Vocational Program Information
Vocational Education is an excellent avenue for students of all ages and provides relatively quick access to good employment opportunities in a wide variety of fields.
Vocational programs offer hands on training and are shorter in length than CEGEP programs because you only take courses that teach you to do the given profession.
For most programs you must have successfully completed secondary 4 French, English and Math and be 16 years of age before the end of September.
Vocational Training Program Applications are ongoing and can be made anytime for programs starting next the fall or winter as long as there is room in the program. Students should apply via the https://www.admissionfp.com site. You will then be invited to go to the Centre to complete the registration.
SOME Examples of Vocational Programs:
- Professional Cooking
- Pastry Making
- Automobile Mechanics
- Computing Support
- Interior Decorating & Display
- Nursing Care Assistance
- Pharmacy Technical Assistance
AND much, much more!
Resources for Vocational Programs
To take a test to find out which vocational program is suitable for you, click here.
An excellent Career Exploration Resource for ALL students is their Xello Account!
All students have access to the Xello website that allows them to explore post-secondary options, complete career tests, learning style tests and much more! Their Xello account saves their progress and allows them to plan as they progress throughout High School.
Xello Student Tour! Check out some of the many features of this new online, interactive self-discovery and career planning resource now on the Fusion portal of all secondary students. Xello offers interesting inventories, built-in activities and customization options for all high school grade levels. Have fun exploring!
Note: This video is intended for students and parents.