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Code of Conduct & Good practice

All of our members agree to abide by the BWF Code of Conduct and to observe the provisions of the BCS Code of Good Practice.

BWF Code of Conduct

The BWF Code of Conduct sets out the professional standards required by BWF as a condition of membership.

It applies to members of all grades, including students, and professional, and also non-members who offer their expertise as part of the BWF services.
The BWF Code of Good Practice describes standards of practice relating to the contemporary multifaceted demands found in IT.

It is intended to help you personally as a user or member of BWF by providing a framework of guidance into which your particular needs can be fitted. 

Code of conduct

 This Code sets out the professional standards required by the Society as a condition of membership.

 

Introduction
It applies to members of all grades, including Students, and also non-members who offer their expertise as part of the Foundation's Service.
Within this document, the term "relevant authority" is used to identify the person or organisation which has authority over your activity as an individual. If you are a practising professional, this is normally an employer or client. If you are a student, this is normally an academic institution.
The Code governs your personal conduct as an individual member of the BWF and not the nature of business or ethics of the relevant authority. It will, therefore, be a matter of your exercising your personal judgement in meeting the Code's requirements.
Any breach of the Code of Conduct brought to the attention of the Foundation will be considered under the  Foundation’s Disciplinary procedures. You should also ensure that you notify the  Foundation of any significant violation of this Code by another BWF member.

 

 Code of Good Practice

 This Code describes standards of practice relating to the contemporary multifaceted demands.

 

It is intended to help you personally as a member of BWF by providing a framework of guidance into which your particular needs can be fitted. It is hoped, however, that the guidance will be of general use.

The content of this Code of Good Practice has been approved by the BWF Board, and shall not be changed or added to in any way without their express written agreement.

 

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