fbpx
 

Pathway ProgramsTeccart College

https://bli.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/inner_image_14.png
bt_bb_section_bottom_section_coverage_image

Your Pathway to CanadaTeccart College

The Teccart Institute is a subsidized private college that offers quality programs in technical training at college level and has been operating in Quebec for more than sixty years. Its primary strengths are in the new information and communication technologies (NICT) and industrial electrical engineering technologies sectors. These programs lead to a DEC and/or AEC.

The recognized excellence of the training offered at the Teccart Institute is based on practical technical training, combined with a general education adapted by a promising approach to academic success and integration.

Teccart CollegeOther information

Location
Montreal
Start dates
Depends on the program, please contact our University Pathway department.
Application Deadline
3 months before
Language Requirement
BLI English level 8 or BLI French level 8
Accommodation
If you need accommodation during the time you are taking your program please contact our housing department.
Program offered in
English and French
Programs
Technology
COMPUTER GRAPHICS

Potential careers

– Graphic designer in publishing
– Pre-printing technician
– Graphic designer
– Layout technician
– Illustrator
– Website creator
– Technician in service offices
– Self-employed worker

Potential employers

– Graphic design studios
– Advertising agencies
– Publishing companies
(publishers of newspapers, magazines, of books)
– Printing plants and centres of digital printing
– Multimedia industries
– Various private companies

Employment prospects
– Good employment prospects
– Possibility to launch own company or be an autonomous worker

Market requirements of work
– Autonomy and sense of the organization
– Ability to meet deadlines and to resist stress
– Minuteness and attention to detail
– Computer knowledge
– Sense of observation
– Open-mindedness and creative sense
– Ability to accept criticism
– Ability to work in a team environment

INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS
The main tasks of industrial electronics technologists are troubleshooting, preventive maintenance, installation and commissioning of equipment in process control systems. In collaboration with engineers, they are also involved in the design or modification of automated systems or electric installations. They are also responsible for the purchase of equipment within the limits of the budget.
Check the performance of the main instruments and devices used for control and automation of industrial processes and make calibration, adjustment and programming; draw sketches to industry standards, change and participate in the design of systems for automation; install, troubleshoot, repair and maintain equipment safely and industrial systems for production, transport, distribution, control of electrical energy and its conversion into driving force, and those of electronic kind, pneumatic, hydraulic or electromechanical used for measurement, control and automation of industrial processes.
COMPUTER MANAGEMENT

The Computer Management program aims to train students to practice the profession of programmer-analyst in the field of management.

In the exercise of his/her profession, the programmer-analyst is confronted regularly with new situations arising from the nature of the tasks of the type of IT environment, culture and business practices, etc.. Therefore, he/she must demonstrate adaptation, learning and problem-solving abilities.

In addition, analysis and programming work requires more particularly the spirit of logic, analysis and synthesis. He/she must also demonstrate independence, resourcefulness, perseverance and a great curiosity to technological developments.

It goes without saying that the organization of work in the form of projects, particularly in the preferred computer model requires the programmer-analyst to master skills related to communication, teamwork and interpersonal skills.

The Programmer Analyst must meet the needs of companies with various activities. He/she may work for companies that have their own IT departments that produce software or offer IT services. The development of applications that meet the needs of small, medium and large businesses in growth is still one of the largest users of services programmer analysts. However, due to the opening of markets, the constant advent of new technologies and the increasing importance of information and communication, this area is undergoing significant changes. They are reflected in particular by increasing diversification and, consequently, a very high demand for new products. These new products include communication applications as an aid to group work (intra-company), applications that enable data exchange (inter-company) and the deployment of the Information Highway in various purposes, especially in trade. These new applications have unique characteristics: friendliness, interactivity and multimedia. The programmer analyst is expected to contribute more to the development of computer applications that incorporate these features.

The tasks performed by the programmer-analyst can:

  • vary according to the company’s characteristics such as the nature of its business and its size, as most businesses are small or medium-sized, the programmer-analyst must be versatile;
  • address any stage of the development cycle of an application, that is to say, the analysis and design, implementation and testing as well as the implanting and integration into a target computing environment. The production of documents and user training are also part of the duties of programmer analysts;
  • maintain existing software by bringing functional improvements. He/she also acts as a specialist with the users;
  • perform tasks related to the operation of computing environments such as the installation and configuration of hardware, simple management tasks on a limited scale networks and technical support tasks.
TELECOMMUNICATIONS

The graduates of Telecommunications are generally found among manufacturers of communications equipment, with companies offering telecommunications services, cable television, as well as the wholesale and retail electronic communication products. The main tasks of these technologists are to do the installation, testing, repair and maintenance of equipment for the world of information and communications. In many cases, they will also work with technical assistance and representation.

