Strength and conditioning professional practice are informed by professional standards, codes, and guidelines where practitioners are both accountable and responsible for ensuring professional behaviour in all contexts.
The student demonstrates:
- Knowledge of and engages in ethical behaviour in practice.
Justification of inherent requirement:
Compliance with professional standards, codes of conduct, policies, and guidelines facilitates safe, competent interactions and relationships for students and/or the people with whom they engage. This supports the physical, psychological, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing of all.
Adjustments must not compromise standards, codes and guidelines or result in unethical behaviour. Adjustments specific to the individual can be discussed with the Support Equity Officers.
- Demonstrate ability to reflect on ethical dilemmas and issues and take responsibility for ensuring awareness of ethical behaviour.
- Comply with requirements relating to informed consent, privacy and confidentiality with client information in academic and professional settings.