Newsletter COVID-19 26/03/2020

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CLASSES CONTINUATION

As announced earlier this week, all educational services will continue online as of Monday, March 30. We would like to say a special thank you to our teachers and pedagogical management team for their involvement and dedication. They are currently working very hard to put in place the best possible measures to allow you to continue your program. Our commitment is to offer you an amazing quality of education, thanks to our virtual classes.

Here are the general terms of your courses which will continue online starting next Monday:

  • All of your classes will be held on the same schedule as usual. We believe that this condition is important to continue your learning process in a harmonious and organized way.
  • Your presence at each meeting/interaction with your teachers, according to your usual schedule, is important to your success, so it is crucial to attend all online training sessions. We are counting on you to participate in a responsible and continuous manner in all your training sessions, as you would in class.
  • For each of your classes, the teachers will present the adjustments made to their lesson plan in order to cover all the competencies required as well as the new evaluation methods specific to their class.
  • For the week of March 30, we invite you to check your MIO several times a day. Your teachers will use this tool to provide you with login information, 24 hours in advance, for the next day classes.
  • The subject of the message will clearly indicate the course, group, date and time of the course in question. These emails will allow you to log in accordingly.
  • For the following weeks, the procedure will be much simpler since the planning of sessions on Zoom will be done automatically by Omnivox.
  • It should be noted that for the moment, no change on the school calendar is planned. We will notify you if the situation changes.
  • Until the beginning of the course on Monday, March 30, we invite you to verify that your technological resources are functional and ready for the virtual classes.
  • Please make sure you have accesss to a computer or a digital tablet connected to the internet to be able to follow your classes. You can also use a smartphone if needed. If you have any questions or concerns regarding your technological resources at home, please contact Mr. Zakaria Jamai Mouhtadi by email at [email protected] or by phone at 819-773-1882.

We wish everyone a good back to school online on Monday!

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

We hope to find you well despite the situation surrounding COVID-19 and would like to reiterate our support for you during this difficult period, far from your families.

As specified above, the courses will continue online as of Monday, March 30. The College is committed to your education and is very aware of the importance for all of our international students to finish their program as scheduled. We understand that the delays in your study permits can be an additional source of stress.

Rest assured that all the necessary measures are taken by the College to allow you to meet the deadlines of your study permits and that we are in contact with the immigration authorities to obtain relevant information for you.

Please note that you will not be penalized in order to get your post graduate work permit.

We remind you that you can communicate with Ms. Sofia Makhoukhi by email at [email protected] or by phone at 819-503-2402 for any questions or concerns you may have.

Consulates and Embassies

By clicking on the link below, you will find useful information regarding your consulates and embassies present in Quebec and Canada. They are an important resource for you. Please do not hesitate to contact them should you have any questions.

(available in French only)

http://www.mrif.gouv.qc.ca/content/documents/fr/Protocole/Repertoire_fr.pdf

 

You can email us at:
[email protected]

For more information
http://quebec.ca/coronavirus

Assistance line:
1-877-644-4545

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