Technologists in this sector must install and configure IP AND VOIP networks, draw diagrams and make a device using industrial techniques. Install, maintain and modify the electronic equipment used to transport, packaging or conversion of analog or digital signals used mainly in the field of communications. Diagnose and troubleshoot telecommunications systems at high frequencies with residential IP networks (DOCSIS ADSL) using appropriately specialized instrumentation. In addition, the program will allow the student to obtain the skills necessary for the preparation of CCNA and CVOICE Cisco.

COMPUTER NETWORKS MANAGEMENT

The path of specialization Computer Networks Management aims to train students to practice the profession of manager for computer networks.

At the end of his/her training the network manager will be able to apply an algorithmic approach, to analyze the architecture of a computer network, to choose physical elements, to optimize the functionality of the operating system of a workstation, to ensure the safety of the physical and logical elements of the computer network to manage the computing equipment, to oversee the operation of the computer network, to choose software, to manage his/her time and the quality of his/her work to ensure customer support computer network, to ensure the evolution of the computer network to develop utilities, diagnose and troubleshoot computer network to mount a server; to implement technologies and services specific to the Internet; planning the installation of a computer network to implement a computer network to manage the computer network.

3D ANIMATION DESIGN

This program prepares students for a career in 3D computer graphics animation and computer graphics. These people mostly work in animation studios by computer (short and long feature) and television studios as well as companies specializing in multimedia production, electronic games, postproduction and special effects. They are also found in industrial design firms and among software producers as well as in fields as diverse as medicine, geomatics, aerospace and high fashion.

The graphic designers in 3D animation and computer graphics first analyze the characteristics of the project submitted to them. They then produce a prototype of the animation, perform modelling graphical elements (characters, objects and environment), apply textures and colors, set up the lights, animated graphics, and engaged in the development final animation rendering. They can also create digital visual effects and perform compositing (compositing).

The function of specialists in 3D animation and CGI involves the development of creativity, visual acuity and rigour in the methods of work, as well as knowledge of motion and control technologies and traditional production tools and computer.The specialist in 3D animation is called to create animations and modelling that can be used for practical applications and emerging products. The graduate in 3D animation and image synthesis is able to integrate a multidisciplinary team. It may be required to work in areas such as video games, interactive multimedia, post-production and special effects applied to the field of advertising, television, film and arts. In addition, he/she can be employed in the industry of technical imaging applied to areas such as architecture, industrial design, medical imaging, flight simulators and navigation as well as training.

The graduate in 3D animation and image synthesis analyzes the characteristics of the project, developing a concept and a scripted story. He/she models the objects, places and characters and animated. Finally, it manipulates images and animated sequences and incorporates all in a 3D production.

The graduate in 3D animation and computer graphics has developed its vision and sense of observation. He/she is creative and innovative in the design of projects. He/she is rigorous in its working methods, he/she is open to criticism and is autonomous. He/she has appropriate knowledge of the movement and the ability to interpret an animated sequence. He/she has mastered the techniques and tools of computer production. He/she monitors technological domain to keep up to date knowledge. He/she has the ability to work with others in order to design and implement the various elements of a 3D production and integrate them into a coherent whole.

Finally, the graduate in 3D animation and image synthesis demonstrates a critical spirit and demonstrates analysis, interpretation and evaluation capacity. He/she knows compare, make connections, synthesize and solve problems and propose alternatives. He/she speaks with mastery in written and spoken French, and shows a good understanding of the English language. He/she has a solid culture in media, communication and the arts in general, and demonstrates ethical sense, responsiveness and openness to the world.

Art
FASHION MARKETING | AEC | 1500 hours

Fashion Marketing is an important part of the Canadian economy and paves the way for a multitude of career opportunities whether that’s buying fashion products, product development, merchandising, sales management, operation, business, planning or sales support.

The Fashion Marketing program is designed to train technicians specialized in business management, merchandising and product design. Training focuses on the development of skills related to the fashion industry, interpersonal skills, leadership, flexibility and the development of professional ethics.

The college asks students to master the language of the industry. The program structure is such that the student will explore and analyze new ideas, learn the structure of fashion merchandising as well as learn to manage and distribute fashion products.

