Specialized IT Courses ($2/hour funded by Gouvernement du Québec)

REGISTER NOW FOR WINDOWS SERVER, VMWARE, AND MORE! 

 

Schedule

REGISTRATION IS OPEN!  Register early to avoid disappointment

Courses available are those which have specific start dates appearing

Windows Server Administration

Windows Server 2016 35 hours 70 $ September 8
Windows Operating System 30 hours 60 $ September 23
Windows Server 2016 – Active Directory 35 hours 70 $ October 14
Exchange Server 2016 42 hours 84 $ Winter 2019
Windows Security – Introduction 30 hours 60 $ November 10
Windows Security – Advanced 30 hours 60 $ Winter 2019

 

Network Security

Computer System Security 45 hours 90 $ Winter 2019

 

Big Data 

Management and Processing of Big Data I 48 hours 96 $ September 8
Management and Processing of Big Data II 45 hours 90 $ November 3
Processing of Big Data with SPARK 24 hours 48 $ Winter 2019
Big Data: Reporting and Prediction 45 hours 90 $ Winter 2019
Data Science – Level 1 24 hours 48 $ September 5
Data Science – Level 2 21 hours 42 $ October 22
Data Science – Level 3 21 hours 42 $ November 12
NO SQL with Mongo DB 35 hours 70 $ Winter 2019

 

Databases (“SQL Series”)

SQL – Introduction 24 hours 48 $ September 8
SQL – Introduction (Section 2) 24 hours 48 $ September 10
SQL – Intermediate 24 hours 48 $ October 13
SQL – Intermediate (Section 2) 24 hours 48 $ November 5
SQL – Advanced 24 hours 48 $ November 10
SQL – Reporting Services (SSRS) 24 hours 48 $ September 11
SQL –  Analysis Services (SAAS)  24 hours 48 $ October 23
SQL –  Integration Services (SSIS) – Introduction 21 hours 42 $ December 4
SQL- Integration Services – Advanced 14 hours 28 $ Winter 2019
SQL – Data Quality Services 21 hours 42 $ Winter 2019

 

Linux System Administration

Linux Operating System 35 hours 70 $ Winter 2019
Ubuntu Operating System 35 hours 70 $ September 26
Linux Security – Introduction 30 hours 60 $ Fall 2018
Linux Security- Advanced 30 hours 60 $ Winter 2019

 

Programming Language

Python – Level 1 24 hours 48 $ September 4
Python – Level 1 (Section 2) 24 hours 48 $ October 22
Python – Level 2 24 hours 48 $ October 2
Python – Level 2 (Section 2) 24 hours 48 $ November 14
Python – Level 3 30 hours 60 $ October 30
R Language – Level 1 21 hours 42 $ October 13
R Language – Level 2 30 hours 60 $ November 10
R Language – level 3 30 hours 60 $ Winter 2019

 

Project Management
I.T. Management

ITIL® 2011 Foundation 25 hours 50 $ September 15
ITIL® 2011 Foundation (Section 2) 25 hours 50 $ November 24
ITIL® 2011 Practitioner 18 hours 36 $ Fall 2018

 

MS Project

Project Management (MS Project) 66 hours 132 $ September 15

 

Virtualization

VMware 36 hours 72 $ November 24
Hyper V 35 hours 70 $ Winter 2019
Managing a Cloud Computing Project 30 hours 60 $ September 15
Container Based System Architecture – Docker 15 hours 30 $ October 28
Microsoft Azure- Fundamental Concepts 45 hours 90 $ November 11
Amazon Web Services 30 hours 60 $ Winter 2019

 

Web Development

JavaScript – Introduction 45 hours 90 $ Fall 2018
JavaScript – Advanced 42 hours 84 $ Winter 2019

 

Microsoft Applications

VBA for Excel 20 hours 40 $ November 6
Microsoft Access – Advanced 28 hours 56 $ Winter 2019

***Schedule subject to change***

  The above part-time IT specialized courses are popular and have very limited spaces available. Register early to avoid disappointment. Please refer back to the website often for regular updates & information and Gouvernement du Québec specific eligibility requirements. If you experience technical problems with our online registration module for part-time IT courses, please call 514-457-5036 or e-mail conted@johnabbott.qc.ca.

Eligibility and Registration

Am I eligible?

