Are you using images or video clips in your presentations and training materials?
Remember, copyright owners have exclusive rights over the use of their creations ("all rights reserved"). Unless the material is in the 'public domain' (out of copyright), this means that you need the copyright holder's approval to use material, including videos and images in training materials. Some copyright holders will apply a licence (e.g. Creative Commons) which allows you to use their work under certain conditions (e.g. if the creator is attributed, or for non-commercial purposes).
The following resources contain a huge range of items which are labeled for reuse:
[Title] [description in brackets], by [author], [date], [site name] [URL]. [licence name].
Below are examples of how you might reference a Creative Commons image:
APA 7th referencing style:
Nursing [photograph], by University of Salford Press Office, 2010, Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/salforduniversity/5163933978. CC-BY 2.0
Creative Commons reference list style:
University of Salford Press Office. (2010). Nursing [photograph]. Flickr.
In text citation: (University of Salford Press Office, 2010)
The ANMF (Vic Branch) library have created a multimedia tool to assist you with your referencing. It allows you select the type of material that you to reference (e.g. book, journal article, web page, etc.) and then leads you to an example of a citation and reference for this particular resource type in APA 6th style.
The Australian Copyright Council has created a series of useful, brief information sheets to assist in understanding your rights and responsibilities under the Copyright Act 1968 when using the creations of others.