The National Job Fair & Training Expo

Public Presentations of The National Job Fair on October 11 and 12, 2018

Choose your topics of interest and find a seat! There will be 12 public presentations of 45 minutes at every hour during The National Job Fair, each covering various topics of interest to individuals looking for work, for a career change or for career development. The public presentations take place in the Presentation Area with a 50-person seating capacity. All presentations are free to visitors. The presentations are given by experienced speakers. See below the detailed schedule and the information about the presentations.

Public presentation schedule for Thursday, October 11, 2018 (as of October 9, 2018)

TIme
Organization
Speaker(s)
Presentation title and summary

11:00 a.m.

Réseau des organismes de régionalisation de l’immigration du Québec (RORIQ)


Anne Dusseault
Agente de régionalisation en diversité culturelle
MRC d’Arthabaska / MRC de L’Érable

 

Ramon Carrasco
A djoint à la direction
Carrefour BLE

 

The regionalization of immigration: a job, a life project

Most New Canadians and Newcomers are unaware of the opportunities outside the Greater Montreal area, yet thousands of positions in a variety of fields and requiring skills of all kinds are available outside of Montreal. In addition, the various regions of Quebec provide living environments that are conducive to the development of individuals and their families.

Come and listen to representatives of the Réseau des organismes de régionalisation de l’immigration du Québec (RORIQ), who will show you how they accompany immigrants and their families who wish to establishing themselves in a stimulating environment to develop professionally and personally.

What if the Quebec regions allow you to make your immigration project a reality?

12:00 p.m.

EnviroCompétences

 


Dominique Dodier
Directrice générale

Employabilité en environnement, un choix vert !

La filière environnementale est un secteur d’activité économique porteur d’emplois, elle est en transformation et en forte croissance. Comprendre le potentiel d’emplois, le vaste choix des formations diplômantes c’est se donner les moyens de trouver des emplois valorisants. Cette conférence mettra en valeur ce secteur d’activité économique et son potentiel.

1:00 p.m.

Workali

 


Jonathan Hamsellem

CEO

The influence of new HR technology on the job market

 

2:00 p.m.

Réseau des organismes de régionalisation de l’immigration du Québec (RORIQ)



Yannick Boucher
Conseiller en régionalisation
Accueil Liaison pour arrivants
ALPA

Ana Luisa Itturiaga
Directrice générale
Forum 2020

 

The regionalization of immigration: a job, a life project

Most New Canadians and Newcomers are unaware of the opportunities outside the Greater Montreal area, yet thousands of positions in a variety of fields and requiring skills of all kinds are available outside of Montreal. In addition, the various regions of Quebec provide living environments that are conducive to the development of individuals and their families.

Come and listen to representatives of the Réseau des organismes de régionalisation de l’immigration du Québec (RORIQ), who will show you how they accompany immigrants and their families who wish to establishing themselves in a stimulating environment to develop professionally and personally.

What if the Quebec regions allow you to make your immigration project a reality?

3:00 p.m.

Qualifications Québec

 

 

Sarah-Anne Barriault

Conseillère en reconnaissance des compétences de la main-d'oeuvre

 

Daniel St-Laurent

Conseiller en reconnaissance des compétences de la main-d'oeuvre

Ne repartez pas à Zéro, faites reconnaître vos compétences!

 

Qualifications Québec contribue à promouvoir et à développer la reconnaissance des compétences. Il est maintenant possible de trouver toute l’information sur la reconnaissance des compétences en un seul endroit, le portail qualificationsquébec.com. Vous aurez l’occasion de découvrir comment utiliser cet outil de façon optimale et de connaître les mécanismes vous permettant de faire reconnaître vos compétences, que vous soyez immigrants ou nés au Québec. Qualifications Québec se donne le mandat de vous accueillir, vous informer et vous accompagner dans votre démarche en reconnaissance des compétences.

 

4:00 p.m.

Réseau des organismes de régionalisation de l’immigration du Québec (RORIQ)



Mélanie Hébert
Conseillère en emploi
Responsable Accès-région
L’Orienthèque

The regionalization of immigration: a job, a life project

Most New Canadians and Newcomers are unaware of the opportunities outside the Greater Montreal area, yet thousands of positions in a variety of fields and requiring skills of all kinds are available outside of Montreal. In addition, the various regions of Quebec provide living environments that are conducive to the development of individuals and their families.

Come and listen to representatives of the Réseau des organismes de régionalisation de l’immigration du Québec (RORIQ), who will show you how they accompany immigrants and their families who wish to establishing themselves in a stimulating environment to develop professionally and personally.

What if the Quebec regions allow you to make your immigration project a reality?

