Back to school at CFP Pontiac
Students in health, secretarial and accounting continue their learning
Article published on 26 August 2020
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Since the start of deconfinement at the start of the summer, classes have resumed at the Centre de formation professionnelle du Pontiac (CFP Pontiac). Daniel Larche, assistant director of adult education and vocational training at the Hauts-Bois-de-l’Outaouais School Services Center (CSSHBO), explains the progress of certain courses has facilitated supervision in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Currently, the cohort of the health course continues to learn just like the accounting and secretarial students. Daniel Larche has indicated that the CFP Pontiac will try to launch a new cohort for the cooking class.

Remember that the CFP Pontiac cooking class took place at the Parish Hall of the Knights of Columbus in Fort-Coulonge. A new cooking cohort could therefore have a beneficial impact on the Knights of Columbus if a class takes place in the coming months.

The full interview with Daniel Larche is available here.

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