Wednesday, May 27, 2009

The BCA Writes

Thanks for your note. The BCA's Code of Conduct forms part of the BCA's Memorandum and Articles and is therefore only available for BCA members. What I can say, is that the Code relates specifically to members' responsibilities to the BCA - their requirements for professional conduct areset out in the GCC's Code of Practice and Standard of Proficiency. To my knowledge in the last five years, the BCA has not removed a member from the Association as a result of a breach of the Code of Conduct.



  2. Thanks for that. The GCC publishes their code of conduct on their website and details of their hearings. It's a shame that the BCA can't be as transparent. I'm sure it's only a matter of time, though, before their code of conduct is leaked.

  3. Difference between a trade organisation and a regulator. It would not surprise me if the BCA's code of conduct is the GCC one with a few knobs on.


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