Registration Process

Step 2: Document Assessment

The College of Dietitians of Manitoba (the College) will reviews your IEP and required documents. If your degree or course work are NOT equivalent to Canadian standards, you may be advised to upgrade your academics in order to become eligible for registration. 

  • The College will instruct you to take specific courses in human nutritional sciences
  • You must complete the courses with a minimum mark of 70% (Grade level B)
  • You must ask your academic institution to send your transcripts directly to the College
  • The College will contact you by mail to inform you of the results

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If you are unfamiliar with the Nutrition Care Process terminology, complete the Dietitians of Canada Nutrition Care Process Tutorial Modules.

If your application includes dietetics practicum training that meets the Canadian standards, you may be eligible to undergo Step 3: Substantial Equivalence Testing (SET) assessment conducted by the University of Alberta.

Does your application meet the academic requirements? Does your application meet the practicum requirements? Potential Outcomes
Yes Maybe The College will invite you to undergo Step 3: SET assessment.
No No The College will advise you to undergo specific academic upgrading and practicum training.
Yes No The College will direct you to complete a Canadian dietetics program to receive the practical training required to be eligible for registration in Canada. In Manitoba, students enrolled in a dietetics training program must be registered with the College as a Dietetic Intern.
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Task 1: Self-Assessment
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