Keep learning with us at Continuing Education and Business Services of Champlain College Lennoxville. Expand your skills; be more fulfilled with your work and with yourself.

 

We have your learning opportunities just a click away!

 

Did you know that in the late 1970’s, Champlain Regional College Lennoxville’s Continuing Education Services started offering courses to the public? Results show that adults who truly desire to better themselves often dive into new learning situations with energy and determination. It had become apparent that an adult who returns to school does not come back to waste their time.

 

It has been many years now that we have been providing quality training tailored to the needs of the Townships workforce. In addition to our courses, the College now offers many services to individuals and businesses.

 

Just as individuals must change to keep up to date, so must our services. Many of the course listings you will find are specific responses to past requests from the community we serve, and we encourage you to make suggestions for new offerings you would like to see.

 

Since June 2016, the Continuing Education and Business Services programs are all under one roof; the Lennoxville Campus is our home now!

 

The Continuing Education department has also formed a collaboration with the Lennoxville Vocational Training Center. With this collaboration, we hope to better serve the needs of our Anglophone community, as well as the businesses in the Townships. We would like to encourage business owners to share with us their needs so that we can help them offer their employees and their clients a great working atmosphere and great services. At the Champlain’s Continuing Education department, we have learning opportunities- all you need to do is contact us!

Français

Enrichissez vos compétences, votre carrière et votre vie. Continuez votre cheminement d’apprentissage en suivant des cours à la formation continue et aux services aux entreprises du Collège Champlain de Lennoxville.

 

Vos possibilités en formation chez nous ne sont qu’à un clic!

 

La formation continue à Champlain remonte à la fin des années 1970. Nous savons donc depuis longtemps que les gens qui cherchent à s’améliorer et à mieux performer se lancent dans des démarches de formation avec énergie. Ces personnes n’ont pas l’intention de retourner en classe pour y perdre leur temps.

 

Nos services ont évolué au fil des années et vous découvrirez que nos offres tiennent compte de demandes précises de notre milieu. En ce sens, n’hésitez pas à nous communiquer vos suggestions et besoins en formation!

 

Depuis juin 2016, la formation continue et les services aux entreprises sont maintenant logés à la même enseigne que le Collège Champlain de Lennoxville. Notez que le stationnement est gratuit sur le campus après 17 h.

 

Les personnes intéressées à une formation ou à un programme crédité à la formation continue doivent posséder un diplôme d’études secondaires ou un équivalent reconnu par le Collège, elles doivent avoir au moins 18 ans et avoir quitté l’école depuis au moins un an.

 

Nous avons établi une entente collaborative avec le Centre de formation professionnelle Lennoxville (Voc-ed), ce qui nous permet d’offrir de la formation en anglais à la communauté estrienne. Si vous êtes en entreprise et que vous souhaitez obtenir de la formation en anglais, nous sommes à votre entière disposition.

PROGRAMS – PROGRAMMES

Champlain’s Continuing Education department can help you complete an AEC: Attestations d’études collégiales (AEC), or in English Attestations of Collegial Studies (ACS). These are short college programs based on existing DEC (Diplôme d’études collégiales) programs. They were created specifically for an adult clientele seeking official recognition of their studies. Some AEC programs may have specific admission requirements.

Français

À Champlain, la formation continue est basée sur les Attestations d’Études Collégiales (AEC), une sorte de diplôme condensé qui permet à la clientèle adulte ou déjà sur le marché du travail de se perfectionner. Les AEC peuvent varier en termes d’exigences; il est donc important de bien vous renseigner si l’une d’elles vous intéresse.

Early Childhood Education

Early Childhood Education (ECE) is for individuals that have little to no working experience in the field of early childhood education. This training will provide graduates with the opportunity to become qualified educators in daycare centres.

More info

No new admissions are being accepted at this time.

 

Program Description

This training will provide graduates with the opportunity to become qualified educators in daycare centres. A graduate may also work in other types of childcare services, such as in home childcare settings, school daycare, nursery schools and drop-in childcare centres.

According to Emploi-Quebec, an early childhood educator is one of the most in-demand professions in Quebec, and carries a ‘favorable’ rating (their highest rating) for prospective employment between 2013-2017 throughout Quebec.

 

Program Content

The Early Childhood Education AEC (JEE.0K) is made of 20 courses, for a total of 1305 hours.

