Code of Conduct for Learners
1 Code of Ethics
- Learners are expected to have due regard to the NLPtCA Code of Ethics and Practice both during attendance on the programme, at supervision, with clients, and through the management and administration of their practice.
- Learners are expected to behave with courtesy and consideration to fellow students and trainers, and to respect the rules of attendance and procedure are laid down by the Company.
- Learners are obliged to inform the Company in the event of any serious criminal conviction, or any successful or pending civil action pertaining to their professional work, whether in NLPt, NLP practice or a different therapy.
- Learners may not advertise using the name of the Company until they have registered as Student Members.
- Learners may not advertise their NLPt therapy services using the Company name until they have gained the Diploma Certification.
- Learners are required to comply during training with the ethics of confidentiality, protecting the disclosures of fellow participants.
3 Learning Resourcefulness
- Learners are required to arrive prepared, having completed set tasks and in an attentive learning state, mindful of their effect on their fellow learners
- Any learner who arrives in a state which impedes their ability to learn will be asked to leave.
- Learners are required to disclose impending events or physical illness that might disrupt their studies or future professional functioning. In consultation with the Lead Tutor, the learner may have to reconsider his/her learning programme schedule.
4 Relationship with fORGE
- Learners understand that all the Company’s material is copyright to the Company and may not be reproduced in any form without the written consent of the Company.
- Learners understand that the Company’s trainers do not act as advisers or spokespersons on behalf of the Company and cannot be expected to respond to queries not directly related to the current training session.
- Learners are required to comply with the review systems, hand in work within the agreed time schedule. Persistent late delivery of work can jeopardise their eligibility to continue onto the next stage of learning.