Training CoursesAQTIS 514 IATSE courses are available to members, permittees and non-members. They are developed and presented by professionals who are active in the industry, and cover all elements inherent to each occupation.
The Initiation to Community Life course is offered several times a month. 101 courses are offered on a regular basis.
Please note that some training dates may be modified during the season depending on the number of participants and the availability of trainers. If you have any questions, we invite you to contact the professional training service: email@example.com / 514 844-2113.
COURSE REGISTRATION and cancellation CAMERA TRAINEE PROGRAM
Aerial Platforms and Lifting Platforms
Training in the Use of Aerial Platforms and Lifting Platforms
OODHV ACT - Managers
Training in the Law Concerning Owners, Operators and Drivers of Heavy Vehicles - Managers
Responsabilité criminelle en SST
Responsabilité criminelle en matière de santé et sécurité au travail
Camera trainee program
The goal of the Camera Trainee Program is to train the next generation of the AQTIS 514 IATSE Camera Department, and more specifically the 2nd assistants. The training consists of eight days of training and then practice sessions, within a camera team on film or digital productions, without restriction (feature film, television film, dramatic documentary, documentary-drama, television series, heavy series, mini-series or commercials).
Health & safety training
Are you interested in our health and safety training? Do you want to update your skills cards?
Please note that all our courses are offered in French only.
To determine the training you need to take, see the page of the department for your position: https://aqtis514iatse.com/en/departments/
You don't have to take the Initiation to Community Life course or any other training before you start working but we recommend it. However, if your job requires you to operate machinery or demands certain specific skills (e.g. driving a forklift, working at height, handling or transporting explosives), then you are legally required to have training. The producer must make sure, before hiring you, that you have the required credentials to do the job. A producer can never force you to perform a task that requires credentials you do not hold or training you have not taken.
You must have the appropriate health and safety training for your position. You may be exempted from technical training (such as the Introduction to the Profession of Set Lighting Technician course or the Film & Digital Camera Assistant course). To find out whether you qualify for an exemption, contact AQTIS 514 IATSE Member Services at 514-844-2113 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
There are no exemptions for the Initiation to Community Life and Managing a Team courses.
We can accommodate you. Depending on circumstances, we can train your entire team or send instructors directly to the set. The latter option requires agreement in writing from the production's representative.
Our courses are generally fee-based, with the exception of occupational health and safety courses, which are free but reserved for members and permittees.
There are several ways to pay:
- Over the phone by credit card (Visa or Mastercard)
- At our office by debit card or cash, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday
Note that if you haven't paid by the day before the course starts, you will not be allowed to take the course and you will be charged a cancellation fee, as per our cancellation policy.
To get on the waiting list, go to the page for the course and click on the "Subscribe to our reminder list" button.
You are officially registered for a course once you have paid the fee (if the course is fee-based) and received the confirmation email, which contains all the information you need to attend the course. (If you don't receive the email, please check your spam folder!)
You must notify the Training Department by phone at 514-844-2113 or by email at email@example.com at least six business days before the course starts. Otherwise, fees may apply. Please refer to our cancellation policy.
AQTIS 514 IATSE will send you a tax receipt by February 28 each year covering, among other things, any fees paid for training courses during the previous tax year. These fees are tax deductible. To find out the amount of the deduction to which you are entitled, please contact an accountant.
There is no particular order, with a few exceptions. Prerequisites are indicated on the page for each course.
There is no legal obligation to renew your competency cards and AQTIS 514 IATSE does not require it, with the exception of a few courses. However, we recommend that you take training on a regular basis to stay current. Renewal information can be found on the page for each course. The producer must make sure, before hiring you, that you have the required credentials to do the job. A producer can never force you to perform a task that requires credentials you do not hold or training you have not taken.
Yes, you certainly can and you don't need a reason.
Some of our courses are offered only online, some only in the classroom, and some in both formats. See the page for each course for more information.
No, our courses are all in French. However, depending on the course, some solutions may be available.
Please contact us at 514-844-2113 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to see how we can help you.
The Film & Digital Camera Assistant course is part of the Camera Trainee Program, so you have to be selected for the program in order to take the course. Some exceptions may be allowed, with the agreement of the program coordinator.
See the program page for details.