A Word From The Headmaster[columns] [span3]
Monsieur Yves ANDRE[/span3] [span9]
I am pleased to welcome you to our school website. We are part of the “Federation Wallonia-Brussels” Network, the most important organizing authority for Social Promotion schools of the French-speaking part of Belgium.
Our school comprises three different sites: one is located in Jemappes, in the suburbs of Mons, the second building is in Quievrain and the third one is situated on the social campus site of the Haute Ecole en Hainaut, at the heart of Umons campus in Champ de Mars.
Originally dedicated to evening classes for employees seeking promotion, the school has offered day classes for unemployed people since the end of the 1980s. We have become one of the biggest adults training schools specialised in “Lifelong Learning” as we welcome students aged 18 to 78.
The training courses we organise are particularly well-adapted to our region and our students’ needs. We offer day and evening classes, from CEB level (Certificat d’Etude de Base) to Bachelor Degrees, and deliver certificates that are recognised by companies and civil service.
We maintain numerous partnerships with social and economic actors in the best interest of our students. We are also developing relationships with European partners to open up the scope of possibilities.
Our team is based on 120 experienced coworkers who often appeal to experts and share a common goal: to open a window to the future. Our school is always ready to answer any requests from its social partners.
I look forward to meeting you soon at one of our classes.
What is social promotion education?
Social Promotion Education, better known as ‘evening courses’, is a flexible form of education of secondary or higher education level, organised as day and evening course units. It may lead to numerous certificates corresponding to those obtained in traditional full-time education.
Social Promotion Education ambition is to train adults, both jobseekers and workers. This form of education is sometimes aimed at young students from 15 years old involved in traditional full-time education, who would like to improve their language and computer skills.
How to contact us?
You can contact us by phone at 065/88.15.00 (Jemappes site), at 065/45.73.81 (Quievrain site) or using the contact form available on this website.