This step is primarily intended to obtain information on the recognition of acquired competencies and to enable you to make an enlightened decision before undertaking the process.
A RAC counsellor will assist you from the outset and will remain your resource person throughout the process.
Some school boards provide a SARCA service you will be able to refer to for guidance during this step.
To assist you during your reflection, we advise you to view the video:
As soon as you have decided to begin the process, you will be asked to fill out some documents described hereunder.
Here are some of the things to do during this step
Gather up documentation in support of your application (certificate of employment, training attestation further to development activities, resume, etc.).
Fill out the self-assessment forms you have been given by the RAC counsellor and attach them to the file.
Forward the complete file to the RAC service with the required supporting documentation such as:
Pieces of ID (birth certificate, citizenship or residency card for immigrants)
Proof of residency status;
School documents (report card, transcript, comparative evaluation for studies done outside Quebec of the MIDI for immigrants, diplomas, etc.).
Prerequisites are not required for RAC in vocational training but may be for the acquisition of competencies in an educational institution.
 Ministère d’immigration diversité et inclusion