IPA Performer Categories and Rates Part 1 Quiz

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IPA Performer Categories and Rates Part 1 Quiz
You'll need to correctly answer at least 7 of the 14 questions below (at least 50%) to progress to the next unit.
Question #1: What does "IPA" stand for?
Question #2: The IPA is negotiated between ACTRA and which two organizations?
Question #3: The IPA generally covers ACTRA performers in the majority of non-French, non-commercial film/television/digital productions shot in Canada.
Question #4: It’s important that you as a performer understand the basics of the IPA because it sets forth the minimum rates and working conditions for the majority of non-French, non-commercial film/television/digital productions shot in Canada.
Question #5: Generally, what is the minimum amount of lines a performer must have to be categorized as a Principal Performer?
Question #6: Stand-Ins fall into which Performance Category?
Question #7: Solo Singers fall into which Performance Category?
Question #8: What is the minimum hour call related to a performer's Daily Fee? In other words, what is the minimum number of hours a performer will be paid for to shoot on set?
Question #9: After how many hours of work on set will a performer be paid Overtime?
Question #10: What is the "Overtime" rate?
Question #11: After how many hours of work on set will a performer be paid Double-Time (two times the Hourly Daily Rate)?
Question #12: On what consecutive shoot day will a performer be paid time-and-a-half (1.5 times) their Daily Fee?
Question #13: How many hours of Turnaround should adult performers (excluding Stunt Co-ordinators) receive?
Question #14: How many hours after your call time are you as a performer entitled to Lunch?
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