Announcements

RECIT-VT Website update

The RECIT-VT website has had a major revamp and update done recently. Head on over to check it out: recitvt.qc.ca We are excited to announce our RECIT-VT webinar series that begin next week. These sessions will run twice weekly over the next few weeks: Tuesdays and Wednesdays, once at noon and again in late afternoon. Be sure to check out the variety of webinars being offered to all Voc. Ed. staff: https://sites.google.com/view/recit-vt/webinars  2020-21 Service Offer.

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Project RISE

With more and more centres using digital tools and environments, the RECIT AGE team is looking to support and accompany teachers in their new endeavours. Project RISE, which stands for Resources for Independent Student Engagement, will bring teachers together to build digital resources for students intended to develop their subject-specific competencies and autonomy  

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QESBA a proud annual sponsor of ‘Chapeau, les filles!’

The Quebec English School Boards Association (QESBA) is proud to salute all of the talented, courageous and determined winners announced of ‘Chapeau, les filles!’ 2019-2020.  QESBA is an annual sponsor of this important program, which honors and encourages women to pursue their studies and careers in vocational fields traditionally dominated by men. https://www.qesba.qc.ca/en/news/item/a-proud-annual-sponsor-of-chapeau-les-filles  

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Back-to-school plan for the Fall of 2020 (COVID-19)

Excerpt: Adult general education and vocational training In adult general education and vocational training, students and adult learners are encouraged to attend class in person, especially for practical and scientific laboratory activities and examinations. Students and adult learners must wear face coverings at all times, except when seated in a classroom with a minimum distance of 1.5 m between them. Physical distancing between students/adult learners and teachers must be maintained at all times, except in programs where it is impossible to…

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Registration – CHSLD orderly training

Working with seniors and vulnerable individuals is a rewarding experience. By completing the training program to become a CHSLD orderly (STC), you will be able to help people who need your care to recover or maintain their health. Every day, you will carry out various tasks that will enhance their quality of life and bring them comfort. If you want to make a difference in the lives of these individuals, choose a rewarding role by enrolling in the Health Care…

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