Monthly Bulletin April 2011 - Vol. 4
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14 - Funding Application Deadline 15-16 - GED Re-write 22 - Good Friday 25 - Easter Monday 29 - LMDCouncil Meeting 29 - Windmill Training Application Deadline
Montreal Excursion- Update Commission scolair de Montréal (CSDM) is a french language school board located in Montreal, Québec. The school board was created on July 1, 1998 as a result of a law passed by Quebéc government that changed the school board system from denominational to linguistic. It’s main predecessor is Commission des écoles catoliques de Montréal (CECM) which was composed of both French and English Roman Catholic schools and had been in operation for over 150 years. The CSDM operates 129 elementary schools, 37 secondary schools, 13 adult education centres, and 9 vocational training centers and 28 schooling services centres. The english programs that they offer are: - Carpentry - Commerical and Residential Paining - Masonary Bricklaying - Plastering - Plumbing and Heating - Preparing and Finishing Concrete
-Tiling - Cable and Circuit Assembly - Aircraft Structual Assembly - Machining Techniques - Numerical Control Machine Tool Operation
Check out the rest of the newsletter to see pictures of the excursion.
Did You Know? LMDC will be conducting survey’s to determine what programs and courses the community is interested in participating in. If you would like to take part in these survey’s email: lmdc@ lmdc.ca with “SURVEY” in the subject.
The LMDC extends it’s gratitude to the CSDM for sponsoring the Montreal Excursion.
Listuguj Mi’gmaq Development Centre
2 Pacific Drive - Listuguj - Québec - G0C2R0 Phone: 418-788-1347 Fax: 418-788-3095 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.lmdc.ca
École des métiers de l’équipement motorisé de Montréal -EMEMM Fasten your belt, you are en route to a glittering future! The specialties are many and they all lead to a job with many challenges and interests: Auto Mechanics, Mechanical Construction Machine, Mechanical Heavy Vehicle Road, Light Vehicle Mechanics, Motorcycle Mechanics, Body Repair.
École des métiers de la construction de Montréal - EMCM The École des métiers de la construction de Montréal, was founded in the 1940’s by the unions and contractors wishing to offer training opportunities for workers. The holders of this certificates are eligible for apprenticeship in construction trades.
L’École des métiers du Sud-Ouest de Montréal - L’EMSOM Through practical instruction offered by specialists aware of the realities of the market, EMSOM train the workers of tomorrow in a dozen programs from five major sectors: construction and civil engineering, mechanical manufacturing, electronics, mechanical maintenance and the arts.
L’École des métiers des Faubourgs-de-Montréal - EMFM Whether you take your career to fashion beauty, health and horticulture, you can count on a quality education that will open the doors of the job market.
École des métiers de l’aérospatiale de Montréal - L’EMAM L’ÉMAM is a school-factory. L’EMAM teaches programs opened to the technological evolution of the 2000’s. Modern installations, up to date tools and equipment, allow our students to train in a context which corresponds to the reality of the job market.
Participant Testimonials The trip was exciting, fun and educational. It’s hard
to know what you want in a career but never be afraid of education. - Thomas Germain Don’t ever turn down a free trip, or free education because it is the gate to a new beginning. - Carmen Martin So many opportunities out there, keep going to school you are never too old to go back. Montréal has so much to offer. This trip was educational and it was fun, the schools were awesome. -Sylvia Barnaby Glad I had the opportunity to travel to Montreal with LMDC and view the Colleges. They were very interesting and all courses were mostly hands on. My favourite part of the trip was the tour of the City. I learned so much about what Montréal has to offer and will deffinately be going back. - Allanah Dedam Very informative trip, I recommend it to everyone. - Rodney Isaac
I would like to thank the LMDC and the Commissionan Scholair Montreal for giving me the opportunity to travel with them to Montreal to look at different colleges. We visited a lot of different schools but the one I really enjoyed was the École des métiers de la construction de Montréal. They showed us around the school and also took the time and explained to us aboriginal students, how they could help us in different ways, like finding a place to live, help us find a job, and they would be their to help us but, we were warned not to disappoint them by not going to school. This trip really meant alot to me and I learned, no matter how old I am, I could still learn alot. - Pauline Brisk
Published on May 4, 2011