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Le Comité sectoriel de main-d’œuvre de l’industrie maritime

What is the Human Resources Sectorial Committee of the Maritime Industry? 

The Sectorial Committee (CSMOIM) is a non-profit organization composed of marine-sector employers and workers. Since 2001, it has implemented human resources and skills development projects, organizing training for those who are employed in or seeking employment in the maritime industry.

The Sectorial Committee, which ensures maritime human resources quantity and quality, is mandated to promote sector-related training, trades and occupations in order to help companies become more competitive and boost job growth in its activity sector.

 

 

 

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News from CSMOIM

  • 24 octobre 2022

    Journée maritime québécoise - La vitrine

    Dans le cadre de la Journée maritime québécoise 2022, le journal LeSoleil a publié une série d'articles portant sur l'importance de la chaîne logistique et d'approvisionnement du Québec et du...

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  • 23 mai 2022

    Industrie maritime: la relève, un gros écueil

    Industrie maritime: la relève, un gros écueil

    L'article de Sylvie Lemieux du Journal de Montréal parut le 21 mai 2022 traite des difficultés de recrutement que vit l'industrie maritime. Une entrevue avec la directrice générale du Comité...

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  • 1 décembre 2021

    Return to in-person fall training sessions

    Return to in-person fall training sessions

    Three in-person General Shipping Knowledge training sessions were given in November. On November 10, in Québec City, 5 participants learned more about the Québec maritime industry. On November 18,...

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  • November-December 2022 and January 2023

    Featured in this newsletter:

    - MPR regulatory workshop: sign up now!

    - Take part in the Grands déjeuners RH

    General Shipping Knowledge training sessions

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  • September-October 2022

    In this number: 

    - Participation in Port of Quebec's family festival

    - Maritime Employment week

    - Activity for guidance counsellors ( Nov 24 )

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  • July-August 2022

    In this number: 

    -New regulation column online

    -Member status reminder

    -Activities september 2022

     

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