The professionalism, the work ethic and the involvement of its members and staff in the various bodies constitute the foundation of the quality of AQTIS services.
AQTIS is an innovative organization, recognized for its commitment to providing its members with quality services, defending their working conditions, promoting culture and demanding adequate funding.
True to its mission, AQTIS works to study, defend and promote its members' professional, social and economic interests.
In pursuit of its mandate, AQTIS participates in numerous advocacy activities associated with studying, defending and promoting its members' professional, social and economic interests.
As such, AQTIS actively contributes to various standing and ad hoc committees of provincial ministries and agencies, including the Ministère de la Culture et des Communications, Emploi-Québec and the Commission de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CSST - workplace health and safety commission). It also deals with federal departments and agencies, including Canadian Heritage, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), Industry Canada and Employment and Social Development Canada.
Member of the training mutua L'inis (L'inis- audiovisual training mutual)
INIS is the training mutual in the audiovisual sector. As such, it has the mandate to structure, develop and organize training services adapted to the characteristics and needs of workers in this sector. The shared courses are reserved for people associated with trade unions and member organizations Mutual INIS.
Member of Compétence Cuture, the Conseil québécois des ressources humaines en culture (CQRHC - human resources in culture)
Compétence Cuture is one of 29 sectoral labour committees recognized by Emploi-Québec. It represents all associations of artists, producers, and presenters of the visual, dance, music, theatre, museum, craft, cinema and audiovisual and media arts, as well as writers. The CQRHC's mission is to promote the professional development of the human resources in the field of culture. Its mandate involves analyzing requirements for labour, employment, human resources management and work organization; promoting continuing education within companies and fostering employment stability and reduced unemployment in the cultural industry.
Member of the Documentary Network
The mission of this organization, founded in 2003, is to promote the financing and broadcasting of creative documentaries, and to advocate on behalf of the genre to federal and provincial decision makers.
Member of the Quebec Film and Television Council (QFTC)
The QFTC's mission is to contribute to the development of Quebec's competitiveness as a world-class film and television production centre. It seeks to harmonize and coordinate the promotional activities and hosting and support services necessary to produce international productions in Quebec, and to develop and implement projects beneficial to the industry as a whole. Through an agreement with the Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal, the QFTC provides the secretariat for Montréal's audiovisual cluster, which rallies industry stakeholders around common objectives targeting growth and competitiveness for the film and audiovisual sector.
Member of the professional representation committee of Québec Cinéma, which organizes the Gala du cinéma québécois