  • 322-703-RL Introduction to the Early Childhood Profession – 45 Hours
  • 322-714-RL Observing Children – 45 Hours
  • 350-704-RL Child Development (0 to 5 years) – 60 Hours
  • 350-714-RL Child Development (5 to 12 years) – 60 Hours
  • 350-713-RL Safety in Child Care – 45 Hours
  • 322-773-RL Meaningful Relationships with Children – 45 Hours
  • 322-793-RL Child Health – 45 Hours
  • 322-803-RL Healthy Nutrition – 45 Hours
  • 322-724-RL Professional Communication Skills – 60 Hours
  • 322-813-RL Children with Special Needs – 45 Hours
  • 322-823-RL Autonomy in Children – 45 Hours
  • 322-734-RL Educational Interventions for Infants and Toddler (0 to 2 years) – 60 Hours
  • 322-744-RL Educational Interventions for Young Children (2 to 5 years) – 60 Hours
  • 322-744-RL Educational Interventions for School-Aged Children (5 to 12 years) – 60 Hours
  • 322-833-RL Professional Partnerships – 45 Hours
  • 322-824-RL Guidance Interventions – 45 Hours
  • 322-843-RL Pedagogical Approaches – 45 Hours
  • 322-709-RL Fieldwork 1: Initiation – 135 Hours
  • 322-70F-RL Fieldwork 2: Integration – 240 Hours
  • 322-783-RL Creativity in the Workplace – 45 Hours

 

Interested?

REGISTER – INSCRIPTION

All students who are interested in following a credited course at the continuing education level are required to have a Québec diploma of Secondary Studies or have received instruction deemed sufficient by the College, be 18 years old or older and have been out of school for a year.

 

If it is your first registration with the College, please read the following information.

 

If you already have registered with us, this information is not required.

For all admissions you need to provide the following documents:

Students born in Québec

  • Birth certificate and secondary or post secondary school diploma.

Students born out-of-province

  • Proof of Canadian citizenship (permanent resident card or Canadian citizenship card) AND the «Certificat de sélection du Québec» AND your Medicare card. A comparative evaluation of your studies outside of Québec given by the ministry of immigration or proof of scholarship translated in French or English.

Without these documents, please communicate with the college’s administration in to receive information on the additional costs.

Fees

The admission fees are $30 and are not refundable.
To complete a payment you must communicate with the Administration. Your admission will only be completed once your payment is received. We will communicate with you in order to proceed with your registration. We do accept business cheques if your employer is paying. Please note that all cheques with insufficient funds will incur a $50 fee.

Français

Les personnes intéressées à une formation ou à un programme crédité à la formation continue doivent posséder un diplôme d’études secondaires ou un équivalent reconnu par le Collège, elles doivent avoir au moins 18 ans et avoir quitté l’école depuis au moins un an.¸

 

Si vous vous inscrivez à un ou plusieurs cours crédités pour la première fois au Collège, veuillez lire les renseignements qui suivent. Si votre dossier est déjà ouvert, ces documents ne sont pas requis.

Pour toute demande d’admission vous devez fournir les documents suivants :

Étudiants nés au Québec

  • Certificat de naissance ET diplôme d’études secondaires ou post-secondaires.

Étudiants nés à l’extérieur du Québec

  • Preuve de citoyenneté canadienne (carte de résident permanent OU carte de citoyenneté canadienne) ET certificat de sélection du Québec ET carte d’assurance-maladie. Évaluation comparative des études hors du Québec émis par le Ministère d’Immigration et Communautés culturelles OU preuve de scolarité traduit en français ou anglais.

À défaut de soumettre ces documents, communiquez avec l’administration pour vérifier les coûts supplémentaire.

Frais

Les frais d’admission (ouverture de dossier) sont de 30 $ et ne peuvent être remboursés.

 

Tous les frais sont payables lors de la demande d’admission. Pour compléter votre paiement, communiquez avec l’administration. Votre demande d’admission ne sera complétée qu’une fois le paiement reçu. Nous communiquerons ensuite avec vous pour procéder à l’inscription. Dans le cas d’une inscription payée par votre employeur, nous acceptons les chèques d’entreprises. Les chèques sans fonds (NSF) occasionneront des frais de 50 $.

Community Non-Credit Courses – Cours communautaires sans crédit

It has been several years since the Champlain College Continuing Education department has been providing quality training tailored to the needs of the Townships workforce. In addition to our courses, the College now offers many services to individuals and businesses.

