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Most of us have probably not given the Code of Professional Conduct a second thought since we signed it as part of our application to join ITI. But the Code is an under-used resource in resolving ethical and business dilemmas as well as a signal of our professionalism to clients.

This interactive session, led by Jane Fraser MITI, will consider the role of a Code of Professional Conduct before considering a number of real-life dilemmas with reference to the Code as well as exploring some wider issues. There will be plenty of time for questions and discussion. Colleagues are also invited to bring any dilemmas currently or recently facing them for discussion with the group.

CPD hours: 3

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Most of us have probably not given the Code of Professional Conduct a second thought since we signed it as part of our application to join ITI. But the Code is an under-used resource in resolving ethical and business dilemmas as well as a signal of our professionalism to clients.

This interactive session, led by Jane Fraser MITI, will consider the role of a Code of Professional Conduct before considering a number of real-life dilemmas with reference to the Code as well as exploring some wider issues. There will be plenty of time for questions and discussion. Colleagues are also invited to bring any dilemmas currently or recently facing them for discussion with the group.

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Most of us have probably not given the Code of Professional Conduct a second thought since we signed it as part of our application to join ITI. But the Code is an under-used resource in resolving ethical and business dilemmas as well as a signal of our professionalism to clients.

This interactive session, led by Jane Fraser MITI, will consider the role of a Code of Professional Conduct before considering a number of real-life dilemmas with reference to the Code as well as exploring some wider issues. There will be plenty of time for questions and discussion. Colleagues are also invited to bring any dilemmas currently or recently facing them for discussion with the group.

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ScotNet Autumn Event - Cracking the code: ethical dilemmas and the ITI Code of Professional Conduct.

Date: Saturday 29 September 2018, 09:30 - 13:00

Contact Email: muirhartmann@aol.com

Event Details:

Most of us have probably not given the Code of Professional Conduct a second thought since we signed it as part of our application to join ITI. But the Code is an under-used resource in resolving ethical and business dilemmas as well as a signal of our professionalism to clients.

This interactive session, led by Jane Fraser MITI, will consider the role of a Code of Professional Conduct before considering a number of real-life dilemmas with reference to the Code as well as exploring some wider issues. There will be plenty of time for questions and discussion. Colleagues are also invited to bring any dilemmas currently or recently facing them for discussion with the group.

CPD hours: 3

Member Fee: £5 (free for ScotNet Members) / £ 23 for workshop + lunch (£18 for ScotNet Members)
Non-Member Fee: £10 for workshop only/£28 for workshop + lunch

Location: The Royal Scots Club, 29-31 Abercromby Pl, Edinburgh EH3 6QE

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