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Program-specific fees


Depending on your program, some additional fees may apply to cover your course materials, technology, uniforms or other costs that are associated with your field of study.

2019-20 Program Specific fees

Co-op and lab fees

Co-op Fees

For programs with Co-op placements, additional fees apply. These fees cover a portion of the costs related the the administration and services of co-operative education programs. Payment of this fee does not guarantee employment.

Other program and course fees

Some programs and courses will incur costs above standard tuition and ancillary fees including fees associated with field trips, program materials, OntarioLearn fees, and equipment and clothing retained by students.

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Program fee details

As a requirement of the paramedic programs, students will need to purchase course materials before starting classes. This includes books, uniforms, equipment and supplies.

All uniform and equipment requirements may be purchased on campus through Bear Essentials (excluding the exceptions listed below)  once the requirement list becomes available through your course registration process.

Two items NOT available through Bear Essentials are:

  • Electronic devices – it is recommended that students possess a portable electronic Apple IOS or Android device (minimum 32G). These devices will be used for multiple purposes throughout your time with us. In keeping with our green initiatives, all documentation related to program placements (hospital and preceptorships) will be completed using an electronic documentation platform. Since the documentation may be completed while onsite, we recommend a device which can be kept on your person at all times. More information related to the documentation software we have adopted for the program will be available at orientation.
  • Your uniform boots:
    • this is a very personal choice with regard to comfort and financial resources – there are two boot requirements
    • they must be black
    • they must be CSA-approved – CSA-approved equipment is identified by a visible green triangle on the body of the foot

We recommend an above the ankle boot – they help stabilize you for lifting requirements.

All required items and prices (with the exception of boots) will be visible on your book list when you are prompted by the Registrar’s Office to register for your classes.

Uniform samples are available for fitting purposes in the Barrie Bear Essentials Store at the Barrie campus so please feel free to visit the store once you have your book list. Store hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday.

All uniform pieces and equipment must be paid for in full at the time you place your order with Bear Essentials.

NOTE: The approximate cost of uniforms and equipment purchased through Bear Essentials is $800 (subject to change). This does NOT include books, boots and the iPad mini.

Flightlab (AVIA1002) introduces the practical aspects of flight from the cockpit of an aircraft thereby enhancing the theoretical portion of our three-year Aviation Management diploma program. The course consists of six hours of in-flight instruction in a four-seat aircraft (along with three other students and your pilot) as well as 2 hours of ground briefing.

Flightlab will run concurrently with Aviation Orientation (AVIA1000) in Semester 1. Aviation Orientation is the theory component of FLIGHTLAB. Upon completion of this course, students will have demonstrated the ability to:

  • Explain aircraft documentation and identify aircraft pre-flight procedures.
  • Describe weather factors relating to flight safety procedures.
  • Outline various air maneuvers and emergency procedures.
  • Explain basic instrument navigation techniques.
  • Associate weight and balance calculations with aircraft performance calculations.
  • Explain VOR and ADF tracking.
  • Verbally demonstrate aircraft handling procedures.

Advanced Flightlab (AVIA2001) continues and enhances the principles introduced in Flightlab. It applies VFR navigation theory of the program through cross-country flight and reinforces navigation and navigation aid concepts from the cockpit of an aircraft. The course consists of five hours of in-flight instruction (along with three other students and your pilot) as well as two hours of ground briefing. Advanced Flightlab will run concurrently with Navigation and Navigation Aids (AVIA2002) in Semester 4. Navigation and Navigation Aids is the theory component of Advanced Flightlab. Upon completion of this course, students will have demonstrated the ability to:

  • Prepare VFR cross country flights.
  • Participate in a VFR cross country flight.
  • Participate in an IFR cross country flight.
  • Explain the operation of instruments used in IFR navigation.

After completing both FLIGHTLAB and Advanced FLIGHTLAB, students will have received a total of four hours of ground training and 11 hours of in-flight training. The in-flight training in both courses will be with three other students, plus the pilot, in a four-seat aircraft. The combined 11 hours of in-flight training is designed to enhance training in a cockpit environment at a significantly reduced cost than that of a student obtaining this level of training privately.

Your cost

The cost of FLIGHTLAB is $610 and includes flight and ground transportation. This cost is included in your total first-year fees which are due in June. The cost for Advanced FLIGHTLAB is estimated at $610 and will be due at the same time as your Semester 4 fees (due in March – price subject to change without notice).

