3. A sectoral workforce committee or a parity committee constituted under the Act respecting collective agreement decrees (chapter D-2) may be recognized as a training mutual.
A regional group of employers, a sectoral group of employers, a group of employers, a group of employers that are clients and subcontractors in the same industrial domain or a group of employers with a workforce belonging to a specific clientele addressed by an integration and job retention committee, if the group is constituted as a legal person under Part III of the Companies Act (chapter C-38) and has a multiparty board of directors composed of a majority of employer representatives and representatives of the workforce of the employer members, may also be recognized as a training mutual.
For the purposes of this Regulation, an integration and job retention committee is an organization constituted as a legal person under Part III of the Companies Act and intended particularly to favour the integration and job retention of a specific clientele. For that purpose, the committee identifies the difficulties faced by those persons and develops strategies to facilitate access to employment and to the training necessary for their integration into the labour market.
O.C. 1062-2007, s. 3; O.C. 1194-2009, s. 2.