Developing a Toolbox to Ensure the Safety of Trainees/Interns in Accordance with Legal Requirements

Quebec’s post-secondary institutions must now comply with the requirements imposed on employers with respect to trainees/interns, even in international settings. This raises various validation-related issues, particularly when it comes to ensuring that all internship/training environments meet these requirements. What if some environments are not in compliance? Will opportunities currently available to students be eliminated?

This project studies the existing legal framework with a view to establishing a risk management process, including a procedure for approving training/internship opportunities outside Canada. Related procedures and tools are tested, validated and improved thanks to the mobility activities undertaken by the consortium members.

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