CFP Pontiac still open despite the pandemic
Article published on 25 June 2020
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The Pontiac Professional Training Center (CFP) this week highlighted the graduation of an accounting student, Lee Graveline-Boisvert.

Despite the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, Lee Graveline-Boisvert was able to continue his apprenticeship and also had the chance to do his internship in the municipality of Mansfield.

“I learned a lot during my training and even though I graduate later because of the pandemic, I am really happy with what I have been able to develop as a skill,” said Lee Graveline-Boisvert.

By obtaining a diploma from Lee Graveline-Boisvert, the CFP Pontiac wanted to recall that, despite the pandemic, the center is still open and registrations are still accepted.

Normand Beaupré, the coordinator of the Adult Education and Vocational Training Service and the Material and Technological Resources Service at the Hauts-Bois-de-l’Outaouais School Service Center, said that the center took all the measures necessary to continue to welcome students into the various programs available.

The CFP Pontiac invites the population to take information for enrollment in the various programs available at the center, located in Mansfield.

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