Your WORK EXPERIENCE can COUNT towards CERTIFICATION!
RAC (Recognition of Acquired Competencies) can be a place to start. Listen to a short interview with Amanda Lemay (RAC – Development Officer at NFSB), who can explain how the RAC PROCESS can make your on-the-job experience count towards getting your certification in a vocational program. RAC can significantly reduce the time to complete your certification. / (EPISODE 6) / Contact for RAC info: email@example.com
The right mindset – (teacher talk # 2):
In this episode, Jayme & Kelly will talk about the need for having the right mindset to learn and how the relationships teachers build with their students can impact engagement and motivation. / (EPISODE 5)
RESOURCES FOR ENGLISH COMMUNITY IN THE Montérégie West:
Interview with the Executive Director of the Monteregie West Community Network – Pauline Wiedow. We discover the many initiatives and resources that the organization has to offer to the communities it serves. / (EPISODE 4)
SHIFTING ONLINE – (TEACHER TALK # 1)
In response to the worldwide pandemic, the New Frontiers School Board (NFSB) had to react fast in order to shift our face to face classroom environments to an online model. Jayme McClintock & Kelly Ryan, who both work for the NFSB in the Continuing Education Department, speak to the role they played in this vital shift and the support given to the adult vocational and academic teachers. / (EPISODE 3)
LOOKING FOR A JOB AND YOU ARE 15-35 YEARS OLD? DO YOU KNOW CARREFOUR JEUNESSE EMPLOI (CJE)
This interview with Katherine Nolin of the Carrefour Jeunesse Emploi (CJE) in Chateauguay provides advice to job seekers on how to be employable. The CJE serves young people who are 15 to 35 years old and can help with preparing a resumé, preparing for interviews, finding employment, and much more. / (EPISODE 2)
TAKING A TRADE PROGRAM IN ENGLISH IN THE AREA
We interview Jayme McClintock, Development Officer in the Continuing Education department of the New Frontiers School Board. She explains the vocational programs offered in the area and the WHERE, WHEN, and HOW potential students can register. / (EPISODE 1)
Our podcasts are a CLC (Community Learning Centre) initiative in partnership with seed funding from the MWCN (Montérégie West Community Network).