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SPECO ( curriculum )

SPECO (curriculum) is mandatory online education that is required for all students that will have practicum placements in BC Health Authorities. Please click on the Enroll in Curriculum button to receive a list of required courses to complete.

Health Authority staff attending post-secondary programs that require student practicum placements also need to complete this education. As an employee you may have completed many of the prerequisites for practicum placement. Simply enroll in the SPECO (curriculum), review the courses listed and take the online courses that are not complete or require renewal.

Upon completion please print the SPECO orientation checklist and a record of completion for the SPECO curriculum to submit to your school.


  • Students and faculty participating in practicum placements with BC Health Authorities
  • Residents
  • Health authority staff attending a post-secondary program that requires a student practicum placement
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Students, faculty, residents and health authority staff attending a post-secondary program that requires a student practicum placement.

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1. Violence Prevention: Introduction to Violence Prevention


2. Violence Prevention: Recognize Risks and Behaviours


3. Violence Prevention: Assess and Plan: Part 1 - Complete Point-of-Care Risk Assessments


4. Violence Prevention: Assess and Plan: Part 2 - Develop Behavioural Care Plans


5. Violence Prevention: Respond to the Risk: Part 1 - Perform De-escalation Communication


6. Violence Prevention: Respond to the Risk: Part 2 - Perform De-escalation Strategies


7. Violence Prevention: Respond to the Risk: Part 3 - Determine When and How to Get Help


8. Violence Prevention: Report and Communicate Post-Incident


Infection Prevention and Control Practices for Direct Clinical Care Providers


Introduction to Student Practice


Provincial Code Red - Fire Safety Training (Acute & Residential Facilities)


Waste Management Basics


WHMIS 1988 (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System)


WHMIS 2015 - Provincial Course


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