HUMAN RESOURCES

Contact(s)

Béatrice Agostini

beatrice.perier.agostini@aeromontreal.ca

Workgroup members

  • Gérald Cadet,  Université McGill
  • Julie Cantin, Starlink Aviation
  • Isabelle Carle, Sonaca Montréal
  • Aude Clotteau, École des Sciences de la Gestion (ESG+)
  • Geneviève Dalcourt, Cégep Édouard-Montpetit
  • Isabelle De Bellefeuille, L3HARRIS Technologies
  • Éric Dionne, ÉMAM
  • Jocelyne Dujmovic, Hutchinson
  • Carole El Ayoubi, Concordia
  • Manon Fafard, Bombardier
  • Solange Fresneau, PCM Innovation
  • François Garnier, ÉTS
  • Eric Ledoux, Groupe DCM
  • Steve Johnston, Rolls-Royce Canada
  • Anne-Renée Meloche, Groupe Meloche
  • Karine Mercier, Cégep Édouard-Montpetit
  • Ahde Mouafikoune, Polytechnique Montréal
  • Geneviève Nantel, STELIA Aerospace
  • Nathalie Paré, CAMAQ
  • Anne-Sophie Parenteau, Bell Textron Canada
  • Clothilde Petitjean, CRIAQ
  • Sonia Pérusse, Héroux-Devtek
  • Claude Picard, Pratt & Whitney Canada
  • Jessica Roy, ATLAS Aéronautik
  • Jean Thibodeau, Airbus Canada
  • Jennifer Vaughan, CAE
  • Benoit Villien, Siemens Canada

Québecs aerospace sector is recognized around the world for the quality of its highly-skilled workforce. An aging population and a significant decline in the number of available workers are major challenges facing our industry.  

The mandate of this working group is to ensure the planning, coordination and implementation of a concerted action plan to address significant succession and aerospace workforce challenges and, ultimately, to increase industry competitiveness. (Created in 2008) 

 

Objectives: 

  • To attract young people to the aerospace industry. 
  • To implement the recommendations of the various white papers produced by the working group (4.0 skills) 
  • To foster the intergenerational transfer of knowledge. 
  • To ensure greater harmonization and complementarity with industry partner organizations. 

 

Key projects: 

 

Working Group Committees 

  • Heritage CommitteeDetermined to meet the challenge of intergenerational transfer of knowledge, companies in the cluster − Bombardier, Héroux-Devtek, JMJ Aéronautique and Pratt & Whitney Canada, in collaboration avec Emploi-Québec – have joined forces with a team from HEC MosaiC as part of the Heritage project. 

 

Internship Committee  

  • 4.0 Skills CommitteeThis committee’s mandate is to promote the content and recommendations of the 4.0 Industry Skills Sets for Aerospace Guide published by Aéro Montréal in 2018  
  • Regroupement Relève Aéro Montréal

Workgroup President

“Training the next generation and facilitating the transfer of knowledge in the industry are my priorities. I also want to promote the integration of minorities and women into companies and work on the development of 4.0 skills.”

Kevin P. Smith

Président du Chantier,
Vice-président Ressources Humaines pour les exploitations mondiales,
Pratt & Whitney Canada