Verdun Adult and Career Centre

Verdun Adult and Career Centre

About the Centre

Freshly renovated in 2016, the Verdun Adult and Career Centre is a state of the art learning centre, offering programs in Plumbing & Heating, Residential & Commercial Drafting, Computer Support, General Building Maintenance and Professional Sales . We are a young center, located in colorful Verdun, and easily accessible by car or transit.

We pride ourselves in offering a vibrant learning environment, and students are often observed throughout our Center, engaged in activities that support their learning. Be it assembling piping structures in our Plumbing program, using cutting edge software to create drawings and plans in Drafting, or performing complex diagnostic exercises in computing support.

If a career in any of our programs is of interest, we urge you to contact us at for further information, an onsite visit, or any other inquiries. 

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August 19, 2020

While the focus for most is on “back to school” for the Fall semester, we at VACC have been engaged with our students in on-site/online academic activities since May, while adhering to strict Covid-19 protocols. 

We are proud to announce that we have had several cohorts graduate during this time of uncertainty. Thank you to our incredible staff for their commitment. Congratulations to our students for their incredible perseverance!

We look forward to welcoming new students at VACC, with cohorts starting in all programs this Fall. We are inspired by their enthusiasm as they embark on their new journey. 

Wishing you all happiness and good health.

Warmest regards,
VACC Family


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  • Address: 1925 Brookdale Ave, Dorval, Quebec, H9P-2Y7

  • Phone:  514-422-3000

About Our Company

Lester B. Pearson School Board (LBPSB) is one of the largest English school boards in Quebec in terms of student enrollment, serving approximately 21,000 students in the Youth sector and approximately 8,700 in its Continuing Education sector. The Board is responsible for a network of 37 elementary schools, 13 secondary schools and 8 Continuing Education Centres.