Winnipeg Exam Centre
The Winnipeg Exam Centre offers development, oversight and administration of a number of practical, clinical examinations and assessments of health professional knowledge, skill and competence. Services are provided to regulatory and credentialing organizations on a regional and national level, including the Medical Council of Canada, the Pharmacy Credentialing Board of Canada, the Canadian Alliance of Physiotherapy Regulators and the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Manitoba. Development of specialized assessments is also provided on a case-by-case basis.

The Winnipeg Exam Centre provides examination services to organizations and agencies concerned with credentialing of health professionals. The following exams are currently offered or administered:

CAPE (Clinicians’ Assessment and Practice Enhancement) Assessment: The CAPE assessment is a three-day assessment designed to assess the knowledge, skills and attitudes of physicians, relevant to practice.

Clinical Assistant Assessment (CAA): The CAA is an assessment for practice readiness for those health professionals looking to work as a Clinical Assistant in Manitoba. The assessment is offered by referral only from the CPSM.

Medical Council of Canada Examinations: CAP oversees the administration of the National Assessment Collaboration Examination (NAC) and the LMCC Qualifying Examination, Part 2 (QEII).

Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada: CAP oversees the administration of the practical examinations for both pharmacists (OSCE) and pharmacy technicians (OSPE).

Canadian Alliance of Physiotherapy Regulators (CAPR): CAP oversees the administration of the Physiotherapy Competency Examination required for licensure as a physiotherapist in Canada.

For further information about potential for new examinations to be developed or hosted through the Winnipeg Exam Centre, please contact:

Director, Clinician Assessment Programs
Natalie MacLeod Schroeder