4. To be recognized as a training mutual, the applicant must show that the employers prepared to participate in the training mutual form a type of group authorized by section 3 and share common problems associated with skills development and recognition.
The applicant must also show that the mutualisation of training services is an appropriate manner of addressing those problems, that the employers concerned share a desire to work collaboratively and that their number is sufficient to ensure the viability of the training mutual.
Problems are considered common where employers face difficulties of the same nature as to the improvement of their workforce qualifications and skills or to the management and organization of their workforce training.
O.C. 1062-2007, s. 4; O.C. 1194-2009, s. 3.