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To obtain your DVS

You’d like to take a Program Leading to a DVS?

Determining your educational plan

If you need help choosing a program, the vocational training and referral centres in some school boards have specialists who can answer your questions.

 

You may be eligible to register for a program leading to a DVS even if you don’t have your SSD:

  • If you are at least 16 years old as of September 30th, have successfully completed Secondary III and earned Secondary IV credits in language of instruction, second language and mathematics or have been granted recognition of equivalent learning, except for a few programs that require Secondary V credits.;
  • If you are at least 18 years old and you successfully completed the General Development Test (GDT) and have the specific prerequisites required for the desired program or recognition of equivalent learning. GDT and have the specific prerequisites mentioned for the targeted program or recognition equivalent prior learning and skills;
  • Or you successfully complete the Secondary School Equivalency Test (TENS). SSET.

 

You may be eligible to register for a program leading to an AVS even if you don’t have a DVS:

  • If you practise a trade or occupation related to the program.

 

Can adults have their work experience recognized when they enroll in vocational training?

Yes, they can with the help of the Service de reconnaissance des It is designed to evaluate and formally certify the knowledge, skills and attitudes that people have acquired outside school or vocational training centres, including job experience. Contact your school board to find out how to apply for this type of certification. This procedure will also help you find out what you need to complete your training.

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