Who are NADJ
The National Association of Disc Jockeys (NADJ) the organisation was established in 2004 and is run as a non-profit by the National Executive Committee who are based across the UK.
What They Do
NADJ offer opportunities across the UK where members can meet to see new products, share knowledge, learn and network with other like-minded DJs in their area.
Where they Work
They have regional branches across the UK that meet regularly. They are currently based in London, Essex, East Anglia, Basingstoke and Wales. There is a wide selection of opportunities for members to develop business skills or enhance their talent as a DJ.
Benefits of Membership
NADJ offer exclusive membership benefits ranging from discounts on music and equipment. £10m Public Liability Insurance (PLI), £10m Employer Liability Insurance (ELI), £10m Product Liability Insurance.
Members of the National Association of Disc Jockeys (NADJ) share a common commitment, through this statement of ethical practices, to promote the highest possible standards of professional conduct.
- To uphold the Aims and Objectives of the Association, as detailed in the Constitution.
- To comply with all relevant laws, codes and regulations, and to protect the public against fraud and unfair trade practices.
- To hold all licences that are legally required.
- To provide a safe working environment and to maintain the highest reasonable level of safety for all products and services.
- To present and supply products, services, or marketing honestly without misrepresentation, plagiarism or ‘passing off’ and to operate their business in a professional manner.
- To ensure that all members, staff or employees conduct themselves in a proper manner.
- To provide proper, fair and reasonable service to customers.
- To comply with all fair and reasonable contractual obligations.
- To recognise and respect that other members will compete for business within lawful practice.
- Members, where appropriate, will have public and/or employer’s liability insurance, or equivalent. Members are obliged to provide evidence of such insurance on request.
- Members who operate as entertainment or employment agencies must advise customers whether or not a (sub-) contracted DJ is a member.
- To support the development of the industry standards and safe practices.
- To support the Association by taking an active role in NADJ activities and promoting the Association to the industry and general public.
Groove Noise are a proud member of NADJ and have held a yearly membership since 2013.
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