STRATEGY IS NOTHING WITHOUT OUR MISSION
Our mission is to promote lifelong learning through the design and delivery of continuing professional training and certification programs for individuals and organizations.
We nurture organizational effectiveness, personal growth, workforce and economic development. In extending traditional certification programs with continuous learning solutions.
Code of Conduct
Demonstrate integrity and humanity and observe the principles of the declaration of human rights avoiding all discriminatory practices including those relating to race, sex, religion and political affiliation.
We work across all the major geographies, meaning we understand the Ensuring that all contracts and terms of business are clear, concise and honored in full, unless terminated or modified by mutual consent.
Making every effort to conserve the environment, balancing the rights of future generations with current economic needs.
Preserving and, wherever possible, improving the quality of life within the organization’s sphere of influence.
AMERICAN CERTIFICATION INSTITUTE
Independence and Objectivity. Students and Candidates must use reasonable care and judgment to achieve and maintain independence and objectivity in their professional activities.
INTEGRITY AT WORK
Material Nonpublic Information. Students and Candidates who possess material nonpublic information that could affect the value of employer must not act or cause others to act on the information.
DUTIES TO CLIENTS
Loyalty, Prudence, and Care. Students and Candidates have a duty of loyalty to their clients and must act with reasonable care and exercise prudent judgment.
DUTIES TO EMPLOYERS
Responsibilities of Supervisors. Members and Candidates must make reasonable efforts to detect and prevent violations of applicable laws, rules, regulations, and the Code and Standards by anyone subject to their supervision or authority.
ANALYSIS, RECOMMENDATIONS, AND ACTIONS
Use reasonable judgment in identifying which factors are important to their business analyses, recommendations, or actions and include those factors in communications with clients and prospective clients.
CONFLICTS OF INTEREST
Disclosure of Conflicts. Students and Candidates must make full and fair disclosure of all matters that could reasonably be expected to impair their independence and objectivity or interfere with respective duties to their clients, prospective clients, and employer.
CODE OF CONDUCT
All students of our association are expected to comply with our code of practice. This code of practice seeks to ensure that all our students, associates, members and fellows, acknowledge their responsibilities as professional managers.
Discharge at all times their agreed responsibilities and authority as a manager with integrity and observe the standards as prescribed in the ACI guide to good management practice.
DUTIES TO CLIENTS
When communicating analysis performance information, Students and Candidates must make reasonable efforts to ensure that it is fair, accurate, and complete.
Would you like to speak to one of our expert over the phone? Just submit your details and we’ll be in touch shortly. You can also email us if you would prefer.