ASSOCIATION DES EXPERTS EN SINISTRE INDÉPENDANTS DU QUÉBEC (AESIQ)
Organization that aims to maintain the leadership of the independent claims adjusters of Quebec by being their spokesperson.
Autorité des marchés financiers (Autorité)
Mandated by the government of Quebec to regulate the financial markets in Quebec and assist consumers of financial products and services, it must ensure the protection of the public by enforcing the laws and regulations that govern the financial sector.
INSURANCE BUREAU OF CANADA (IBC)
The national spokesperson for property and casualty insurers, as well as a partner for governments, stakeholders in the P&C insurance sector, and consumers.
Chambre de l’assurance de dommages (ChAD)
Ensures the protection of the public by maintaining discipline and ensuring the training and ethics of certified staff: property and casualty insurance agents, P&C insurance brokers, and claims adjusters.
Corporation des assureurs directs de dommages (CADD)
Promotes the interests of its members by representing them with various organizations in the property and casualty insurance industry, governments, and consumers.
Groupement des assureurs automobiles (GAA)
Responsible for establishing and maintaining mechanisms to ensure access to auto insurance, simplifying and expediting claims settlement, and controlling costs.
Institut d’assurance de dommages du Québec (IADQ)
Allows those who operate in the insurance sector to reach their return potential and maximize their intellectual development by offering Chartered Insurance Professional titles (CIP and FCIP).
L’Association de la relève en assurance du Québec (LARAQ)
Helps the next generation of insurance professionals create a network of contacts while encouraging them to enter and remain in the industry.
Regroupement des cabinets de courtage d’assurance du Québec (RCCAQ)
Defends the socio-economic interests of member firms. It also supports these firms in the performance of their duties, promotes the distinctive nature of the broker profession, and fosters cohesion between network partners.
Québec’s Financial Cluster
ts mission is to develop and promote Québec’s financial services industry. The organization works to enhance Montréal’s reputation as world-class financial hub and engages in international business development activities to attract foreign firms in Montréal by promoting various fiscal incentives including the IFC tax credit.
The Centre de développement en assurances et services financiers (CDASF) was created by eleven property & casualty and life & health insurance companies, hence their name. This initiative aims to promote the continuation of their growth, including the promotion of the careers available to young people in the industry in the Quebec City region.
EDUCATION AND EMPLOYABILITY PARTNERS
Connects young people aged 14 to 30 with the reality of the world of work thanks to a virtual mentorship application that allows them to speak free of charge with thousands of professionals who are passionate about their jobs.
Apprenti collégien en action (Cégep de Sainte-Foy)
Allows secondary students to discover professions in the administration field—more specifically, in insurance and financial services—by participating in concrete activities with students from the insurance techniques and financial services program.
Association québécoise de l’information scolaire et professionnelle (AQISEP)
Brings together professionals from the education and labour networks working in academic and professional information, orientation, and career development.
MONTREAL NEWCOMER OFFICE (BINAM)
Creates the conditions for accelerating the integration process of newcomers in order to maximize their participation in the collective life of Montreal.
BUSINESS CLASSES (MONTREAL RELÈVE)
Offered to Secondary III and IV students, Business Classes is a program from the Montreal Relève organization that aims to offer young people a one-week immersion experience within a partner organization in one of their areas of interest.
QUEBEC EMPLOYERS COUNCIL (CPQ)
Established the education and training/employment matching committee, which aims to discuss solutions for addressing the challenges of matching training with employment, development, skills recognition, and labour shortages, including immigrants.
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS OFFERING COLLEGE-LEVEL TRAINING IN PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INSURANCE
The Coalition collaborates with nearly 30 educational institutions offering college-level training in property and casualty insurance in Quebec (DCS and/or ACS in Financial Services and Insurance Techniques).
Jeunes explorateurs d’un jour
Offers young secondary and Cégep students the opportunity to experience a one-day internship in a field of particular interest to them. A day devoted exclusively to the insurance field takes place in November.
Ordre des conseillers et conseillères en orientation du Québec (OCCOQ)
Ensures the quality of the services offered to the public by guidance counsellors. It ensures the qualifications of the people who join the Order and supports them in maintaining and developing their professional skills.
INTERCONNECTION PROGRAM (CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF METROPOLITAN MONTREAL)
Allows for privileged contact between Montreal organizations and qualified newcomers to promote their professional integration. This program meets the needs of both companies and immigrants thanks to a flexible and comprehensive formula that includes a variety of free twinning activities.
The Coalition collaborates with several universities because the property and casualty insurance industry greatly values candidates who have a university background.
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND HIGHER EDUCATION
Implementation of subsidized projects such as the ACS in business program.
MINISTRY OF LABOUR
(Emploi-Québec, Conseil emploi-métropole, Commission des partenaires du marché du travail)