Recognition

PROCEDE has a tradition of recognizing members and other individuals or groups who have contributed significantly to the advancement of English-language adult education and/or vocational training in Quebec.  As part of an overall strategy to increase visibility for adult education and vocational training in English, the organization has formalized this recognition process.

Objectives of Annual PROCEDE Awards:

  • To recognize, encourage and celebrate significant achievement within the extended PROCEDE community that contributes to the advancement of adult education, vocational training and lifelong learning in English;
  • To recognize, encourage and celebrate similar achievement among PROCEDE partners and other individuals or groups external to the PROCEDE community who assist the organization in furthering its goals;
  • To raise awareness and appreciation of English-language adult education and vocational training within the educational community and the community-at-large by publicizing the accomplishments of award winners;
  • To reinforce PROCEDE’s leadership role in promoting and developing adult education, vocational training and lifelong learning in English.

Friend of PROCEDE Award

For individuals who have served on the PROCEDE table.

  • Actively engaged in the work of the organization for a minimum of 5 years;
  • Served on the PROCEDE executive;
  • Consistently demonstrated leadership in advancing PROCEDE goals and priorities;
  • Typically presented when member is leaving the Adult Education & Vocational Training sector due to promotion, change of career path or retirement

Distinguished Service Award

For individuals working within the Adult and Vocational sector of PROCEDE member boards

 (e.g. teachers, centre administrators, support staff, coordinators, consultants, directors, etc.)

  • Dedicated service in the adult/vocational sector over an extended period of time (minimum 5 years);
  • Has consistently contributed to ongoing advancement of adult education and/or vocational training within his/her PROCEDE member board;
  • Recognized by peers within his/her board as a leader in his/her field of activity.

Outstanding Achievement Award

For an individual involved in the English Adult Education and Vocational Training sector

  • Minimum of 5 years of service in the adult /vocational sector;
  • Has significantly contributed to the advancement of adult education and/or vocational training in English province-wide through exceptional and ongoing dedication and accomplishments (such as ongoing participation in provincial-level committees; sustained leadership in projects that affect all boards; significant contribution to program development/review or province-wide professional development; major role in creating industry partnerships, etc.)
  • Recognized by his/her peers as a leader in the field of English adult education and/or vocational training in Quebec.

Award of Merit

For an individual or team from the Adult Education and Vocational Training sector of a PROCEDE member board

  • No minimum service requirement
  • Recognizes one-time individual or group effort (such as event organization, participation in pilot projects) that has contributed to the achievement of PROCEDE goals and annual priorities.

Friend of PROCEDE Award

Lise Langlois

Cosmo Della Rocca

Distinguished Service Award

Owen Mailloux

Daryl Ness

Award of Merit

Hélène Leboeuf

Award of Merit

PROCEDE 2017 Conference Organization Committee Members from Riverside School Board

Outstanding Achievement

Véronique Marin

Bonnie Mitchell

Friend of PROCEDE

Anita Duwel

Award of Merit

Daryl Ness

Outstanding Achievement

Cosmo Della Rocca

Linda Martin

Distinguished Service

Camille Faucher

Outstanding Achievement

Anita Duwel

Ken Ward

Award of Merit

Paul Laplante

Distinguished Service

Glen Colwell

Distinguished Service

Edgar Arsenault

Outstanding Achievement

Gloria Keenan

Friend of PROCEDE

Louise Caron

Award of Merit

Anita Duwel

Award of Merit

Debra Adams

Marilyn Maclean

Warren Halligan

Distinguished Service

Rob Buttars

Outstanding Achievement

Elizabeth Gervais

Award of Merit

Merle Winston

Louise Beaupré

Distinguished Service

Guy Lachance 

Outstanding Achievement

Marilyn Anaka

Friend of PROCEDE

Johanne Brabant

Outstanding Achievement

Leah Moss

Patti Moore

Friend of PROCEDE

Bruce Willett

Friend of PROCEDE 

Wayne Goldthorp

Carole McCarthy

PROCEDE Partner 

André Blanchet (MELS)

Outstanding Achievement 

Wayne Goldthorp

Barbara Goode