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DVP- Professional Sales in synchronous mode (online) in French or in English
-Choice to follow the courses in synchronous mode (virtual classes)
- Flexible day and evening schedules
- Eligible for loans and grants - The diplomas will be issued by the Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MEES)
Objectives of the program:
Acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to become a qualified salesperson in the retail sector, communicate effectively and advise customers, acquire sales techniques, market products and integrate quickly to a retail establishment.
20hours/ week (12 months)
30 hours/ week (8 months)
Conditions of admission
To be admitted to this professional sales program, it suffices to meet one of the following conditions:
The person holds a high school diploma or its recognized equivalent (ex attestation of equivalence in level of education) or a higher education diploma, such as a college diploma or a bachelor's degree.
OR The person is at least 16 years old on September 30 of the school year in which he begins his training and obtained Secondary IV credits in language of instruction, second language and mathematics in programs of 'studies established by the Minister or carried out apprenticeships recognized as being equivalent.
OR The person is at least 18 years old at the time of undertaking his training and has the functional prerequisites, that is, the successful completion of the general development test as well as the specific prerequisites (see the table below), or has achieved learning recognized as equivalent.
OR The person has obtained Secondary III credits in the language of instruction, second language and mathematics in study programs established by the Minister and will continue his general training in conjunction with his professional training to obtain Secondary IV credits which he is lacking in the language of instruction, the second language and mathematics in study programs established by the Minister.
List of modules:
Profession and training
Products and services
Sale Job search Introduction to the profession Sale transactions
Organization of time Supply
Laws and regulations After sales service Visual presentation
Second language Integration into the workplace