If you currently have a PPL, commercial pilot’s licence or have completed more than 22.5 hours of flight time toward your PPL, you may apply for an exemption from FLIGHTLAB and Advanced FLIGHTLAB. In addition, if you have passed the Transport Canada ground school test, you may apply for an exemption from Aviation Orientation. Exemptions will be granted on an individual basis. Please contact the Aviation Management Co-ordinator at 705.728.1968, ext 1419, for more details.

Ground transportation

Transportation to the airport from the college is included in the FLIGHTLAB and Advanced FLIGHTLAB fees. There will be no weekend flying required unless weather conditions dictate a change in the established flight timetables.

Aside from tuition, housing, and your personal expenses, there are some costs that Marine students incur:

Marine Emergency Duties (MED’s) are not included in your tuition but are required for co-op placement and to obtain a licence after graduation. The costs below are approximate prices and are subject to change.

Full-time student (cadet) rates:

Year 1                                                                                              Year 2

STCW Basic Safety: $975 approx.                                   Proficiency in Survival Craft: $775 approx.

Marine Advanced First Aid: $395 approx.                    Advanced Fire Fighting: $1,060 approx.

These four courses combined would cost over $6200 approximately. if taken outside of the cadet programs!

The Marine Emergency Duty Training will be held in Owen Sound at various locations on campus and around the city.

Marine Security Training

All cadets will require training in marine security prior to first co-op placement. Course fee is approximately $95.

Marine Engineering Technology program

  • coveralls – approximately $60
  • propulsion Plant Simulator Exam Preparation and Exam $400
  • optional 4th Class Exam Prep $300

 Marine Technology – Navigation program

  • Chart Work Tools – approximately $50

Costs for both Marine Engineering Technology and Marine Technology – Navigation (all approximate)

  • textbooks – $500 per year
  • parking – $160 per semester(optional/approx.)
  • Transport Canada Simulator exam – $60
  • steel-toed boots – $125
  • uniform – $100
  • Transport Canada Marine Medical – $125

To be successful in this program, you are required to have a personal notebook computer (either PC or Mac* architecture) prior to the start of the program that meets or exceeds the following hardware specifications:

Hardware

  • Intel i5 processor or AMD equivalent
  • 8GB of memory (16GB recommended)
  • 250GB hard drive (SSD recommended)

Your existing notebook computer may satisfy the above hardware requirements.

To be successful in this program, you are required to have a personal notebook computer (either PC or Mac* architecture) prior to the start of the program that meets or exceeds the following hardware specifications:

Hardware

  • Intel i5 processor or AMD equivalent
  • 12GB of memory (16GB recommended)
  • 250GB hard drive (SSD recommended)

Your existing notebook computer may satisfy the above hardware requirements.

To be successful in this program, you are required to have a personal notebook computer (either PC or Mac* architecture) prior to the start of the program that meets or exceeds the following hardware specifications:

Hardware

  • Intel i5 processor or AMD equivalent
  • 4GB of memory (8GB recommended)
  • 250GB hard drive

Your existing notebook computer may satisfy the above hardware requirements.

Baking uniform requirements

The baking uniform has been designed and selected to work in accordance with program curriculum and is required in all practical laboratories for the Baking and Pastry Arts certificate program.

Note: All Baking students are required to wear their complete uniforms starting the first week of classes – Week 1 – in all practical labs.

  • pron: Travail bib blue (2 )
  • jacket:
    • Julius chef – male (2)
    • Julia chef – female (2) 
  • pants: Funandoc blue white stripes (1)
  • towels: Mineur (3)
  • BAKE Cap: “La Coppola Storta” (1)
  • name tag – embroidery (2)*
  • appropriate footwear (1)**

*Students’ name embroidered on chef jacket at time of purchase.

**Safety shoes are not included or sold as part of the uniform kit; however, they are required for use in all practical labs – see below for more info.

Students may order their baking uniform online at http://www.clickauniform.com/.

Please read and follow the instructions on the website carefully. The website includes detailed uniform requirements, sizing charts and payment methods. The uniform package will be shipped directly to your home.

