In October 2022, the Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board hosted the annual PROCEDE conference, highlighting Adult Education and Vocational Training.
The conference was held LIVE at the beautiful Manoir St-Sauveur in the Laurentians on October 12, 13 & 14, 2022.
2021 PROCEDE Conference cancelled due to COVID.
2020 PROCEDE Conference cancelled due to COVID.
The Western Quebec team was proud to host the 2019 annual PR.O.C.E.D.E Conference. Learning with a View brought together speakers and workshop facilitators from around the globe as they explored new perspectives and approaches on staff and student learning. Participants were welcomed to the Outaouais in the beautiful Hilton Lac Leamy.
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The 2018 PROCEDE conference, hosted by the New Frontiers School Board, took place from Wednesday, October 24 to Friday, October 26, 2018 at the Mont Gabriel Resort and Spa. The conference speakers shared their presentations, and these can be found here:
Marie Ain Malak – Be Proactive and Innovative in Your Decision-Making Using Lumix FP-FGA!
Isabelle Bertolotti and Sonia Fiocco – Health, Wealth and Literacy
Claudia Deme – Using Twitter to Build Communities
Gillian Leithman – The Art of Effective Communication
Gillian Leithman – Manage Your Energy, Not Your Time
Laura Malbogat – Closing Keynote
Susan Oliver – Can We Teach and Assess Empathy?
Avi Spector and Tracy Rosen – Using Empathy to Design our Centres and Classroo
The 41st annual PROCEDE conference was held at Chateau Bromont on October 25-27, 2017.
The year’s theme is Coaching and Mentoring.
PROCEDE 2017 was a Bring Your Own Device conference.
Social activities planned included a hike, a visit to a nearby spa, yoga and karaoke. Our 41st annual PROCEDE conference was held at Chateau Bromont on October 25-27, 2017.
“It’s never black or white – grey matters”
PROCEDE Conference 2016
October 26-27 and 28, 2016
Grand Times Hotel, Sherbrooke
Hosted by the Eastern Townships School Board and the Central Quebec School Board
“People, Passion, Proof: The Data Difference”
PROCEDE Conference 2014
October 23-24, 2014, Le Grand Lodge, Mont-Tremblant
Hosted by the Lester B. Pearson School Board
“Global Currents: International Best Practices in Life Long Learning”
PROCEDE Conference 2013
October 16 – 18, 2013
Chateau Cartier Hotel
Hosted by Western Quebec and Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Boards
On May 19, 2022, QACVE held its bi-annual conference under the theme of “Silver Linings”. Participants were greeted virtually by a line-up of speakers and presenters welcoming teachers, administrators, and professionals from our Vocational Training community. The conference was hosted via Zoom with the help of LCEEQ who managed the platform. More than 140 participants registered to the event.
We were excited to welcome Sonia Di Maulo (The Growth Mindset & Creating a Learning Legacy) and Kathryn Peterson (Resilience, Changing our Mindset & Self-care) as our opening and closing keynote speakers, dazzling us with their vision on education.
Our different workshops proved us again that there is a wealth of knowledge and expertise in our own educational community, whether from Vocational, Adult General Education and other stakeholders.
Moreover, we celebrated exemplary Vocational Training teachers through the attribution of the QACVE Peer Recognition Awards. Despite the virtual aspect of the Conference, we were happy to have been able to present our Awards to deserving teachers. This award highlights personal initiatives taken by engaged teachers. This year’s winners are Maxwell Barr from EMSB, Patrice Durocher from RSB and Tassia Korbis from LBPSB. Congratulations and thank you for your contribution to offering quality Vocational Training that is available to the population in the English sector.
Conference website at https://silver.lceeq.ca/#
The Comfort Zone
How does it feel to go back to school for an Adult learner? Who are the Millenials? How do they learn? What makes our jobs easier… and more difficult ? How do they feel when stepping in a school setting after many years?
The 2019 conference brought us in a different environment to share our stories and to learn how to deal with our students’ comfort zones… and our own!
Participants did not register to workshops… the workshops came to them!
Date: May 16-17, 2019
Location: Jouvence, 131 De Jouvence road, Orford, QC, J1X 6R2
The focus of the 2017 Conference was on smart students, smart teachers and of course smart classrooms… included were strategies on how to use technologies to enhance learning, but beyond that, focused on how to enhance the your classroom to make it smarter.
Date: May 18-19, 2017
There are so many different ways that we connect! We connect with our students, colleagues, peers and community. We connect through technology where the world is wide open to us. We connect at conferences were we link up with others who are like minded. There were plenty of opportunity for networking, collaboration and sharing throughout the two days.
Date: May 14-15, 2015
Location: Manoir des Sables – Orford