Do you have experience with mechanic work, like finding the cause and the source of operating problems, replacing parts on different vehicle systems, or installing accessories and optional equipment?
Or perhaps you are presently working as an automobile mechanic, but you don’t have your diploma?
Recognition of acquired competencies is based on three principles:
|>||Individuals have a right to the social recognition of their knowledge or competencies insofar as they are able to provide evidence that they possess them.|
|>||Individuals should not have to redo in a formal educational setting any learning they may have already acquired in other contexts or other ways. What is important in the recognition of learning is what a person has learned, not where, when, or how it was learned.|
|>||Individuals should not have to gain further recognition for acquired competencies that have been carefully evaluated and sanctioned within an official system.|
At the end of the process, you will receive an official document (report card, diploma, etc.) to certify that the competencies have been acquired as if you had taken the training in one of our institutions.
If some competencies must be acquired either partially or completely, various adult-focused options will be proposed to you.
If you have questions regarding RAC or if you want to start the process:
- E-mail: RACSERVICES@rsb.qc.ca
- Call: 450-676-1843 ext. 6515