According to most recent projections from Emploi-Québec, many jobs will be available in the next five years in Québec and an important proportion of them will require vocational training.
As a person with special needs or having a disability, there are many opportunities available for you in vocational training. With nearly a hundred trades offered on the Island-of-Montreal, there is something to meet your interests and aspirations as well as your aptitudes and capacities. You can also register and participate in the ‘’Student for a day’’ activity offered in all vocational centres. This activity will allow you to get a better idea of the training you might choose and the trades that it leads to.
With the help of your family, your friends and several professionals at your disposal (guidance counselors, training counselors, psycho-educators, psychologists, teachers, etc.), you will be able to aim for a job that appeals to you and to consider the possibilities of taking the corresponding training. In order to help you, you can also register and take part in the “student for a day” activity offered by all vocational training centers. This activity will give you a better idea of the training that awaits you and the profession to which it leads.
There are numerous resources available to answer your needs. Do you require specific assistance to pursue your studies? Do you need financial assistance to pay for your needs or to help you financially during the course of these studies? To help answer these questions, contact the the financial aid agent in your School Board or contact the Loans and bursaries program at the Ministère de l’Éducation et Enseignement supérieur. Loans and bursaries
You can also get valuable information on all the services and resources available to students with disabilities by reading the brochure “Pour un avenir sans limites!”(In French only) VTT and the disabled CAMO for people with disabilities.
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