About the Research

We looked at how the wider aspects of professionalism seem to be lost when policies aimed at individual competencies for entry level professionals in vocational training are applied to practicing professionals.

Ethical competence is a key distinguisher between simply having skills and having a true sense of professionalism. It is the stage beyond technical competence where ethical competence must be considered when extending policies to support skill and competencies to training and education for professional occupations.

 

What did we find?

Read the findings and in-depth analysis in our publication, Ethical Competence and Professional Associations.

 

"Positive supports for the ethical competence carried out by professional associations should be communicated to clients and the wider public."

Andy Friedman
CEO
PARN