School of Health and Wellness
Programs in the School of Health and Wellness
Discover Your Role in Health and Wellness
Working in the integrated fields of health and wellness can mean many things; delivering frontline patient care, emergency response services, providing support, promoting prevention and lifelong wellness or managing the information and technology that underpins the system. All of our programs are built on the unique combination of foundational science and compassion, taught by highly skilled faculty.
You'll receive in-depth training in the classroom, lab, at clinical and field placement settings, optimizing the theoretical learning and practical experience you’ll need to be successful. Our focus is to prepare you to pass provincial exams and ensure you are confident and competent as you embark on your new career.
Our health programs undergo rigorous review by the governing bodies that oversee accreditation in their respective fields. This investigation ensures program curriculum, facilities and delivery standards are met or exceeded. See the Health Information Management, Practical Nursing, Pharmacy Technician, Occupational Therapist Assistant and Physiotherapist Assistant program pages for complete accreditation details.
Our lab features a fully-networked dispensary with 30 individual laptops equipped with industry standard KROLL software. The lab features dispensing, compounding, a long-term care and hospital setting, and a sterile preparation area. Working in this on-site pharmacy setting with the latest prescription preparation equipment, coupled with extensive work placement experience, ensures all students are industry ready when they graduate.
The Spa + Clinic at Fleming
Students in the Esthetician and the Massage Therapy programs will learn in a new, state-of-the-art Spa + Clinic facility. The focus is on wellness in this 4,470 square-foot lab that features client care areas for spa treatments, therapeutic massage, and a shared reception space. In this real-world setting students have the opportunity to provide a full-range of spa and therapeutic massage treatments to the public.
The Esthetician and Massage Therapy programs are delivered in compressed formats which means you can graduate and start your career sooner. The design of the Esthetician curriculum condenses two years of study into just 12 months, while the Massage Therapy program takes place over five consecutive semesters.
Biotechnology–Advanced graduate Stephanie Matteer was hired full-time after completing her internship at the Toronto Zoo. She currently works in the Reproductive Physiology Lab as a Research Assistant.
"My education at Fleming definitely played a big part in securing my job here. Not only did the Biotechnology program provide me with a well-rounded scientific knowledge base, but it also provided me with the technical skills and experience required to work in a lab environment."
Broaden Your Career Options in the Recreation and Fitness Sector
The Recreation and Leisure Services and Fitness and Health Promotion programs’ new common first year allows you to discover what area of this health-related industry best suits your goals. You’ll expand your skill base and you could earn a dual diploma in just five semesters.
Paramedic program grads make the grade
Nine out of the 14 new recruits at Peterborough County/ City Paramedics this year are Fleming graduates. These students were chosen from over 500 applicants.