RÉCIT Vocational Training
English School Boards
Welcome to the RÉCIT VT website. We are the anglophone vocational training branch of the RÉCIT (Network, Education, Collaboration, Innovation, Technology): a Quebec wide network of over 300 consultants focused on the development of student's skills through the integration of technologies in education. It is mainly through the training, support and guidance of teaching staff that it fulfills its mandate, while developing a culture of networking and sharing.
What's new on the site?
Headlines: A full day on the professional identity of vocational training teachers, the program of the Sommet du numérique en éducation, the Olympiades québécoises de la formation professionnelle, ...
Headlines: We would like to hear you on the priorities of our new minister, Webinar on mixed reality, Hats Off to You! contest, Google & Microsoft join the A.I. arena, ...
The Leadership Committee for English Education in Québec (LCEEQ) conference gathered education experts and practitioners for two days of online reflecting and tinkering on February 6th & 7th. Read more about it here.
Your RÉCIT VT resource team:
James Burn is an educational consultant with Riverside School Board and RÉCIT Provincial Service for Vocational Education.
The 2022-23 school year marks his seventh year as a Vocational Training consultant for the nine English school boards in Quebec.
Utilizing his love for teaching and passion for technology, he provides customized workshops and training to integrate technology into classrooms.
Marc Vézina comes with years of grassroot experience in teaching trades, as he has been a cooking teacher for 17 years with the Lester B. Pearson School Board. He has embraced the implementation of technology in vocational training, both in support of learning and teaching, early in his career. As a creative and innovative person, he is now looking forward to collaborating with individuals committed to student’s success, and developing new tools and resources.