to $50
  • Chicken pox booster vaccine (if lab result shows non-immunity/non-reactive): $100 to $130
  • Hepatitis B booster vaccine (if lab result show non-immunity/non-reactive): $100 to $130
  • Two-step TB skin test: $75 to $90
  • CPR Level C/HCP Course: $70 to $100
  • ParaMed service fees (for visits, cancelled/missed visits, mask fit testing, photocopies)

This list is for reference only. This may not constitute the extent of fees encountered and (for those costs outside of ParaMed) are estimates only. Fees may vary from what is listed here and are subject to change without notice.

Police Vulnerable Sector Check Application Forms

  • For students who reside in Toronto: If you need to apply for or renew your police vulnerable sector check and you currently reside in the Toronto region with a postal code that starts with the letter M, you must meet with Suzette Martinuzzi, Clinical Pre-placement Co-ordinator, in order to receive a copy of the Toronto Police Service Consent to Disclosure form and have it signed by an authorized college representative.
    • To your scheduled appointment, you must bring a money order or bank draft of $20 (new fee effective January 1, 2015) made payable to Toronto Police Service and a government-issued photo identification card. (We do not accept cash, credit cards or personal cheques.)
    • Please be advised that it could take 4 to 8 weeks or longer to process your application. It is your responsibility to ensure that you receive the results of your police vulnerable sector check prior to your pre-placement health form deadline.
    • For detailed information, review the Instructions for the Toronto Police Service Check Application Form web page.
  • For students who reside in another region or province: If you live in another region or province, check your specific regional police services website (for example, Durham, Halton, Hamilton, Peel or York) and read their instructions carefully to learn about their requirements and the process for obtaining their application form. If you need a volunteer letter from the college in order to be eligible for the student fee rate, contact Suzette Martinuzzi. Please be advised that it could take up to 6 weeks for the police service to process your application.

Clinical Pre-placement Office and Contact Information

If you have any questions regarding your health form requirements or would like to book an appointment to visit the clinical pre-placement main office (see chart below), contact Suzette Martinuzzi, Clinical Pre-placement Coordinator, by phone at 416-415-5000 ext. 3415, by fax at 416-415-2613, or by email at smartinu@georgebrown.ca.

Day Hours Location Room
Monday 8 a.m.– 3:30 p.m. 51 Dockside Dr.,
Waterfront Campus, seventh floor
702
Tuesday 8 a.m.– 3:30 p.m. 51 Dockside Dr.,
Waterfront Campus, seventh floor
702
Wednesday 8 a.m.– 3:30 p.m. 51 Dockside Dr.,
Waterfront Campus, seventh floor
702
Thursday 8 a.m.– 3:30 p.m. 200 King St. E.,
St. James Campus, Building A, fourth floor
401B
Friday 8 a.m.– 3:30 p.m. 200 King St. E.,
St. James Campus, Building A, fourth floor
401B

Pre-placement Workshops

NURS 1051 (Clinical Practice) Pre-placement Workshops

If the Continuing Education Nursing co-ordinators have advised you that you are eligible to continue in and/or register for NURS 1051 (Clinical Practice) starting during the May 2017 intake, attend one of the mandatory scheduled pre-placement workshops to learn how to complete your external requirements for this course (no RSVP is required).

Date Time Location Room
Monday, December 5, 2016 2 – 3 p.m. 51 Dockside Dr.,
Waterfront Campus, concourse level
005
Monday, December 12, 2016 2 – 3 p.m. 51 Dockside Dr.,
Waterfront Campus, concourse level
005
Monday, December 19, 2016 2 – 3 p.m. 51 Dockside Dr.,
Waterfront Campus, concourse level
005
  • During this workshop, you will learn how to:
    • Successfully start, process and complete your health form, CPR Level HCP certificate card and mask fit test requirements prior to the Saturday, April 8, 2017 submission deadline.
    • Create an online account and book an appointment with ParaMed's Requisite service prior to the Saturday, April 8, 2017 submission deadline.
    • Apply for your regional police vulnerable sector check (both Toronto and other regions).
  • This workshop will not discuss and/or assess your College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) requirements or admission requirements for NURS 1051 (Clinical Practice). You must book an appointment with your nursing co-ordinator (refer to the list below) to get a personal academic plan directed by the CNO.
  • If you are a Toronto resident, bring the required payment and identification for your Toronto Police Service vulnerable sector check application form. Your completed form and payment will be collected at the orientation workshop. Residents of other regions should apply with their region directly.
  • Application week: You are eligible to complete your NURS 1051 (Clinical Practice) application for the May 2017 intake from Monday, February 6 to Friday, February 10, 2017, even if you have not started and/or completed the health form requirements. To obtain your application form, visit the Continuing Education Nursing department (51 Dockside Dr., Waterfront Campus, Room 229) between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. during that week only.
  • Course registration deadline: Once you have received your application form, you must register in and pay for NURS 1051 (Clinical Practice) by Friday, March 10, 2017. For more information, contact the Continuing Education Nursing department or visit the Continuing Education Office communication board located outside Room 229 at the Waterfront Campus.
  • ParaMed submission deadline: If you fail to complete the above requirements by the submission deadline of Saturday, April 8, 2017, you will be excluded from participation in NURS 1051 (Clinical Practice) and may be withdrawn from the course.
  • Academic IELTS testing: IELTS test results, or documentation from the CNO stating that you have met your English language fluency requirements, will be required when you submit your application. For detailed information about IELTS testing, contact George Brown College's official IELTS test centre by phone at 416-415-5000, ext. 2564 or by email at ielts@georgebrown.ca, contact the Continuing Education Nursing department or visit the Continuing Education Office communication board.