On May 7, 2019, we’ll be launching our “LUNCH AND LEARN” series. This program is designed to enrich the college community’s learning experience by having guest speakers presenting on a variety of topics. There will also be the occasional focus on arts and entertainment.
 
The first event is a concert entitled Special People Have Dreams.
The concert features young people who are all on the Autism Spectrum ranging from Autism to Asperger’s Syndrome. They’ll be performing music from Broadway Productions and Musicals such as the Sound of Music and Les Miserables, as well as their own compositions.
 
Date: May 7, 2019
Time: 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Location: Hotel Ramada Plaza by Wyndham Montreal 6445 Decarie Blvd.
 
Complimentary refreshments will be provided. It’s therefore important to register early as seating is also limited.
 
Please RSVP at 514-731-2296 ext. 247. For further information about the event, or if you have any suggestions for speakers, please contact Yvonne or Carl at lunchandlearn@tav.ca. You may also contact Steven Atme at atmepianosphd@hotmail.com. Following the event, the performers have kindly offered to stick around for a Q&A (Question and Answer) session.
 
**This program is presented in collaboration with Ruth Bensimhon, Coordinator of The Early Childhood Education Department of TAV College.

Deans List – 2019

We are proud to present the list of following students whose excellent academic record in Fall 2018 placed them on the Dean’s list of TAV CollegeThis Dean’s list honors those who have an average of 85% or higher.

Hello to all the graduates of
TAV College in Special Education

Thank you for trusting us all these years.
The Recruitment Office of the Commission Scolaire de Montréal (CSDM) will be present at TAV College to meet you and discuss job opportunities. On-site interviews will also be taking place place for interested graduates.

Where: At TAV College
When: Friday the 14th of December from 9:00am to 3:00pm

It is necessary to present yourself with a CV
(diplomas if possible and be prepared for an interview)

Recently, the Montreal School Board has been hiring AEC graduates, and is actively seeking candidates to fill an immediate shortage of staff. Compensation starts at $ 23.50 and according to the collective agreement and ranges up to $ 32.93

Contact Ramzi Jaber: ramzi@tav.ca – 514-607-8065
to schedule appointments or for any other questions.

It has been announced by the administration of TAV College that the institution will be having a new structure built at 5995 Decarie Boulevard to expand the college’s campus. “With a consistently growing number of annual student enrolment, the board of directors of TAV College has decided to purchase land nearby and build more space for the college to grow for years to come.” said Eli Meroz, Director of Studies. The new building will finally have some very exciting features that students have been demanding for years.

TAV College building plans

Director of Studies, Eli Meroz, discusses design plans with the architect in charge of the plans.
Photo: Justin Hand-Gregory

The fifth floor will be entirely devoted to a gymnasium! The space will be perfect for many different sports, including: Basketball, floor hockey, badminton, soccer, volleyball, etc. The college will also eventually be looking in to forming college level sports teams that would compete with other Montreal colleges. The street level floor will be a state-of-the-art library and study hall with brand new computers and lavish interior design, according to Meroz. The library will not necessarily be devoted to traditional stock, i.e. books and literature. Instead, it will take on a more contemporary style and depend on technology as the main highlight for the information space. The other floors will be devoted to brand new classrooms with the newest technologies and teaching equipment, as well as office space to accommodate more and more teaching and administrative staff.

“Although the building is planned to be completed and ready to use by the Fall of twenty-twenty, you never know which types of problems you will run into along the way,” said Meroz during an interview. TAV is now in the process of designing the new building, as well as negotiating the designs with city officials. Meroz states that the design for the building has already undergone four redesigns due to city regulations and engineering suggestions. Also, the current building sitting at 5995 Decarie had to undergo a “heritage site” investigation to determine if the structure was of any significance to Quebec/Canadian history. Luckily for the college, the site was not deemed a heritage site and could be therefore demolished, however, the city is insisting that the new building pay homage to the old and retain some of its features. The building currently at 5995 Decarie was, at once, a bank and eventually a police station, finally it will now be the new home of TAV College. Despite all the complications with the project, the director is confident that the new building will be ready to use by the expected completion date.

TAV currently has over nine hundred and fifty enrolled students and according to Meroz is expected to have well over one thousand two hundred by the time the new campus is ready. With that being said, the college is looking into expanding it’s programs to attract larger numbers of enrolment. “We currently have two new and very exciting.

programs at TAV: A social sciences program, as well as a coding program in which students are guaranteed employment upon graduation,” states Meroz. The social sciences option is a two year DEC program geared towards students who are searching for a program that touches on many different fields of study, which prepares the students for many possible university paths. The coding program is a six month training intensive that has a partnership with a company entitled Shorify, which guarantees students (who have achieved a seventy five percent or more average) a job upon completion of the course. According to the director, the college will be eagerly looking into more partnerships with corporations for it’s students such as this program has done.

The future of TAV College is definitely an exciting one, however; it is full of unpredictability. The institution is in a constant state of change and innovation. The new building will not only create job opportunities for some twenty plus teachers and instructors, but will allow hundreds of new students to achieve their academic goals. It is inevitable that one day TAV will be competing against larger, reputable institutions such as Dawson College, or Vanier.

Digital Marketing Program TAV College

Are you motivated to acquire the tools and knowledge necessary to implement, promote and handle an organization’s online presence? TAV College’s Internet Marketing program gives students a strong foundation to build online digital marketing strategies. See attached clips explaining the program objectives as well as testimonials from some our students.