개정된 GCDF 윤리강령입니다. 필히 준수하셔야 합니다.
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 All applicants and credential holders are responsible for ensuring their behavior adheres to the identified code of ethics or ethical standards.
 
Before becoming credentialed, applicants must complete all portions of the respective application and provide information regarding any previous or current legal, criminal or disciplinary matter. CCE policy also requires applicants and credential holders to provide a written disclosure within sixty days of becoming aware of any legal, criminal or disciplinary matter involving themselves or their practices. A reminder of the disclosure requirement is provided with the Statement of Annual Maintenance Fees. By submitting this form or providing payment to CCE, credential holders accept responsibility for adhering to CCE policies and agreements, fulfilling the continuing education requirements and abiding by the code of ethics.
 
Application disclosures and other similar matters are reviewed in accordance with CCE procedures, including the Credential Eligibility Policy-Ethics and the Ethics Case Procedures.
 
All CCE codes of ethics, policies and procedures are available free of charge by clicking any of the links at right. You may also request a hard copy by submitting a request to cce@cce-global.org or by calling 336-482-2856. (http://www.cce-global.org/Prof/Ethics)
 
 
 
GCDF Code of Ethics: Amended: October 9, 2010
Global Career Development Facilitator (GCDF)
Code of Ethics
INTRODUCTION
The Global Career Development Facilitator (GCDF) is a certification created by the Center for Credentialing & Education (CCE), in consultation with the National Career Development Association (NCDA) and the National Occupational Information Coordinating Committee (NOICC). The GCDF certification program, administered by CCE, certifies qualified individuals who have satisfied the extensive knowledge and skills standards established by CCE. GCDF certificants provide quality career assistance, not career counseling or psychotherapy.
Regardless of any other affiliation, this GCDF Code of Ethics (Code) applies to each individual certified by CCE as a GCDF (certificant), and each individual seeking the GCDF certification (applicant). The Code is designed to provide appropriate ethical practice guidelines and enforceable standards of conduct for all certificants and applicants. The Code also serves as a resource for those served by GCDF certificants and applicants with respect to such standards and requirements.
 
SECTION A:
COMPLIANCE WITH LEGAL REQUIREMENTS AND CONDUCT STANDARDS
GCDF certificants and applicants shall:
1. Comply with all applicable laws and governmental regulations relating to occupational activities.
2. Refrain from conduct or behavior that is contrary to legal or regulatory requirements.
3. Refrain from behavior involving dishonesty or fraud.
4. Refrain from unlawful discrimination in occupational activities including age, race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender orientation, religion, national origin or disability.
5. Avoid condoning or engaging in harassment, including deliberate or repeated unwelcome comments, gestures or physical contact.
6. Maintain accurate client records related to the provision of services in accordance with applicable legal and occupational requirements.
7. Disclose to appropriate governmental agencies when a client appears to be a danger to or is otherwise unable to act safely concerning self or others. Such disclosures shall be consistent with legal and occupational requirements.
 
SECTION B:
COMPLIANCE WITH CCE ORGANIZATIONAL POLICIES AND RULES
GCDF certificants and applicants shall:
1. Comply with all applicable CCE policies and procedures, including the GCDF Code of Ethics and CCE Ethics Case Procedures, as amended or revised.
2. Provide accurate information to CCE.
3. Maintain the security of confidential CCE information and materials.
4. Cooperate with CCE concerning ethics matters, including the collection of information.
5. Inform and support others, such as employers and colleagues, regarding the responsibilities established by this Code.
6. Report an apparent violation of the GCDF Code of Ethics by certificants and applicants upon a factual basis.
 
SECTION C:
PERFORMANCE OF SERVICES AND OTHER OCCUPATIONAL ACTIVITIES
GCDF certificants and applicants shall:
1. Conduct all occupational activities in a responsible manner.
2. Recognize the limitations of practice and qualifications, and provide services only when qualified. Certificants and applicants are responsible for determining the limits of their competency based on education, knowledge, skills, practice experience, credentials and other relevant considerations.
3. Protect the privacy of information obtained in the course of providing services, including electronic files and communications. Certificants and applicants shall not disclose this information unless authorized to do so by applicable legal requirements or client authorization. The limits of privacy shall be clearly identified before services begin.
4. Properly use occupational credentials, titles and degrees; and provide accurate information concerning education, experience, qualifications and the performance of services.
5. Avoid occupational techniques that are harmful to clients. Certificants and applicants are responsible for ensuring that the techniques used are consistent with client’s emotional, intellectual and physical needs. Certificants and applicants shall appropriately inform clients regarding the purpose, application and results of techniques, assessments and strategies.
6. Obtain written agreements with others when appropriate in the course of performing facilitation services. Agreements shall include the rights, roles and responsibilities of the parties involved as well as the manner in which private information will be protected.
7. Seek supervision with qualified professionals when necessary, and provide appropriate referrals when unable to provide appropriate assistance to a client as well as when terminating a service relationship.
8. Ensure that clients and employers understand that services are career assistance, and avoid providing career counseling or psychotherapy.
 
SECTION D:
AVOIDANCE OF CONFLICTS OF INTEREST AND THE APPEARANCE OF IMPROPRIETY
GCDF certificants and applicants shall:
1. Disclose to others, including employers, clients and colleagues, significant circumstances that could be construed as a potential or real conflict of interest, or as involving an appearance of impropriety.
2. Avoid conduct that could cause a conflict of interest regarding clients or employers. If a conflict of interest occurs, certificants and applicants shall take reasonable steps to resolve the conflict.
3. Avoid engaging in multiple relationships with clients. In situations where multiple relationships cannot be avoided, certificants and applicants shall discuss the potential effects of the relationships with the affected clients, and must take reasonable steps to avoid any harm.
4. Avoid any sexual or romantic relationships with clients. Certificants and applicants shall not engage in sexual or romantic interactions with former clients for a minimum of two (2) years following the date of termination.
5. Refrain from offering or accepting significant payments, gifts, or other forms of benefits that are intended to influence occupational judgments or services.
6. Acknowledge accurately the intellectual property of others with respect to all activities.
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