In early 2011, ICE’s Research and Development Committee convened a Task Force on Ethics to review the ethics processes and documentation for certification programs with the goal of determining whether commonalities exist in practices in this area. After reviewing the codes of ethics or professional conduct for selected certification programs with National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) and/or American National Standards Institute (ANSI) accreditation, the Task Force drafted a survey intended to provide answers to the following questions:
1. What behaviors do codes of ethics cover?
2. What commonalities exist in the enforcement of codes of ethics?
3. How frequently do ethics complaints occur, and what are the typical results?
4. Do certifying programs address the code of ethics in job analyses, certification examinations, and/or continuing education required for recertification?
This report detailing the survey's findings was published by the committee in 2012. 29 pages.
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