Programs - AEC

  • Group Management and Work Organization

    The RAC process for Group management and work organization is intended for individuals with professional experience as a front-line manager of a working team (ex: supervisor, team leader, coordinator) in the field of services or manufacturing.

    The eight competencies of the program refer to knowledge and skills related to production management, organization, direction and control, as well as staff management.

    Program competencies (EJN.0A)

    Examine the work function

    Examine the organization and environment of a company

    Apply basic principles in industrial psychology

    Cooperate to maintain a safe working environment in accordance with existing occupational health and safety laws and regulations

    Apply a work organization technique

    Use working group communication and facilitation techniques

    Solve technical, organizational and human problems related to the field of production

    Supervise a production team

    Next information session: Fall 2017

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  • Community Development Worker

    The RAC process for community development worker is intended for individuals with significant experience as a worker, animator or coordinator in community-based organizations such as: community centres, literacy associations, prevention centres or organizations for newcomers.

    The sixteen competencies of the program refer to knowledge and skills necessary for community intervention (assistance to people, group facilitation, project and team management).

    This program is offered following an agreement with the Rimouski Cégep.

    Program competencies (JWW.05)

    Examine the work functions and professional practices

    Facilitate group sessions

    Draft and revise texts in English

    Communicate in the workplace

    Use basic functions of everyday management and communications software

    Manage a work team

    Welcome a person in a helping relationship context

    Assess human behavior and development

    Conduct psychosocial interventions in a community organization

    Manage a project

    Develop activities related to the environment’s needs

    Conduct interventions in a helping relationship context

    Conduct interventions in a crisis situation

    Process financial information to manage a budget

    Intervene with people suffering from mental health and addiction disorders

    Integrate a workplace

    Next information session: Fall 2017

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