Putting their skills to the test
Mohawk hosts PARE competition for Justice Studies students
Mohawk College hosted a Physical Abilities Requirement Evaluation (PARE) Competition at its Fennell Campus on November 13, 2018. PARE is an occupational test used to assess a person's ability to perform the physical demands of police work through simulating chasing, controlling, and apprehending a suspect. Mohawk was asked to host the competition by the RCMP. Mohawk students have traditionally performed very well in similar competitions such as the annual PREP (Physical Readiness Evaluation for Police) that is hosted at Sheridan College. The competition is also chance for recruiters to meet potential applicants and to show off Mohawk's training facilities.
1st place- Clayton Dehaan 1.53
2nd place- David MacMullen 1.53 (one time penalty)
3rd place – Conrad Tews 1.57
1st place- Shelby Hayward 2.12
2nd place- Jenna Downs (Sheridan) 2.17
3rd place – Stephanie Godden 2.28
Mohawk College educates and serves more than 30,000 full-time, part-time and apprenticeship students at three campuses in Hamilton, Ontario. Mohawk is among the leading colleges in Canada for applied research and is ranked number one for student and graduate satisfaction among colleges in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area.