New England Professional Videographers Association Membership
CODE OF ETHICS AND MEMBERSHIP FORM
INSPIRED BY AND ADOPTED FROM THE WEVA INTERNATIONAL CODE OF ETHICS
As a member of the New England Professional Videographers Association, I pledge to:
Conduct all business transactions with honesty and integrity. I will treat each customer with respect making sure they fully understand the services for which they have contracted. I will regard fellow videographers, and other trade professions, with respect. I will not represent other individual’s work as my own.
Strive at all times to produce work of the highest possible quality.
Constantly advance and improve my skills as a professional videographer. Further, I will share my knowledge with fellow videographers, students, and others who aspire to become professional videographers, so as to attempt to raise the standards of this industry.
Engage in fair and honest business practices, adhering to local, state/provincial, or Federal laws and rules.
Use dependable equipment and accessories, which I maintain in good working condition, I will also maintain and have available backup equipment, wherever possible.
Conduct myself with grace and professionalism at any House of Worship, or other facility, that I enter. It shall be my goal to establish a positive working relationship with the other professionals and clergy. My attire and demeanor shall be appropriate to the dignity of the occasion.
I would like to renew/join the membership of the New England Professional Videographers Association and by submitting my information and paying I agree to stand by the pledge I have made to uphold the above Code of Ethics realizing that if I do not honor that pledge I will be subject to expulsion after a full hearing conducted by the NPVA Board of Directors.
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New England Professional Videographers Association
The New England Professional Videographers Association is a professional organization dedicated to the advancement of professional videography in Massachusetts and New England.