The Diploma of Vocational Studies (D.V.S.) in Computer Support is a program aimed at providing you with initial computer training. The duration of this program is 1800 hours. A DEP in IT support is recognized across Canada and globally. To be admitted to this program, all you need to do is meet one of the following conditions:
- The person holds a high school diploma or its recognized equivalent (eg: attestation of equivalence of level of education) or a graduate diploma, such as a college diploma or a bachelor's degree.
- The person is at least 16 years old on September 30 of the school year in which he begins his training and has obtained Secondary IV credits in language of instruction, second language and mathematics in programs studies established by the Minister or has achieved learning recognized as equivalent.
- The person is at least 18 years old when starting their training and has the functional prerequisites, i.e. successful completion of the general development test as well as specific prerequisites (see table below), or has completed learning recognized as being equivalent.
- The person has obtained Secondary 3 credits in language of instruction, second language and mathematics in study programs established by the Minister and will continue their general education at the same time as their vocational training to obtain secondary 4 credits which are lacking in the language of instruction, in the second language and in mathematics in the programs of study established by the Minister.
Application for admission
Choose your program (registration form):
Meet our advisor :
In order to take an admission interview and define your path, you must make an appointment with our training advisor:
by phone: 514 933 6688
This meeting also gives you the opportunity to visit the college and ask any questions you may have regarding our college.
Provide the following documents :
CSQ, permanent residence, if relevant
Help and support
Students who wish to take advantage of the following services can meet with our academic training and guidance counselor by making an appointment at the secretariat
Support in the educational process
The advisor supports students in finding ways to help them overcome the difficulties inherent in carrying out their training project, as well as their professional integration.
The support provided is aimed in particular at the student's academic difficulties which may lead to the development of a support plan