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These theories indeed provide a complete guideline to XYZ college’s staff which are main target group of this activity. Staff includes Teachers, librarian, maintained works, and people who look after college’s account. Analyse codes of professional conduct and career development standards, and how they can be applied in work practice? Standards provide people and organizations with a basis for mutual understanding, and are used as tools to facilitate internal and external communication, measurement, and commerce. Standards are everywhere and play an important role in the career development, by: facilitating employers and employees interaction enabling workers to comply with relevant laws and regulations Speeding up the process for career progression ATIF ALI (TS119)
BSBLED807 ESTABLISH CAREER DEVELOPMENT SERVICES Codes of professional conduct and career development standards for VET trainers include some of the major attributes which are given below. a) Code of Professional Ethics lays down the standards of integrity, professionalism and confidentiality which all members of the Association shall be bound to respect in their work as conference interpreters. b) Candidates and precandidates shall also undertake to adhere to the provisions of this Code. c) The Disciplinary and Disputes Committee, acting in accordance with the provisions of the Statutes, shall impose penalties for any breach of the rules of the profession as defined in this Code. Apply regulatory requirements, policies, guidelines, standards and resources Some of the major entries for regulatory requirements are: 1. Statement of Responsibility 2. Employment 3. Leaves of Absence 4. Termination 5. Conditions of Employment 6. Benefits 7. Compensation 8. Workplace Health & Safety 9. Required Workplace Notices A VET trainer must follow these requirements with governmental approach. Furthermore, as an PEO of the college I can implement a range of overarching organisational policies relating to career development including: a. leadership development programs; b. mentoring and coaching; c. reward and recognition strategies; d. Performance Planner/Agreement (Professional Services Staff) and Performance Enhancement and Career Development Record; e. provision of in-house and on-line professional development to support individual and organisational learning and skill development (including specialist areas, especially research and information technology); g. support for faculty Executive Managers and Directors in the implementation of change management initiatives; h. leadership surveys; and i. the Workforce Survey. Organisations conducts a range of regular Training Needs Analysis activities resulting in a core curriculum of training programs available to all staff. These programs will address training needs and skill requirements of staff at all levels. Programs are promoted via the web and internal newsletters. Training initiatives include: a. structured group training; b. one-to-one consultations (including mentoring and coaching); c. consultancies to meet specific needs of units; ATIF ALI (TS119)

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