Public presentation schedule for Friday, October 12, 2018 (as of October 9, 2018)

TIme
Organization
Speaker(s)
Presentation title and summary

10:00 a.m.

Champlain Regional College

 


Julie-Eve O’Meara
Program Advisor

 

Get your skills recognized for a college degree

Recognition of Acquired Competencies (RAC) is a process to receive academic credit for skills and knowledge gained through training, life or workplace experience.

RAC awards an Attestation of college studies (AEC) or a Diploma of college studies (DEC), both of which are recognized by the Ministry of education and the workforce.The RAC process provides you with the opportunity to demonstrate your skills and competencies through varied evaluations without having to go back to school.

Have you gained skills here or back in your country? Learn how RAC can help you!

11:00 a.m.

Réseau des organismes de régionalisation de l’immigration du Québec (RORIQ)


Yannick Boucher
Conseiller en régionalisation
Accueil Liaison pour arrivants
ALPA

 

Maria Mejia
Conseillère en emploi, volet régionalisation
L ’Ancre Saint-Jean-Sur-Richelieu


The regionalization of immigration: a job, a life project

Most New Canadians and Newcomers are unaware of the opportunities outside the Greater Montreal area, yet thousands of positions in a variety of fields and requiring skills of all kinds are available outside of Montreal. In addition, the various regions of Quebec provide living environments that are conducive to the development of individuals and their families.

Come and listen to representatives of the Réseau des organismes de régionalisation de l’immigration du Québec (RORIQ), who will show you how they accompany immigrants and their families who wish to establishing themselves in a stimulating environment to develop professionally and personally.

What if the Quebec regions allow you to make your immigration project a reality?

12:00 p.m.

Vallée de la Plasturgie


 

Simon Chrétien
General Manager

 

 

Laissez-vous séduire par les métiers du secteur des plastiques et des composites

 

Les métiers du secteur des plastiques et des composites offrent une vaste gamme d'opportunités de carrière stimulante et variée. Découvrez les principaux métiers et professions du domaine ainsi que les opportunités qui vous attendent.

 

1:00 p.m.

Workali

 


Jonathan Hamsellem

CEO

The influence of new HR technology on the job market

 

2:00 p.m.

Réseau des organismes de régionalisation de l’immigration du Québec (RORIQ)



Éva Lopez
Directrice
Intégration communautaire des immigrants

 

Saïd Fenaoui
Coordonnateur de projets
Collectif des femmes immigrantes du Québec


The regionalization of immigration: a job, a life project

Most New Canadians and Newcomers are unaware of the opportunities outside the Greater Montreal area, yet thousands of positions in a variety of fields and requiring skills of all kinds are available outside of Montreal. In addition, the various regions of Quebec provide living environments that are conducive to the development of individuals and their families.

Come and listen to representatives of the Réseau des organismes de régionalisation de l’immigration du Québec (RORIQ), who will show you how they accompany immigrants and their families who wish to establishing themselves in a stimulating environment to develop professionally and personally.

What if the Quebec regions allow you to make your immigration project a reality?

3:00 p.m.

Qualifications Québec

 

 

 

 

Sarah-Anne Barriault

Conseillère en reconnaissance des compétences de la main-d'oeuvre

 

Daniel St-Laurent

Conseiller en reconnaissance des compétences de la main-d'oeuvre

Ne repartez pas à Zéro, faites reconnaître vos compétences!

 

Qualifications Québec contribue à promouvoir et à développer la reconnaissance des compétences. Il est maintenant possible de trouver toute l’information sur la reconnaissance des compétences en un seul endroit, le portail qualificationsquébec.com. Vous aurez l’occasion de découvrir comment utiliser cet outil de façon optimale et de connaître les mécanismes vous permettant de faire reconnaître vos compétences, que vous soyez immigrants ou nés au Québec. Qualifications Québec se donne le mandat de vous accueillir, vous informer et vous accompagner dans votre démarche en reconnaissance des compétences.

 

4:00 p.m

Réseau des organismes de régionalisation de l’immigration du Québec (RORIQ)


Asma Hassane
Agente de régionalisation et de placement en diversité culturelle  
Regroupement interculturel de Drummondville

 

David Valente
Spécialiste en communication


The regionalization of immigration: a job, a life project

Most New Canadians and Newcomers are unaware of the opportunities outside the Greater Montreal area, yet thousands of positions in a variety of fields and requiring skills of all kinds are available outside of Montreal. In addition, the various regions of Quebec provide living environments that are conducive to the development of individuals and their families.

Come and listen to representatives of the Réseau des organismes de régionalisation de l’immigration du Québec (RORIQ), who will show you how they accompany immigrants and their families who wish to establishing themselves in a stimulating environment to develop professionally and personally.

What if the Quebec regions allow you to make your immigration project a reality?

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