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Le passage à la télépratique : transformations des rencontres de groupe et enjeux d’accès aux services d’emploi au Québec

Un webinaire de lancement de la recherche « Le passage à la télépratique : transformations des rencontres de groupe et enjeux d’accès aux services d’emploi au Québec», menée dans le contexte des premières vagues de la pandémie. L’événement prendra la forme d’un atelier de présentation et d’échange autour d’une recherche réalisée par AXTRA avec les professeur·es Patricia Dionne et Francis Milot-Lapointe, du Département d’orientation professionnelle de l’Université de Sherbrooke, et menée avec la collaboration des partenaires suivants :

  • La Chaire-réseau de recherche sur la jeunesse du Québec (CRJ)
  • Le Collectif autonome des Carrefour jeunesse emploi du Québec (CACJEQ)
  • Le Regroupement des organismes spécialisés pour l’emploi des personnes handicapées (ROSEPH)
  • Le Réseau des carrefours jeunesse-emploi du Québec (RCJEQ)
  • Le Réseau des services spécialisés de main-d’œuvre (RSSMO)

AXTRA invite donc chaleureusement toutes les personnes gestionnaires et intervenantes des organismes en employabilité à s’inscrire au webinaire afin de vous approprier les résultats de cette recherche, qui mettent en lumière l’ampleur des enjeux soulevés par le passage au virtuel des services d’emploi en groupe. L’événement permettra aussi aux personnes présentes d’échanger sur l’évolution des pratiques en matière de télépratique groupale et de faire le point sur la situation trois ans après le début de la pandémie de COVID-19. 

Date : mercredi 22 mars, de 12 h 30 à 14 h 30. L’événement sera également disponible en rattrapage
Public visé : personnes gestionnaires et intervenantes du secteur

Lieu : en ligne, via Zoom. Le lien de connexion au webinaire sera envoyé automatiquement à la suite de votre inscription
Inscription obligatoire : Le passage forcé à la télépratique : transformations des rencontres de groupe et enjeux d’accès aux services d’emploi au Québec

  • Language: French

Date

Mar 22 2023
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12:30 pm - 2:30 pm

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  • Fuseau horaire : America/Los_Angeles
  • Date : Mar 22 2023
  • Heure : 9:30 am - 11:30 am

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