INTERIOR DESIGN | AEC | 19 months (including internship)

Interior design is a creative field with many technical challenges. The college program is perfect for people with a good sense of aesthetic awareness that are sensitive to the use of built environments. While learning the different aspects of the discipline, students develop skills and artistic talents to be able to coordinate entire projects, whether residential or commercial. The program also offers courses in AutoCAD and 3D Studio Max (computer aided design) so that students are well equipped to handle technological developments in the industry. Our school develops the skills and abilities of students for all aspects of interior design.

At the end of the course, students will be able to understand the needs of a client in interior space planning, design solutions, draw sketches and plan a space inside built according to chosen solutions and in accordance with codes, to advise on the choice of colors, materials, furniture and ensure the execution of the project according to plans and specifications.

FASHION DESIGN

The fashion industry is a demanding field that recognizes excellence. Designers must have a keen sense of aesthetics and respect the laws of the market. Our school offers a college program in fashion design which enables students to develop their artistic and technical skills for a career in a dynamic and exciting industry. In addition to developing his/her own style, the training will enable the graduate to analyze and interpret trends in order to develop new styles. The program also includes courses on PAD System, Photoshop and Illustrator software and Design Click on modules, allowing the student to work with the technology of fashion design. The fashion design program’s goal is to train designers of feminine fashion whose role is to design quality clothes and create styles or clothing designs that reflect the fashion trends as well as the needs of various markets. The fashion designer should conduct research on the materials used, oversee the implementation of the pattern and the manufacture of prototypes and ensure development.

The program aims to achieve the following objectives:

  • Making the student independent in the application of work functions relating to training in fashion design;
  • Promote the integration of the student within the company according to the chosen career orientation and that, depending on the knowledge and skills demonstrated;
  • Encourage the development of the student in accordance with the needs and requirements in the apparel industry;
  • Make the person competent in the exercise of his/her profession, that is to say allow him/her, since its integration into the labor market and in the performance capacity required, to perform the tasks and perform activities associated with the profession;
  • Promote the integration of the person in the working life, including through a knowledge of the labor market in general as well as a knowledge of the particular context in which he/she carry their chosen profession;
  • Promote the development and deepening of professional knowledge in the person;
  • Encourage the professional mobility of the person by allows him/her to provide resources to carry out well his/her career, including an awareness of entrepreneurship.
Management
PARALEGAL TECHNOLOGY

The Paralegal Technology program teaches students how to work with legal documents, computer research laws and regulations, as well as case law and doctrine.

Technicians and paralegals analyze and interpret various legal documents and collaborate in drafting procedures or documents to the processing of files. This requires knowledge and expertise in various areas of both contentious as notarial law, procedures and drafting procedures, methods of research and the use of databases and software used in the field practice.

The program also prepares students for tasks including:

  • opening and monitoring of records, monitoring of client accounts, preparation and taxation of bills of costs, management of trust accounts, preparation of cases for hearing, court vacation, title search, collection of fines, alimony, writing of audience minutesFinally, the specialization provides the knowledge and expertise in working procedures and legislation in commercial and corporate law and administrative law.
Education
CHILD EDUCATION

The child care educator works with children between the ages of 0 and 12. As soon as he or she comes into contact with his or her workplace, he or she is called upon to meet the child’s basic needs. To do this, he or she must ensure the child’s safety, assess the child’s needs (hygiene, comfort, sleep, nutrition), provide appropriate care and evaluate the relevance of the interventions provided.

In addition to meeting basic needs, the child educator must meet the child’s psychological and educational needs. To this end, he or she must establish a meaningful relationship with him or her. He or she must maintain a climate conducive to the development of the child and the group through interventions related to individual or collective behaviours.

Finally, the educator must create a living environment that promotes the child’s psychomotor, cognitive, language, social-emotional and moral development. To do this, he or she must design, organize, facilitate and evaluate daily activities adapted to the specific needs of the clientele.

The general practitioner working in childcare services will thus be able to practice his profession with all childcare clients in Quebec, in all types of childcare services. He or she will be trained to perform all the daily functions required to meet the needs of the children.

Admission Requirements

To be admitted to this program you must:

  • Have a High School diploma
  • Have successfully completed BLI English level 8 or BLI French level 8
  • Be at least 18 years old
Documents
  • A copy of a valid passport
  • A copy of your birth certificate in English or French, notarized and translated
  • A copy of your high school diploma and transcript in English or French, notarized and translated
  • A copy of your CAQ
  • A copy of your study permit
  • Proof of language level (BLI level or Official exam)
bt_bb_section_bottom_section_coverage_image
Contact us
Suite 400, 70 Rue Notre Dame Ouest
514 842 3847
Monday - Friday: 8:30 AM - 5 PM
Newsletter