Uniforms and uniform pieces may also be purchased at:

  • The Uniform Store, 21 Commerce Park Dr., Unit A, Barrie ON L4N 8X1
  • phone: 705.721.4313 or toll-free 1.800.387.0641
  • fax: 705.990.0363
  • email: sales@theuniformstoreonline.com

Safety shoe requirements

Food industry safety shoes required in all practical laboratories for the Baking and Pastry Arts certificate program and must meet the following criteria:

  • black shoes with slip-resistant soles
  • stitching in the shoes should be oil-resistant
  • shoes must be made of a material that will prevent puncture from a dropped knife
  • material must also be easily cleaned and sanitized and prevent the accumulation of soil that can support the growth of pathogens
  • shoes must have closed toes and provide arch support

There are many safety companies and manufacturers whose footwear meets the above criteria at a reasonable cost. Please note that if you choose a clog-style shoe, it must be designed for the professional kitchen environment (Crocs are not acceptable).

If you need to discuss this or want further clarification with elements of the uniform requirements, please contact your professor or program co-ordinator.

Tool kit requirements

Tool kits have been designed to work in accordance with program curriculum and required in all practical laboratories for the Baking and Pastry Arts certificate program.

Students may order their baking tool kits online at http://www.canadacutlery.ca/skusearch.asp?pg=1&stext=21764. Cost is $350 (CDN).

Please read and follow the instructions on the website carefully. If you require further assistance when placing your order, please contact Mike Byrne, Sales Consultant, Canada Cutlery Inc. at 1.800.698.8277.

Note: All Baking students are required to use tool kits starting the first week of classes – Week 1 – in all practical labs.

If you need to discuss or want further clarification with the elements of the tool kit requirements, please contact your professor or program co-ordinator.

Anthony Borgo, RSE, CCC, CBS, Program Co-ordinator, Baking and Pastry Arts certificate program and Professor, Culinary and Cook Apprenticeship programs, Hospitality, Tourism and Recreation:

Tool and uniform requirements for culinary labs

Students are required to wear approved uniforms in all culinary labs. This is to ensure that sanitation, safety and brand standards are met in the course delivery.

Culinary students are required to have their complete uniforms for the first week of classes, Week 1, in all practical labs.

Uniforms can be purchased online at www.clickauniform.com or by calling 1. 800.387.0641 (toll-free) or 705.721.4313. You will see the detailed uniform requirement, sizing charts and payment methods. The uniform package will be shipped to your home. The package is sold as a kit to ensure competitive pricing from our suppliers.

If you live in the Barrie area, you may purchase uniforms at 21 Commerce Park Dr., Unit D, Barrie ON

Safety shoe requirements

Safety shoes are not included in uniform kits but are required for labs.

  • black shoes with slip-resistant soles
    • stitching in the shoes should be oil-resistant
    • shoes must be made of a material that will prevent puncture from a dropped knife
    • material must also be easily cleaned and sanitized and prevent the accumulation of soil that can support the growth of pathogens
    • shoes must have closed toes and provide arch support

There are many safety companies and manufacturers whose footwear meets these criteria for a reasonable cost. Please note that if you choose a clog-style shoe, it must be designed for the professional kitchen environment (Crocs are not acceptable).

Tool kits

The Culinary program tool kits are a course requirement for Culinary Management, Culinary Skills and Chef Training programs. Tool kits have been designed to work in accordance with program curriculum and are available for purchase through: http://www.CanadaCutlery.ca/georgian-college.html.

Please read and follow the instructions on the website carefully. If you do not have access to the internet, or you require further assistance in placing your order, please call Canada Cutlery at 1.800.698.8277.

Textbook requirements for labs

  • On Cooking – A Textbook of Culinary Fundamentals, 6th Canadian Edition

Questions?

Phil Leach
Co-ordinator – Culinary programs
philip.leach@georgiancollege.ca or 705.728.1968, ext. 1833

Anthony Bevan, CCC
Co-ordinator – Culinary programs
anthony.bevan@georgiancollege.ca or 519.376.0840, ext. 2461

Students will learn to design, fabricate, fit and adjust complete and partial dentures for community clients at Georgian’s Oral Health Clinic located in the Sadlon Centre for Health, Wellness and Sciences. Students are required to purchase a toolkit at the start of the program to support the fabrication and adjustment of dentures at an additional cost.

Toolkits are available directly through two suppliers and may be purchased during the first week of classes. The items in the toolkit are those which denturists will use in their practice, however they are available at a large discount to our students as they begin the program.

Fees (semester 1)

  • uniform: $200
  • student kit: $200

Fees (semester 3)

  • make-up kit: $500

PLEASE NOTE that the Esthetician program has a strict “no jewellery” policy and a uniform requirement for all labs and clinics.

