Co-Creating a Portrait of a Graduate

Homepage > Workshops & Events > Co-Creating a Portrait of a Graduate: Key Competencies for Life-Long Learning

Co-Creating a Portrait of a Graduate: Key Competencies for Life-Long Learning


Join us for this hands-on workshop day aimed at uniting educators and school leaders in preparing our students for their futures.

It’s not only a chance to connect with fellow educators, but also an opportunity to dive deep into the how and why of important transversal competencies like collaboration, time management, creativity, perseverance, and decision-making. 

Registration is closed.

April 19, 2024 - 8:30AM - 3:00PM at the Palace Centre de Congrès Laval

Target Audience

  • Cycle 2 Secondary Teachers, Administrators, and Guidance Counsellors
  • CEGEP Teachers and Career Counsellors
  • Adult Education & Vocational Training Centre Adminstrators, Teachers, and  Centre Counsellors

What can you expect?

  • Engaging discussions
  • Hands-on activities
  • Network opportunities
  • Collaborative brainstorming

Join us to contribute to this vital conversation and empower our youth with the lifelong learning tools they need for their professional and personal success.

Take a look at the full day's schedule.

Browse this Resource Package on Transversal Competencies.

Featured Speakers

Avery Rueb - Teacher, Vanier College


Avery Rueb has teaching experience in 5 different countries working in public and private schools for over 20 years. His research primarily explores gamification, leading to his involvement in developing gamified learning projects, such as "Mots de jeux" to help teach Quebec's video game employees French terminology related to game development. Collaborating with multiple cégep and secondary school partners, Avery is dedicated to implementing transversal competency systems to help equip students with the necessary skills for success in the 21st century.

Hugo Turgeon Côté - Co-director, Edu2 High School


Hugo Turgeon Côté holds a Master's in Education from Université de Montréal and has over ten years of experience teaching in both public and private secondary schools. He is a co-founder of Edu2, a micro-school in Montreal that focuses on preparing students for real-world challenges through the development of human skills such as collaboration and citizenship.

Max Salonine - Ped Counseler, Vanier College


Max Salonine, M.Ed. has an extensive background in CEGEP education, having taught a variety of Social Science and Humanities courses, particularly to students with learning difficulties. As part of the Pedagogical Support and Innovation team at Vanier College, Max supports various pedagogical animation initiatives, assists faculty in academic program support and development, as well as occasionally teaches Psychology courses