The Work-Oriented Training Pathway (WOTP)
In the context of the diversification of educational paths offered to students, a Work-Oriented Training Pathway gives young people experiencing academic difficulties the possibility of pursuing their education in a different context according to an adapted pedagogy, and obtain an official certificate attesting to qualifying training that prepares them for employment.
These students can now receive quality training with internships permitting them to integrate into the job market with success, or to pursue their studies in vocational training or general education. These pathways offer two programs: Pre-Work Training and Training in a Semi-Skilled Trade.
Guide for the educational pathway for parents of a handicapped child
Presented by the Office des personnes handicapées du Québec, this guide facilitates access to information about programs offered to handicapped persons, their family and loved ones. Download the guide
Inspired by brochures from the Centre de services scolaire de Montréal, the Centre de services scolaire du Chemin-du-Roy, Centre de services scolaire de la Capitale and Centre de services scolaire des Appalaches.