|With the new Code of Ethics now fully in effect this event will be a chance for you to discuss and find out first hand the effects of this new Code of Ethics on Engineers Australia and the community.|
|Venue||Engineers Australia SA Division, Sir Robert Chapman Theatre Level 11, 108 King William Street, Adelaide, SA|
|Date||Wednesday 20th October 2010 - 5.30pm for a 6.00pm start|
|Members Cost||Gold Coin Donation|
|Non Members Cost||Gold Coin Donation|
|Event Contact||Paul Godden|
|Contact Phone||08 8202 7100|
|Hosted By||Engineers Australia South Australia Division|
|Downloads||Code Ethics Flyer.pdf(762KB)|
At a special meeting of National Congress on 27 and 28 July 2010, Engineers Australia’s National Congress made a landmark decision to approve a draft new Code of Ethics and Guidelines on Professional Conduct. This followed an extensive review process over the last two years and substantial input from members and external experts.
Our new Code of Ethics has the following improvements:
• a simpler structure and a style more accessible to and easily understood by members, students, consumers and external stakeholders;
• better links to the demonstration of ethics competencies in chartered/registration assessments;
• better reflects contemporary engineering practice applicable to collective professional conduct, as well as to individual ethical decision-making; and which
• provides a more effective basis for disciplinary action.
With the new Code of Ethics now fully in effect this event will be a chance for you to discuss and find out first hand the effects of this new Code of Ethics on Engineers Australia and the community.
The event will be hosted by 2011 Division President Elect Dr David Cruickshanks-Boyd FIEAust EngExec, who was a member of the steering committee for the revised Code of Ethics.
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