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FAQ

General Questions
Requested documents might vary according to where you were born (in Québec, in Canada,
outside Québec, Outside Canada). Please visit the information\registration page to learn the
process for registration and the documents you should bring.
The Québec loans and bursaries program is financed through l’Aide financière aux études (AFE).
It allows Québec students to carry on their studies even though they might not have sufficient
resources to do so. All our programs are eligible for the Quebec loans and bursaries.

LINKGLOBE is proud to be part of different School Board for years. Most of our programs are offered in both English and French, but some were designed for a bilingual population, allowing the students to study in English while developing competencies to work in a French environment.

The Québec public service offers all of our students the chance to gain working experience in their field of study. Whether it is for a job or an internship, the Québec public service offers summer employment opportunities or yearlong job experience. For more information, please visit the student job page !

Vocational Training

All registrations are done online. Visit our registration page in order to follow the instructions step by step.

The costs vary based on the program. To get a better idea of the cost you are interested in, we recommend you visit our vocational training programs page

Each program have their own requirements. We recommend you visit our vocational training programs page to familiarize yourself with the prerequisites or call us at 514-661-0068

To register in a VT program the student must be at least 16 years old at by September 30th of the upcoming academic year. If you are not 16 years and older at the moment of your registration, then you must be accompanied by a parent or a tutor or call us at 514-661-0068

The General Development Test (GDT) was developed to measure the general skills needed to evolve and succeed adequately in vocational training.

If a student, 18 years of age or older, does not meet the prerequisites for admission to a vocational training program, the General Development Test (GDT) is required in order to be eligible to enroll in the program of their choice.

We offer GDT on the 1st Thursday of each month.  To make an appointment to take the exam, contact us:

Admission.en@linkglobe.ca

INFORMATION ON SERVICES AND MODALITIES FOR DISSEMINATION OF TRAINING
Students enrolled in distance education must have knowledge of French (spoken and written) and computer skills. In addition, he must have or acquire, before the start of training, the computer equipment and software required for his studies such as:
• A high speed Internet connection (wired, minimum 5 MBPS); wifi at his home if he is the only user;
• A Qwerty keyboard;
• Headphones with microphone;
• Windows 10.
N. B. – Tablets and cellphones are prohibited.
 

A secretary will contact the student to greet them. After three unsuccessful attempts, the pupil’s reception will be postponed until the following week. The secretary, who cannot reach the student for the second week, will cancel his admission, which will cause his file to be suspended for a period of 30 days.

After the student’s admission, all communications must be made with the email address that will be provided by the linkglobe.ca

The student must adopt a behavior and communications marked by civility and respect towards the staff of the center, towards his peers and during training. In addition, the student agrees to appear in front of the camera in decent attire and in a space suitable for training.

The student has a duty to attend a minimum of 20 hours / week. The number of hours required is adapted according to the training program (ATE, Starting a business, etc.).A training plan including the start and end dates for each module will be sent to the student, who must be carefully observed for the duration of the semester. At the start of each semester, an update will be produced including, if applicable, module repeats.

The teacher must be able to correctly distinguish the full face of the student (beware of the backlight) to register a presence. If the identification is not adequate, the student will be expelled from the virtual class. If there is no correction to the situation, the coaching process will be put in place.
If a student is absent for more than five consecutive days without having discussed it with his tutor, his training will be interrupted on the 6th day.
Reasons for absence
Only the reasons supported by the following documents constitute reasoned absences:
• hospital certificate;
• medical examination ticket;
• document attesting to the student’s presence at the Court;
• document attesting to the death of a close relative;
• document confirming a job interview for the trade being trained.
Any other reason will be entered as unjustified in the file. A follow-up will be initiated by the student’s tutor who does not respect the number of hours on his contract. The coaching process can be started (see point 10).

The student must respect the self-taught training plan provided by the center.Registrations are made every week.The minimum wait is as follows:

• The student has a calendar provided in his self-taught training plan to complete a module. A rhythm of 10 hours / week is used to calculate the time required to complete a module.

o Example: a 30-hour module gives 3 weeks of preparation before taking your exam.

According to its training plan, at the end of a module, the center will determine, according to the availability schedule given by the student when registering, the date and time of the exam. A confirmation email will be sent to the student. When the student’s exam is scheduled, the student is required to be present on the date and time agreed. To take the exam, the student must present a photo ID.If the exam is absent or canceled, a call back from the center will be made. If absence is confirmed, access to VIA class will be disabled. In this case, the student must contact the CFOR secretariat to receive another date for the examination. Please note that access to the VIA class will not be reactivated until the absence exam is completed. The student’s training plan remains the same.

If an exam fails, the student will be informed by their teacher about the procedure to follow. Among other things, the student must follow the recommendations before having access to his supplemental exam. In case of failure on the resumption, the student will have to completely retake the failed module in the next semester.
A pupil can take exams or modules for free up to 20% of his training.
o Example: for a 900-hour program, the student will be entitled to 180 hours of module recovery. If the 180 hours are exceeded, he will have to pay $ 3.25 / hour to complete his program.
Any student who accumulates failures in the same semester will be subject to the supervision process to establish a strategy for success.
N. B. – To complete the internship, all modules must be passed.

During an evaluation, it is forbidden to communicate with another person verbally, in writing, by signs or by electronic means, as well as to have in his possession or to use any material not authorized by the teacher. or the technician or exam supervisor. It is also prohibited to appropriate or impersonate another person’s work as their own. Any event or part of an event remains the property of the center. A student who retains a copy of the test, in whole or in part, in paper form or in electronic version will be in violation. Any student guilty of plagiarism will be automatically penalized for this module and will be subject to disciplinary action.

To have their pedagogical equivalences recognized, the student must make an appointment with the pedagogical advisor. The request must be made at least three weeks before the start of the module with supporting evidence (diploma, course code, etc.).