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Manual felling and logging + Maple syrup production (double DEP)

TRAINING
DESCRIPTION

Upon completion of this program, you will have the skills to work in both public and private forests as well as in various forest stands that have commercial value. The Manual Felling and Logging program aims to develop skills related to the manual felling of standing merchant trees and the transport of felled trees or logs to a motor road.   It is a stimulating forest job for those who like to work in the outdoors and in nature. A job as a skidding equipment operator is suitable for active, autonomous and vigilant people who have good manual dexterity.   As for the Maple Production program, you will be able to acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to practice the trade of maple production worker.   It is a demanding but rewarding job for those who enjoy working outdoors and have good physical endurance and a good sense of observation. A job as a maple syrup producer is suitable for meticulous and independent people.

Duration : 1 605 Hours

academic
prerequisites


* The validation of your eligibility will be confirmed by our admissions department once your application has been completed.

JOB
PROSPECTS

  • Woodcutter/lumberjack
  • Silvicultural worker
  • Maple syrup cooker
  • Agricultural worker
  • Visit Emploi-Québec to learn more about these opportunities.

    EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS PROVIDING TRAINING

    CFPRO en Foresterie à Dégelis
    Dégelis, Bas-Saint-Laurent
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    DURATION : 10 Months
    CLASSES START : August 20 2024
    COSTS : 51 923,00 $*
    LANGUAGE : French (B(2))
    * Please update your nationality in the general menu
    * Costs are subject to change until the letter of admission is issued
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    DURATION : 10 Months
    CLASSES START : August 20 2024
    COSTS : 51 923,00 $*
    LANGUAGE : French (B(2))
    * Please update your nationality in the general menu
    * Costs are subject to change until the letter of admission is issued
    Register

    Legend Welcoming services

    Integrating into the community

    Practical tour of the city and help with initial purchases
    Contact with local aid organizations

    Reception on arrival

    Reception at airport, bus terminal or train station

    Integrating into the school system

    School tour and twinning with another student
    Monthly follow-up with the student

    Integrating the family

    Referral to employment agencies for your spouse
    Help with child daycare or school registration
    Information on family social activities

    General information and administrative follow-up

    Direct contact with a resource person
    Registration, information and provision of mandatory health insurance card
    Explanation of the Centre’s teaching techniques and operations

    Accommodation

    Reserving temporary accommodation prior to arrival
    Help with finding permanent accommodation

    Note: Services may vary slightly from one training centre to another.

    TRAINING OBJECTIVES

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    TRAINING CONTENT

    Competency statement
    HOURS
    Preventing occupational health and safety violations
    45
    Differentiating between commercial species and the main non-commercial forest species in Quebec
    60
    Applying forest fire fighting methods
    15
    Using and Maintaining a Chainsaw
    60
    Looking for a job
    15
    Situate oneself with regard to the profession and the training approach
    30
    Driving and maintaining a skidding machine
    45
    Troubleshoot a skidding machine
    60
    Verify the application of a silvicultural requirement relating to manual felling and forest skidding
    45
    Classer des bois tronçonnés et non tronçonnés
    45
    Carry out preparatory work for wood skiddingCarry out preparatory work for wood skidding
    45
    Perform felling work
    105
    Carry out sawn and non-cut timber skidding
    90
    Perform shaping work
    90
    Manage a micro-enterprise operating budget
    30
    Integrating into the workplace
    120
    Situate oneself with regard to the profession and the training approach
    30
    Finding your way in the forest
    30
    Preventing health and safety breaches
    45
    Making connections between maple and its ecosystem
    90
    Working as a team
    15
    Carry out work related to the development of a sugar bush
    120
    Ensuring the quality of maple products
    30
    Install and maintain the vacuum collection network
    120
    Tapping maple trees
    60
    Treating maple water
    60
    Transforming maple water
    60
    Packaging maple syrup
    60
    Clean and sanitize maple syrup equipment
    45
    Maintain equipment and infrastructure in good condition
    90
    Use job search means
    30
    Integrating into the workplace
    120

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