Our Approach


Who are our continuing education programmes intended for ?

Adults who are active in the working world
  • Be it in government, the private sector, non-profit groups, etc.
Who are pursuing the goal
  • Of progressing or changing professions, acquiring the tools needed to turn plans for personal development or commitments within society into a reality, by discovering a new area of knowledge, by gaining in-depth expertise on innovative subjects
  • Of improving and expanding their capacity to act and reflect by putting their real-world knowledge to the test using theoretical tools, by learning about the latest breakthroughs in their field, etc.

Adults who are active in the working world and who do not meet the criteria for acceptance into their chosen programme may ask to be admitted on the basis of their personal and professional experience.
All the information can be found on the Accreditation for Work Experience page.

What type of continuing education programmes do we organise ?

We organise three types of programmes :

We offer cutting-edge continuing education programmes that are in sync with a constantly changing world. Meeting and anticipating needs in terms of continuing education, our programmes play a role in the expansion of new professions and the transformation of existing ones, from environmental manager to mediator, hippotherapist, pharmacist, and BIM Manager – to name just a few.

Who are our instructors ?

Our teams of instructors are of mixed origin, made up of both academics and field experts, in order to ensure rigour in the approach used and relevance in the methods and tools being proposed.

What are our teaching methods ?

We give priority to teaching methods that help ensure lasting retention of what is learned during the programme: learning through projects or problems, case studies performed in actual companies, role-playing, traineeships, end-of-programme assignments organised around the study of a practical case (that might potentially be) encountered in the participant’s professional environment, etc.

What added value comes from taking a continuing education programme ?