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91.4% of graduates who were destined for the job market found a job related to their training*.

Graduates who were already employed were able to access another position that met their expectations.

This path in recognition of prior learning and skills (RAC) leading to the Attestation of Collegial Studies (AEC)Executive Assistantis intended for people with work experience in office automation.

During this individual process, the candidate must demonstrate that he has the knowledge and skills listed among the 14 skills  of this study program. These skills relate, among other things, to the use of tools and services related to the office unit, to the efficient processing of information, to the organization of activities as well as to the training and supervision of the office unit staff. The candidate is called upon to follow the missing training of the skills not acquired, according to his availability.

*Source: Ministry of Education and Higher Education (2019). Relaunch at college in technical training. 2020 survey. Quebec, Quebec: Government of Quebec.

1st step: Preparation of the file

  • The completed admission application form: Click here

  • Diplomas;

  • Transcript/report cards;

  • Curriculum vitae (CV) up to date;

  • Letter from the employer mentioning the position held, the tasks performed and the dates of employment;

  • Letter of recommendation,If it's happened;

  • Qualification card or certificate of qualification, if applicable;

  • Admission fee CAD $50:Click here

2nd step: Analysis of the file

Your file will be given to the RAC advisor who will analyze the relevance of the request and establish equivalences or substitutions (if applicable) based on the documents presented. The advisor can appoint a content specialist to support him in his analysis;

Step 3: Validation interview

The candidate validation interview takes place with the content specialist and/or the RAC advisor.

Step 4: Assessment of acquired skills

  • To validate your skills, the content specialist will offer you various assessment activities such as written work, practical work, questionnaires in the presence of an assessor, video editing, direct observations in your workplace, telephone interview, in-person interview, etc.You will be well guided to prepare for your assessments!

  • Skills assessment: $50 per skill.

Step 5: Acquisition of missing skills (if applicable)

  • Depending on the results of your evaluations, you will have to complete your process with training for skills not mastered (if applicable).

  • Tuition fees apply and vary depending on the number of missing skills to be acquired.

These missing trainings can take the form of targeted readings, tutoring, on-the-job supervision, courses, etc.

Step 6: Official recognition of skills

Once all the evaluations have been passed, you will receive your transcript and ATTESTATION OF COLLEGE STUDIES (AEC) diploma.

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