If you are enrolled in any of the programs listed below, you will be required to wear protective footwear to prevent injury when working in some of the labs.

  • Art and Design Fundamentals
  • Fine Arts
  • Goldsmithing and Silversmithing
  • Interior Design – first year only
  • Jewellery and Metals

The footwear must meet CSA standard Z195-09 for Protective Footwear.  There are two levels of protection: green triangle and yellow triangle. Green triangle provides better protection and is more common, therefore is the preferred footwear.  

Marking
Protective Footwear green triangleGreen triangle footwear has sole puncture protection with a Grade 1 protective toe (withstand impact up to 125 joules).
Protective footwear yellow triangleYellow triangle footwear has sole puncture protection and Grade 2 protective toe (withstand impact up to 90 joules)

Local retailers offer affordable alternatives for protective footwear in a variety of styles. However, we may also invite a business that sells protective footwear to the campus at the beginning of the fall semester, for your convenience.

If you have any questions please contact your program co-ordinator.

(This information is subject to ongoing review and change.)

Required supplies and tools

Estimated expenses for incoming students – the following items will need to be purchased through the bookstore:

  • toolkit
  • colour kit
  • mannequins and stand

Approximate total: $2,500

This information is subject to ongoing review and change.

Students are required to wear approved uniforms in all physical fitness classes. This is to ensure that safety and uniform standards are met in the course delivery.

Students are required to have their complete uniforms for the second week of classes – WEEK 2 – in fitness classes.

Fitness uniforms can be purchased online – please read and follow instructions on the website carefully, which includes detailed uniform requirements, sizing charts and credit card payment methods.

Sizing samples are available at Georgian Stores on campus to ensure correct sizing. Additional instructions will be provided to help you place your order online. The uniform package will be shipped to your campus bookstore.

The packages are sold as a kits to ensure competitive pricing from our suppliers. All sales are FINAL. Please ensure you have carefully reviewed your order and sizes before finalizing your order.

General inquiries

  • Amy Lagacy – Program Assistant
  • 705.728.1968, ext. 3074
  • email: Amy Lagacy

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To be successful in this program, you are required to have a personal notebook computer (either PC or Mac* architecture) prior to the start of the program that meets or exceeds the following hardware specifications:

Hardware ($800 to $1,200)

  • Intel i3 processor or AMD equivalent
  • 4GB of memory
  • 250GB hard drive

Operating system (included with hardware)

  • Microsoft Windows (version 7 or later) or Apple OS X (version 10.7 or later)*

Software ($800)

  • Adobe Photoshop**
  • Adobe Illustrator**
  • Adobe Dreamweaver**
  • Adobe Flash**
  • Microsoft Office***
  • Microsoft Visual
  • Studio***

Total estimated cost: $1,600 to $2,000

Your existing notebook computer may satisfy the above hardware requirements.

Questions?

*Mac users will need to be have Microsoft Windows installed either as a disk partition or using a third-party virtualization software package

**All Adobe products are available via a monthly subscription licence fee (estimated at $40/month)

***Microsoft product licences are provided through an agreement with Microsoft Canada at no additional cost

Required hand tools

  • good quality approved safety glasses and safety boots
  • ¼” drive BASIC ratchet set including standard and metric sockets
  • 3/8” drive BASIC ratchet set including standard and metric sockets
  • combination wrench set 5/16” – 7/8”
  • combination wrench set 6 mm – 20 mm
  • soft-faced hammer (medium size)
  • ball peen hammer (16 oz)
  • pliers: Needle nose, slip joint and channel lock types
  • wire stripper and connector/crimping tool (good quality)
  • diagonal side cutters 6”
  • Feeler gauge set (flat)
  • spark plug gapping tool
  • screwdriver set (Philips, flat and Torx)
  • punch set
  • 12” square
  • tape measure
  • utility knife
  • gasket scrapper
  • digital multi meter (reasonable quality)
  • hack saw (with spare blade)
  • small flashlight
  • toolbox (tote or drawer type) small with lock

All tools and toolboxes must be able to fit in a two-foot by two-foot storage cabinet.

Estimated tool kit costs: $500 and up

Suggested location to purchase tools: Canadian Tire

You will also be required to purchase a $125 parts/accessory kit per semester directly from the college.

Questions?

As a requirement of the paramedic programs, students will need to purchase course materials before starting classes. This includes books, uniforms, equipment and supplies.

All uniform and equipment requirements may be purchased on campus through Bear Essentials (excluding the exceptions listed below)  once the requirement list becomes available through your course registration process.

