Continuing Education at En Piste
What is continuing education?
Thanks to subsidies from Emploi-Québec and Conseil québécois des ressources humaines en culture, we are able to offer you professional training sessions at reduced costs. The Workshops are chosen in terms of needs and difficulties identified on the circus arts job market. Since 2001, En Piste’s main objective has been to define these features for circus arts freelance or wage-earning workers and implement training activities allowing participants to improve significantly their working and creative conditions. The annual schedule attempts to cover all disciplines by offering coaching, tools and techniques specific to circus arts creation and production. Please note that En Piste is not entitled to grant certification to participants of courses in its continuing education program.
What is the concrete meaning of improving working and creative conditions in circus arts?
- getting involved in your work environment and specific field recognition;
- knowing how to select your team to create a professional project;
- renewing your practice and creative process;
- developing skills in other fields;
- knowing how to redirect your career after an injury or at the end of your career;
- exploring strategic development tools;
- being open to the management aspect of your career;
- contacting recognized creators and professionals;
- networking in meetings with peers;
- maintaining good physical and psychological health.
For more information:
Professional development coordinator
En Piste, Regroupement national des arts du cirque
8181, 2e Avenue, 7e étage Montréal (Québec)
H1Z 4N9 Canada
Téléphone : 514.529.1183
Télécopieur : 514.529.6565
Training activities are made possible with the financial support of Emploi-Québec and the Conseil québécois des ressources humaines en culture.