Welcome to PROCEDE
A consultative body for Quebec’s English-language school boards
Adult General Education (AGE) enables Centres to offer various training and educational activities
Vocational training (VT)
enables students to acquire the occupational competencies demanded by the labour market
CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS
CENTRE OF EXPERTISE NETWORK
ADULT GENERAL EDUCATION
RÉCIT-VT Newsletter - September 2022
Welcome to the September RÉCIT-VT newsletter: pedagogical and technological information for the busy people of vocational training.
RÉCIT AGE Newsletter - September 2022
We hope that the start of the academic year was smooth and a little less eventful than ours. There are a few reminders in this issue to get you off on the right foot. The RÉCIT AGE team hopes that you have an excellent academic year!
PROCEDE Conference 2022 - details
Here are a few more details for the PROCEDE Conference 2022
The Manoir St-Sauveur is sold out for the conference. We are waiting to confirm the rates of the hotels nearby for those who were not able to secure a room at the Manoir. (less than 5 minutes away).
In the meantime, if you are having issues with your hotel reservation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
IMPORTANT! PLEASE READ BEFORE YOU REGISTER
The conference registration fee is $225 per person and
Montreal culinary school sells out of Queen Elizabeth cake
Getting back in the kitchen Friday was exactly what English chef Oli Harding needed after the death of Queen Elizabeth II. The professional cooking teacher is honouring Queen Elizabeth II by making a Queen Elizabeth cake, something he coincidentally taught students at the Pearson School of Culinary Arts just last week.
Awareness training on Indigenous Realities
The Continuing Education Service of the Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue (UQAT), in collaboration with the Ministère de l'Éducation du Québec (MEQ), is offering two training courses whose objectives, although distinct, are aimed at improving the understanding of Indigenous peoples’ realities as well as the acquisition of skills that will enable the provision of culturally more appropriate educational services to First Nations and Inuit students.