Two items not available through Bear Essentials are:

  • electronic devices – it is recommended that students possess a portable electronic Apple IOS or android device (min. 32G)
    • this device will be used for multiple purposes throughout your time with us
    • in keeping with our green initiatives, all documentation related to program placements (hospital and preceptorships) will be completed using an electronic documentation platform
    • since the documentation may be completed while onsite, we recommend a device which can be kept on your person at all times
    • more information related to the documentation software we have adopted for the program will be available at orientation.
  • your uniform boots:
    • this a very personal choice with regard to comfort and financial resources – there are two boot requirements:
    • must be black
    • must be CSA-approved – CSA-approved equipment is identified by a visible green triangle on the body of the foot

We recommend an above the ankle boot – they help stabilize you for lifting requirements.

All required items and prices (with the exception of boots) will be visible on your book list when you are prompted by the Registrar’s Office to register for your classes.

Uniform samples are available for fitting purposes in the Barrie Bear Essentials Store at the Barrie campus so please feel free to visit the store once you have your book list. Store hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday.

All uniform pieces and equipment must be paid for in full at the time you place your order with Bear Essentials.

NOTE: The approximate cost of uniforms and equipment purchased through Bear Essentials is $800 (subject to change). This does NOT include books, boots and the iPad mini.

 

WEEK 1 EQUIPMENT NEEDS WEEK 8 EQUIPMENT NEEDS OPTIONAL
  • DSLR or Mirrorless Camera
  • Tripod
  • Light Meter
  • External Hard Drive
  • Memory Card Reader
  • Two (2) Camera batteries
  • Equipment Bag
  • Tether Cable
  • Two (2) Transceivers
  • External Camera Flash
  • Rechargeable AA Batteries

 

  • Paid Adobe CC Subscription
  • Personal Computer/Laptop

 

 ESTIMATED COSTS

ITEM(S) Good Better Best
Camera/Lens $1100 $2700 $3904
Flash $430 $430 $690
Equipment $1013 $1013 $1452
Accessories $565 $565 $615
Printing/Presentation $250/yr. $250/yr. $250/yr.
TOTAL $3358 $4958 $6911

 

CAMERAS: Choose One DSLR or Mirrorless Camera

 

DSLR Cameras Good Better Best
Canon T7i w/ 18-55mm IS Lens $1150 80D w/ 18-135mm IS Lens $2400 6D MKII w/ 24-105mm L Lens $4050
Nikon D5600 w/ 18-55mm VR Lens $1050 D7500 w/ 18-140mm VR Lens $2100 D750 w/ 24-120mm VR Lens $3250
Mirrorless Cameras Better Best
Sony A7 III w/ 28-70mm Lens $2800 A7R III w/ 28-70mm Lens $4530
Fuji X-T3 w/ 18-55mm OIS Lens $2400
Canon Canon RP w/ 24-105mm
Lens $3100
Canon R w/ 24-105mm
Lens $4400
Nikon Nikon Z6 w/ 24-70mm
Lens $3400
Nikon Z7 w/ 24-70mm
Lens $4800

*Suggested camera makes/models are guaranteed to work with software and equipment provided on campus – other makes/models might have unforeseen limitations.

 

FLASHES: Choose One for Your Camera Brand

External Flashes Better Best
Canon 430-EX $390 600-EX $700
Nikon SB-700 $450 SB-5000 $770
Sony HVL-F45 $550 HVL-F60 $730
Fuji EF-42 $330 EF-X500 $550

 

EQUIPMENT: Choose One from Each Item

ITEM(S) Good Better Best
Tripod Manfrotto 290 Xtra w/ 804-3W Pan head $250 Manfrotto 290 Xtra w/ 804-3W Pan head $250 Manfrotto 190XP33W w/ 3W Head $470
Light Meter Sekonic L-478D $450 Sekonic L-478D $450 Sekonic L-478DR $550
Transceivers Pocketwizard Plus X Transceiver 2 Pack $260 Pocketwizard Plus X Transceiver 2 Pack $260 Pocketwizard Plus III Trigger/Transciever (x2) $380
Tether Cables Canon T7i Canon 80D Canon 6D MK II
Tether Tools TetherPro USB 2.0 to Mini-B 5-Pin 15’ $49 TetherPro USB 2.0 to Mini-B 5-Pin 15’ $49 TetherPro USB 2.0 to Mini-B 5-Pin 15’ $49
Tether Cables Nikon D5600 D7500 D750
Tether Tools TetherPro USB 2.0 to Micro-B 5-Pin 15’ $53 TetherPro USB 2.0 to Micro-B 5-Pin 15’ $53 TetherPro USB 2.0 to Mini-B 8-Pin 15’ $45
Tether Cables Sony A7 III Sony A7R III
Tether Tools TetherPro USB 3.0 to USB-C 15’ $43 TetherPro USB 3.0 to USB-C 15’ $43
Tether Cables Fuji X-T3
Tether Tools TetherPro USB 3.0 to USB-C 15’ $43