  • Determine if you are eligible for the subsidized rate of $2 per hour.
Eligible Participants Non-Eligible Participants
  • Employed and self-employed individuals working in areas related to IT
  • Individuals working in an unrelated field, but with an educational background in IT
  • Individuals employed in a position for which they are overqualified in relation to their diploma, and the training is related to their field of study

  • Unemployed individuals residing on the Island of Montreal and the training is related to their professional experience or educational background

  • Students (even if they are working part-time)
  • Unemployed individuals not residing on the Island of Montreal
  • Individuals receiving CSST or SAAQ benefits
  • Any employee of a government entity, including public, para-public, (Québec/Canada) or municipal

  • Individuals seeking a career change or taking the course for personal purposes

Although individuals in the Greater Montreal area (Montréal, Laval, Laurentides, Lanaudière et Montérégie) are eligible to take these courses, individuals who live and/or work on the Island of Montreal have priority.

Participants cannot be registered in more than two (2) courses AT THE SAME TIME. However, a subsidized participant may apply for as many courses as they wish over the course of the year, just not more than two (2) simultaneously.

No more than three (3) employees from the same company may be registered in any one course at the same time.

 How do I register?

Carefully read the eligibility requirements above. If you are ELIGIBLE for the course at the rate of $2/hr:

For each course for which you register:

Step 1

  1. Select the course found in the Schedule tab
  2. On the course page, click on the “REGISTER” button. This will take you to Mia, the online registration module
  3. In the left-hand column, select #2 “PART-TIME IT COURSES (SERVICES QUÉBEC)”
  4. Select the course from the resulting list
  5. Select “Add to cart”
  6. Select “Confirm registration and go to payment”

Step 2

  1.  Login to your Omnivox account with your email address and password. (if you do not have an account, select “First-time Access” to create on and fill in the required information in order to use the system for the first time)
  2. Complete the Admissions Form
  3. Proceed to the payment for your course by credit card (Visa or MasterCard)
  4. A “Web registration receipt” will appear (you will receive this by e-mail as well)

Step 3

  1. In order to complete your registration, you MUST fill out the form required by the Gouvernement du Québec (a link to the form is provided in your e-mail receipt)
  2. NOTE: Your form will not be submitted until you have clicked on the “Confirm your answers” button at the end of the process

Upon receipt of your registration, the Centre for Continuing Education will review your registration form to confirm your eligibility.

If it is determined that you are not eligible for the subsidized rate of $2/hr, the Centre for Continuing Education will contact you. You will be required to pay the fee that is applicable to the General Public (see the course description) OR you may withdraw from the course with no penalty and a complete refund of any payment will be mailed to you.

If you are NOT ELIGIBLE for the course at the rate of $2/hr
Please note that priority is given to participants who meet the eligibility criteria. However, there may be space available to the General Public, at an additional cost (see course description for the exact cost). If you are interested in taking a course and you know in advance that you do not meet the eligibility criteria, please follow the steps above. Note:

  1. You will still need to complete the mandatory form required by the Gouvernement du Québec, in order for your registration to be processed
  2. In this form, respond “NO” to the question “I meet the eligibility requirements…”. You will be redirected to the end of the form
  3. The Centre for Continuing Education will review your form and the registration module will apply the non-subsidized cost for the course (General Public fee) to your Omnivox account
  4. You will be notified by e-mail to proceed to the online registration module, to pay your balance

Important Information:

  • The Centre for Continuing Education will confirm receipt of your application form and payment via email
  • You will receive an email approximately 5 working days before the class starts, providing all course details including class location
  • You cannot register for more than 2 courses AT THE SAME TIME. However, a subsidized participant can apply for as many courses as they wish over the course of the year, just not more than 2 simultaneously
  • We cannot accept more than three employees from the same company in the same course
  • The cost of manuals or textbooks is not included in the course fees, unless otherwise indicated.
  • Taxes are included in course fees.

Class size is limited. Register early to avoid disappointment.

Call 514-457-5036 for more information

Refund Policy

The Centre for Continuing Education reserves the right to cancel any course due to insufficient registration prior to the start of classes. Participants registered in a cancelled class will be contacted and receive a full refund for the course. If the Centre for Continuing Education determines that a participant is not eligible for the course at the reduced rate of $2 / hour, the participant will be notified and may pay the balance of the fee offered to the general public, or receive a full refund. Tuition fees for non-credit IT courses offered in collaboration with the Gouvernement du Québec are refundable upon receipt of written notification as follows:

  • Full refund 7 days or more before the first scheduled class
  • No refund 6 days before the first scheduled class

For withdrawal requests, all applicants are required to notify the Centre for Continuing Education in writing, as soon as possible at: iteq@johnabbott.qc.ca. 

Waitlist

Please complete the information form below if you would like us to contact you once the start dates have been set up.

Online Waitlist Form

  • You may select more than one
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