- 2 Weeks online
- 16 Weeks in the classroom
- 288 min Hours of Practicum
- Must Have AFA, MFR or EMR Certification
The Application Fee is $100.00 and must be paid prior to the processing of the application.
*** Effective January 2023 there will be an increase to cover the New PCP Enhancement Training***
PCP Tuition - $8500.00
Additional Mandatory Courses - $1000.00
PCP Books are sold separately so students can shop around and find the best deal they can to keep costs down. We do sell the book package here if needed for $1500.00.
A book list will be provided to you once you are accepted.
All PCP students are required to purchase and wear at least one full uniform (duty pants and shirt + patches and epaulets) for the duration for the course. This is sold separately and can be obtained at TST Canada in Spruce Grove upon acceptance.
Payment Methods Accepted:
Debit Card On Site Visa M/C By phone or On siteCheck.
***All fees are payable to The Western Institute of Emergency Education Inc***E-Transfer can be made to firstname.lastname@example.org
Refunds Policy: Registration Fee:
Any cancellations after 7 business days after you have been accepted, the Registration Fee is non-refundable.
The PCP Program at is licensed by the Private Career Colleges Branch, Alberta Advanced Education. Cancellation and refund policies for the EMR Program are made in accordance with Training Regulation. Any refunds of tuition fees depend on the percentage of training provided as of the withdrawal date and are listed in the Enrolment Contract signed by WIEE and the student.
As a note, we feel it is important that students receive as much information as possible prior to starting their program in order to be able to plan accordingly for success. Practicum sites are dynamic and are located throughout Alberta. While we do our best to place students at their location of preference, we cannot guarantee placement at the student's first choice site.
To be successful at this stage of the program, students are required to travel and operate within their preceptor's work schedule. As a result, students must be aware of the potential for extra costs such as fuel for travel, food, and occasionally accommodations for sites that do not offer student lodging. These costs are not included in tuition or covered by WIEE.
This will be discussed further in a full day of practicum orientation in class.