 

HARDWARE: Choose One from Each Item

ITEM(S) Better Best
Laptop(Optional) CPU Processor i5
RAM 16GB
SSD Drive 500GB
$1500
CPU Processor i7
RAM 16GB +
SSD Drive 1TB
$2500
Monitor(Optional) 21” Screen
$150
21”+ Screen
$200
Hard Drive 1 AC Powered
2TB $100
AC Powered
4TB $150

 

ACCESSORIES: You will need all of the following item(s)

ITEM(S) Notes Quantity
Equipment Bag
$150
Choose a bag that accommodates all of your equipment/supplies with some room to grow – backpack styles are ideal 1
Camera Batteries $200 Specific to your camera brand AND model 2
Memory Cards $100 16GB or larger capacity – specific to your camera (SD or CF) 2
Card Reader $35 Multi card OR specific to your memory card – SanDisk, Lexar or Delkin are reputable Brands 1
Rechargeable AA Batteries + Charger $30 Panasonic ‘Eneloop’ OR Energizer ‘Recharge’ are reputable brands 4+
 

SOFTWARE

Adobe CC $310 Subscription for Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom – Annual OR Monthly subscription (Creative Cloud Photography) 1 (2 year subscription)

 

As a requirement of the Pre-Service Firefighter Education & Training Program, students will need to purchase course materials. This includes books, uniforms, personal protective equipment and supplies.

All uniforms and equipment requirements may be purchased on campus through Bear Essentials (excluding exceptions listed below) once the requirement list becomes available through your course registration process.

Note: some items will be purchased through Bear Essentials, however require an outside agency to perform sizing. The program coordinator will arrange the sizing within the first week of classes. After sizing is complete, the purchase can been made through Bear Essentials.

Items purchased through Bear Essentials:

  • books
  • Firefighter Station Uniform:
    • note: Sizing for the uniform will take place during orientation – this cannot be purchased before the program starts
  • Personal Protective Equipment – equipment includes:
    • firefighter boots
    • gloves
    • balaclava
    • helmet
    • self-contained breathing apparatus mask
    • note: sizing for equipment will take place during orientation – this cannot be purchased before the program starts
  • Georgian Pre-Service Firefighter Education and training  t-shirts
    • t-shirts are available and regularly stocked for purchase through Bear Essentials at any time
    • students are required to purchase at least one (1) t-shirt

The use, maintenance and cleaning of the firefighter protective clothing (bunker pants and coat) and the self-contained breathing apparatus mask fit testing are included in the ancillary fees.

The following items NOT available through Bear Essentials:

  • uniform boots: this is a very personal choice with regard to comfort and financial resources – there are three boot requirements

    • must be black
    • must be CSA-approved (identified by a visible green triangle on the body of the boot)
    • must be above the ankle to help stabilize you for lifting requirements
  • Office of the Fire Marshal Provincial Testing Fee: upon successful completion of the Pre-Service Firefighter Education and Training program, students are eligible to write the following standardized exams:
    • NFPA 1001 Firefighter 1
    • NFPA 1001 Firefighter 2
    • NFPA 472 Hazardous Materials Awareness Level
    • NFPA 472 Hazardous Materials Operations Level
  •  fee for this testing is approximately $150 and will be paid at the end of the program

All required textbooks, equipment and prices (except uniform boots and OFM testing fee) will be visible on your book list when you are prompted by the Registrar’s Office to register for your classes.

All uniform and personal protective equipment pieces must be paid in full at the time you place your order with Bear Essentials. The chart below breaks down the approximate cost for equipment and supplies:

Required equipment Approximate fee
Personal Protective Equipment (includes helmet, gloves, balaclava, boots, mask) $1,500
Firefighter Station Uniform $125
Georgian Pre-Service Firefighter Education and Training t-Shirts $14