The Commission Scolaire Marie-Victorin is made up of 72 establishments establishments including schools, centres, and its administrative centre.
The Commission Scolaire Marie-Victorin was created on July 1, 1998, when the linguistic school boards were established. One of the largest in Quebec, it serves more than 41,000 students, young people and adults. It has some 4,500 regular employees and 72 establishments. It is one of the most important employers on the South Shore.
The Commission Scolaire Marie-Victorin was named in honour of Brother Marie-Victorin.
Develop the skills necessary to apply methods essential to the practice of the trade such as problem-solving, information retrieval and time management. Skills related to the optimal use of software are also developed: taking advantage of the possibilities of operating systems with ageing and advanced technologies, exploiting the possibilities of application software, creating and exploiting a database, exploiting the possibilities of telecommunications means. Develop skills related to workplace communication and customer service such as: interacting in a variety of professional situations, communicating in English, providing customer assistance from a call centre. Finally, develop the skills necessary to perform tasks on autonomous or networked computer workstations: analyze the architecture and operation of computer systems, develop a utility program, install the physical and logical elements of a computer workstation, manage access to network resources, set up network shareable resources, restore the operation of a computer workstation, optimize the performance of a computer workstation.
Acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to carry out preparatory work for welding and assembly, carry out assembly and welding projects of basic elements, structural elements, industrial assembly projects and metal structures with different welding processes, read industrial plans and interpret specifications and welding procedures.
Develop the basic skills necessary to perform the tasks of the trade, i.e: prevent health and safety risks, solve mathematical problems related to machining on conventional and CNC machine tools, interpret technical drawings, make sketches of readings and measurements, develop specific machining skills on conventional machine tools by performing workshop, turning, milling, boring and machining work on simple parts, complex parts and series production; develop the skills necessary for manual programming and machining of simple parts on lathes and CNC machining centres; develop the skills necessary for active collaboration in multidisciplinary teams and the skills necessary for harmonious integration into the school and workplace environment.
To be admitted to this program you must: