L’Envol Adult Education Centre
in the heart of the city of Temiscaming, L’Envol offers general
adult education in both French and English and also offers the Pulp
and Paper diploma in Vocational training.
L’Envol, our team will make every effort to support and assist you
as you reach your objectives. The development of our services is done
according to your training needs.
us to register and complete your application!
Adult Education Centre: 819-627-9558
About Adult Education
come to L’Envol?
obtain your Secondary School Diploma;
obtain your prerequisites in order to register for college or for a
Vocational training course;
improve your French, Mathematics and English skills;
also offer distance education, for those who would like to work at
their own pace in the comfort of their home.
How to register
be 16 years of age or more by July 1
of the school year in which you will be studying;
form Birth Certificate;
transcript from the Ministry of Education or report card from your
last school attended;
Medical Insurance Card or Quebec Drivers license for proof of Quebec
fees of 60$;
the welcome procedure.
Pulp and Paper - Operations (DEP)
To be eligible for admission to this program, candidates must meet one of the following requirements:
Persons holding a Secondary School Diploma or its recognized equivalent, for example, an Attestation of Equivalence of Secondary V studies, or a postsecondary diploma such as the Diploma of College Studies or a Bachelor's degree
Persons who are at least 16 years of age on September 30 of the school year in which their training is to begin and have earned the Secondary IV credits in language of instruction, second language and mathematics in the programs of study established by the Minister, or have been granted recognition for equivalent learning
Persons who are at least 18 years of age upon entry into the program and have the following functional prerequisites: the successful completion of the General Development Test (see the following table), or recognition of equivalent learning
Persons who have obtained Secondary III credits in language of instruction, second language and mathematics in programs established by the Minister are required to pursue general education courses, concurrently with their vocational training, in order to obtain the Secondary IV credits they lack in language of instruction, second language and mathematics in programs established by the Minister.
Acquire the knowledge, ability and attitude necessary to use the four main procedures in obtaining pulp and the treatment processes applied, to perform tests on pulp and paper, make decisions and apply actions necessary at different steps in the fabrication of paper.
Interests and abilities
- You like manual work;
- You are interested in the operation of machinery;
- You have good observation skills;
- You like teamwork;
- You have a good spirit of collaboration;
- You have basic understanding of mechanics;
- You are fast, accurate and efficient;
- You have a good physical resistance to heat and to the stress of productivity.
|727-511 Determine their suitability for the trade and the training process
|727-711 Use job search techniques
|763-312 Use machines to supply and prepare raw materials
|763-543 Apply health, safety and emergency measures
|763-552 Make connections between raw materials and products
|763-563 Perform production control calculations
|763-572 Learn about paper companies
|763-583 Apply concepts of chemistry to pulp and paper
|763-603 Communicate in the workplace
|763-622 Make sketches and read drawings
|763-632 Use a computer
|763-644 Describe mechanical pulping processes
|763-654 Operate machinery used to process pulp for paper and cardboard
|763-665 Conduct physical tests on products
|763-673 Conduct chemical tests on products
|763-684 Describe chemical pulping processes
|763-694 Apply concepts of mechanics
|763-703 Apply concepts associated with energy sources and industrial electricity
|763-712 Describe the recycling and de-inking process
|763-725 Apply concepts associated with instrumentation and automatic process control
|763-737 Perform tasks associated with the operation of paper and cardboard machines
|763-743 Describe chemical treatments and the surface properties of products
|763-753 Perform winding, packaging and printing tasks
|763-763 Make connections between process control and production costs
|763-774 Apply environmental management concepts
may be eligible for financial assistance from the following
Employment Center (CLE);
on Occupational Health and Safety (CSST);
Automobile Insurance Corporation (SAAQ);
and ask about it!
School and vocational information service and guidance service
contact person can help you in:
Assessment of your academic and extra-curricular outcomes;
The development of your training profile to achieve your professional
The choice of an assessment tool to meet an admission requirement;
Equivalence tests (TENS);
General Development Test (TDG)
Socio-professional integration service (SIS)
a helping hand in your job search?
our SIS training, you can:
Identify your strengths;
Specify what you want to do;
Know how to introduce yourself to an employer;
Practice job search techniques;
Obtain information on the labor market;
Acquire basic computer skills;
Do a work placement in a company.
training can be modified to each individual according to their
schooling, experience and their difficulties of integration in the
Training services for semi-skilled trades
are a large number of semi-skilled trades that require little
training, enable you to obtain ministerial certification, and offer
good job opportunities.
Annie Girard at 819-629-2144 ext. 2010
Social integration training service
service allows adults with physical, intellectual or social
difficulties the opportunity to improve their basic skills in the
practice of their activities, their social roles and, where
appropriate, in the pursuit of their studies.
guiding principle for the future is that supports will be tailored to
individual need and will be flexible and person-centred.
L'Envol Adult Education Centre
451, chemin Kipawa C.P. 952
Temiscaming (Québec) J0Z 3R0
Phone : 819 627-9558
Fax : 819 627-1921