The AQPC is a member of or collaborates with many groups and organizations involved in education. Here are some of the AQPC partners in education.
The AQPC would like to thank the ministère de l'Éducation et de l'Enseignement supérieur (MEES) for the recurring financial support it provides for the functioning of the Association. The AQPC also acknowledges the contribution of the MEES through the Canada-Québec Agreement on Minority-Language Education and Second-Languages Instruction.
The Consortium national de développement de ressources pédagogiques en français au collégial (CNDRPFC) is an organization of Canadian colleges offering French instruction in various disciplines in environments where French is a minority language.
The Centre collégial de développement de matériel didactique (CCDMD) produces a wide range of didactic material: CD-ROMs, websites, technical manuals, hybrid material, PDF documents, DVDs, etc. The CCDMD provides technical, pedagogical and financial support to college network professionals in charge of developing these resources. The Centre’s website provides access to these disciplinary resources and a section dedicated to the Anglophone sector which contains a number of resources that are particularly useful for Anglophone colleges.
PERFORMA is a sector of Université de Sherbrooke. Since 1973, PERFORMA designs and offers university-level improvement programs for college teachers.
Profweb offers a variety of information sources provided by its partners, which are designed to support ongoing reflection on the integration of ICTs.
The Carrefour de la réussite au collégial, which was set up in conjunction with the development of college success plans, is designed to support the implementation of these plans.
The Institut de coopération pour l'éducation des adultes (ICÉA) has been the eloquent voice of adult education in Québec since 1946, promoting the basic right and concrete possibilities of learning throughout life.
Le Centre de documentation collégiale (CDC) has existed since the creation of CEGEPs. Its mandate is to service all private CEGEPs and colleges in Québec, both Francophone and Anglophone. It is the only library specializing in college education, with a collection of over 30,000 documents (books, magazines, articles, research reports, electronic documents, websites, etc.) collected and selected to meet the specific ICT needs of college-level practitioners and researchers.
The Canadian Commission for UNESCO connects Canadians with the work of UNESCO. Its aim is to create a society in which Canadians share knowledge and learn from each other, locally and globally, in order to build peaceful, equitable and sustainable futures.
The AQPC acknowledges the financial support, in 2014-2015, of the Government of Canada through Canadian Heritage, Canada Periodical Fund, Business Innovation component. The mission of Canadian Heritage is to promote ''an environment in which all Canadians take full advantage of dynamic cultural experiences, celebrating our history and heritage, and participating in building creative communities''.