 

Just as individuals must change to keep up to date, so must our services. Many of the course listings you will find are specific responses to past requests from the community we serve, and we encourage you to make suggestions for new offerings you would like to see.

Français

Nos services ont évolué au fil des années et vous découvrirez que nos offres tiennent compte de demandes précises de notre milieu. En ce sens, n’hésitez pas à nous communiquer vos suggestions et besoins en formation!

Anglais langue seconde

Cours de 30 heures permettant de développer les outils pour être confiant et bien communiquer en anglais. L’accent sera mis sur les compétences orales à travers.

 

Si vous avez une connaissance limitée de l’anglais et souhaitez élargir vos horizons sociaux et professionnels, ce cours au Collège Champlain-Lennoxville est fait pour vous!

 

$245 (comprend tous les matériels)

 

Les jeudi soirs : 18 :30 – 21 :30

12 mars – 14 mai

French Second Language

This course helps improve the students’ French level. FSL classes teach different language skills, depending on students’ French abilities, interests, and needs. All programs teach the following: conversational French, grammar, reading, listening comprehension, writing, and vocabulary.

 

A complete and interactive program to help you develop or perfect your ability to read, write, speak, and understand French. The program is a blend of French classes with great interaction and conversation.

 

**You will take a placement test at registration to determine your class level**

 

30 HOUR NON CREDIT COURSE

 

Level 1 : March 9th – April 29th . (no class April 13th)

Monday and Wednesday evenings, from 5:30p – 7:30p

Level 2 : March 9th – April 29th. (no class April 13th)

Monday and Wednesday evenings, from 7:45p – 9:45p

Level 3 : March 10th – April 28th .

Tuesday and Thursday evenings, from 6:00p – 8:00p

 

Cost: $245 (includes all materials)

Computer Basics for Seniors

You may have been using a computer for months or years, and still find it challenging. What exactly is the Desktop? How do I get to the internet? How do I navigate my email? What’s the difference between right click and left click? What are safe browsing practices? When is it safe to open attachments?  How can I print my document? Throughout these workshops, we will answer all of those questions and more!

 

In this course, you will learn the basics of the computer/ipad/tablet, the importance of good antivirus protection, safe browsing, email access, navigating the taskbar, word and excel basics, password safety, zoom display (for those with poorer vision), voice command, and more!

 

***Do you have a parent who struggles with learning how to use a computer? Do you worry that your loved one may be a target for an online scam? This course can be given as a gift to a loved one to help them get comfortable with their computer/ipad/tablet, and to learn best security practices. ***

 

This course runs on Saturday mornings from 10:00a-12:00p (16 hours)

March 14th – May 2nd

 

The course fee is $125.

Please bring your ipad or tablet with you to class.  If you do not have one, you may use a computer from our lab.

Pottery

These classes are designed to meet the individual needs of the student whether a beginning potter interested in creating your first work of art or a more experienced potter wanting to improve your skills. Dress for a mess ! Fees include materials.

Wednesday evenings from 7 to 10 p.m.

January 29th to April 8th, 2020

Thursday evenings from 7 to 10 p.m.

January 30th to April 9th, 2020

Cost
$271.20, including taxes

Minecraft Workshops & Team Building Activities

(Ages 6-13)

Saturday mornings from 10:00am – 12:00pm.

March 14th – May 2nd

$115

 

Do you have a child who is fascinated with Minecraft, and wants to learn more tips and secrets of the game?  Minecraft is much more than a game (but shhhhh don’t tell your child!), it’s a whole world of creative possibilities!

 

Minecraft: Education Edition is an open-world game that promotes creativity, collaboration, and problem-solving in an immersive environment where the only limit is your imagination.

 

In these workshops, children will learn how to set up a world, navigate within it, build structures, and craft new objects. Learn how Minecraft allows how to create – and re-create – a model of a real-world object.

Participants will also learn how to interact with each other in the virtual world and
how these interactions can lead to greater understanding, positive teamwork, and better learning outcomes.

Continuing Education
Champlain College Lennoxville

2580 College St.
Sherbrooke, Qc J1M 2K3

Tel : 819 564-3666 ext 100
Email: lennconedinfo@crcmail.net

Français

Collège Champlain Lennoxville
Formation continue

2580 rue Collège
Sherbrooke, Qc J1M 2K3

Tél.: 819 564-3666 ext 100
Courriel: lennconedinfo@crcmail.net

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