|If you are not sure which DJ or mobile disco to hire then its best to choose someone that holds membership to the National Association of DJs (NADJ) or a similar established organisation, such as the South East Disco Association (SEDA). This way you know your DJ is expected to behave professionally, the mobile disco is insured and the equipment is PAT checked. Pro Mobile disco holds membership to both SEDA and the NADJ.
All member DJs must adhere to codes of conduct and endeavor
to provide clients with the highest level of mobile disco service
NADJ Code of Conduct
The 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
All Members of NADJ undertake the following:
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 licence's 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 or services honestly without
misrepresentation and to operate their business in a professional
To ensure that all staff/employees conduct themselves in
a proper manner, so as not to bring the profession into disrepute.
To provide proper, fair and reasonable service to customers.
To comply with all fair and reasonable contractual obligations.
To recognize that other members will compete for business
within lawful practice.
Members must 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
shall, where appropriate, advise customers whether or not
a (sub-) contracted DJ is a member.
To support the development of the industry standards and
To support the Association by taking an active role in NADJ
activities and promoting the Association to the industry and
This code of conduct is a guideline only and does not represent,
or limit, the entire scope of good behavior.