Regitex launches its own training campus

Regitex launches its own training campus

Free translation from Weave


This September, the new Regitex Campus will welcome it’s first cohort of 10-15 students wishing to get skills in textile production.

“The training will allow the students to learn the transformation process from fiber to fabric, numerous specific processes, the machinery and equipment” enthusiastically expressed by Kathrine Mathieu, the recent company owner, during a video interview on EnBeauce.com.

Located in Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce, Regitex is a family business that manufactures yarns for various textile industries. It employs some 70 people. 

The training program was developed in collaboration with the Centre de services scolaires de la Beauce-Etchemin and the Comité sectoriel de l'industrie textile du Québec (CSMO Textile). It is aimed at 18 to 30 year olds.

Students who complete the course, which lasts 18 months (theory and practice), will receive a diploma of production equipment operator (DEP). Students are paid during their studies, which will be enriched through special eco-responsible projects and leadership courses. 

Watch the interview (French)

 

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