Béatrice Agostini

Workgroup members

  • Ali Aidibe, ÉTS
  • Julie Cantin, Starlink Aviation
  • Nicka Lavallée, Sonaca Montréal
  • Sébastien Lagües, 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
  • Pierre Gillard, Musée de l'aérospatiale du Québec
  • Julie Godin,  Université McGill
  • Rita Haddad, Rolls-Royce Canada
  • Pascal Labelle, Bombardier
  • Andréane Martel, CAMAQ
  • Caroline Maso, Pratt & Whitney Canada
  • Anne-Renée Meloche, Groupe Meloche
  • Karine Mercier, Cégep Édouard-Montpetit
  • Ahde Mouafikoune, Polytechnique Montréal
  • Nadine Nantel, STELIA Aerospace
  • Anne-Sophie Parenteau, Bell Textron Canada
  • Clothilde Petitjean, CRIAQ
  • Sonia Pérusse, Héroux-Devtek
  • Claude Picard, Pratt & Whitney Canada
  • Geneviève Nantel, Airbus Canada
  • Jennifer Vaughan, CAE
  • Tatiana Montes, LEESTA

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) 



  • 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

“The aerospace industry is constantly evolving. We are actively working with our partners to develop the next generation of talent. We are committed in promoting diversity, equity and inclusion to provide a stimulating work environment that mirrors our communities.”

Caroline Maso

Vice President
Human Resources, Commercial Engines
Pratt & Whitney