It is anticipated that some members of AVIGuk also belong to a professional body and will abide by the standards of conduct, performance and ethics of their profession. The following standards and ethical codes apply to their additional training and practice of VIG within their membership of AVIGuk.
Uphold and represent the Values and Beliefs of Video Interaction Guidance
Ensure that all data including media, is protected according to the requirements of your organisation and your professional code of practice.
If in private practice, to use the AVIGuk training materials and the resources of the Association. The AVIGuk logo must be displayed on all relevant literature and on any materials advertised on a private website with due acknowledgement of any training or supervision being AVIGuk accredited.
Members are permitted to use ideas and approaches based on VIG to advertise and deliver training experiences which are relevant to different audiences. They may use their knowledge to produce non-VIG material suitable for the audience. AVIGuk ownership and copyright should be conveyed to the recipients. They may also refer to AVIGuk material which is in the public domain, such as the material in the books edited by AVIGuk members and endorsed by the board. Material published by AVIGuk may be communicated to the audience provided reference to AVIGuk copyright is made.
As far as making copies of material is concerned, there are publishers' rules against making multiple copies of pages from books and we would expect members to respect those rules. This rule also applies to any material published by AVIGuk and carrying the logo. Making logo-free copies would also be a breach. The word 'copying' applies to making paper copies and to onward transmission electronically.
In addition to the above:
To be aware of their current supervisor status as defined in the progression document and only perform training and transition- accreditation activities specified for that level.
Provide the registrar of the Association with the details of participants who have attended an initial training course.
Become voting members of the “Association for Video Interaction Guidance UK”, a charitable organization, limited by guarantee, and to accept the liability (not exceeding £10) in the event of dissolution of the company.
If you have a concern that a member of AVIGuk is not upholding the values and beliefs of AVIGuk, or acting in a way that is seen to be detrimental to AVIGuk.
Seek to discuss or resolve this through personal contact with the individual themselves.
If you are still concerned, email one of the Directors and agree the best course of action together.