Ethical Standards and Practices

Board Certified Coach Code of Ethics (CCE, Inc.)

National Career Development Association (NCDA) Code of Ethics

NCDA Career Development Policy Statement

Ethical Standards for Global Career Development Facilitators (CCE, Inc.)

International Coach Federation (ICF) – Code of Ethics

Professional Association of Resume Writers and Career Coaches (PARW/CC) – Code of Ethics: A PARW/CC member in good standing will:

  1. Professionally provide clients with products and services that will enhance
    their abilities to achieve their goals and objectives regardless of race, color,
    creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, level of income, or physical handicap.
  2. Be sensitive to client needs and compassionate in providing advice,
    products, and services in meeting the client’s specific career goals.
  3. Deliver to the client what was promised and be truthful in guiding, advising,
    and counseling clients in all aspects of the resume writing/employment
  4. Maintain strict confidentiality with every client, revealing information only upon
    written authorization by the client.
  5. Keep current of new trends, formats, writing styles, and résumé/employment
    presentations to best serve his/her clients through the PARW/CC newsletter
    and other sources.
  6. Stay abreast of market and hiring trends that will affect his/her clientele. By
    staying current, PARW/CC members will provide up-to-date advice, counsel,
    products, and services to better meet clients’ career objectives.
  7. Comply with all legal obligations in providing professional services.
    Be aware that contact with the public as a PARW/CC member promotes the
    organization and reflects on the resume writing/consulting service as an
  8. Be responsible to the community and be a contributing part of this
    environment through participation in community activities, and will offer
    professional advice and information pertaining to the resume
    writing/employment field.
  9. Emphasize the professional spirit of the organization by encouraging and
    promoting good relations among members.

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