Admissions Policy and Procedures

Admissions Policy and Procedures

Admissions policy

Non-Discrimination Statement

In its admissions, instruction, and graduation policies, the Healing Zone Training Centre practices no discrimination based on race, religion, colour, financial status, gender, ethnic origin, age, veteran status, or sexual orientation. 

The Healing Zone Training Centre is an equal opportunity education facility that believes diversity leads to strength and places high value on training for all, regardless of age, race, gender, ethnic origin, disability, or religion.

Student recruitment

we do not poach.

The Healing Zone Training Centre may not recruit students currently attending or admitted to another training centre offering a similar program of study. A person is eligible for regular entry into The Healing Zone Training Centre if the student meets the following criteria:

  • Must be at least 17 years of age. Age is checked with the individual's ID.  A birth certificate or passport will be required if no ID is available.
  • Have a high school diploma or high school transcript showing a graduation date.
  • Students must have a recognized equivalent of a high school diploma—alternatively, a general education diploma or other qualification.
  • Must provide payment in full or with a payment agreement and post-dated cheques at admission.

Admissions interview

what happens at an admissions interview

Each potential student must undergo an interview conducted by a member of our faculty team at The Healing Zone Training Centre before acceptance into any program. The interview is to provide information to the student regarding The Healing Zone Training Centre and to answer any questions the student may have, to discuss the career goals, expectations, and special needs of each student, and to communicate the admissions policies and to assist them in the preparation of an admissions application.  A faculty member will review each application, and the student will be notified immediately of any rejection.

Should English not be the student's first language, an English test will be taken at the interview.

What happens next

starting classes

Once accepted to the program, a student must complete an Enrollment Agreement, provide a copy of their Emirates ID or Passport, and complete all necessary paperwork.