With more than 200 successful projects carried out In 40 countries, our firm utilizes the knowledge and resources required to provide technical support in the fields of: education, vocational and technical training, institutional strengthening, as well as the promotion of employment and entrepreneurship..
To increase our impact and ensure the sustainability of the results, this support is frequently accompanied by the development of technological solutions.
CIDE has forty-five (45) employees at its head office in Montreal and in its offices in Tunisia, At Morocco and at El salvador. Our team is enriched by ad hoc professionals, associated with the monitoring and implementation of specific programs.
based on the current pedagogy of the competency-based approach in various countries of Africa and South America. Through the transfer of knowledge and the dissemination of Canadian and Quebec experience in this area, CIDE has supported governments as well as public and private institutions in the transformation of education systems to better meet the needs of the labor market.
Our approach is based on building skills, sharing experiences and promoting interactions between stakeholders.
CIDE also supports governments in achieving their economic and social development objectives through better knowledge of the labor market and adequate training planning. We have distinguished ourselves in the design of models for forecasting the supply and demand for skills for all economic sectors.
New technologies are an integral part of our approach to development and allow us to increase the impact of our contribution. We have developed various IT solutions according to the specific needs of our partners (management information systems, distance learning platforms). We have designed several web and mobile platforms that offer young people, who may not have access to traditional resources, orientation and information services on employment, entrepreneurship and training opportunities.
Created in 1982 by a team of education professionals: the directors general and pedagogical services of colleges (CEGEP) John Abbott, Sainte-Foy and Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu join forces to share Canadian and Quebec expertise in training engineering to countries undertaking reforms of their education and vocational training systems.
To increase our international activity, CIDE acquires Innovation in Economic and Social Development (IDEAS International), a private company.
After years of collaboration, CIDE acquires the Tunisian consulting firm Pro-Invest.
We open the doors to our offices in Casablanca, Morocco.
We open the doors to our offices in San Salvador, El Salvador