D-8.3, r. 0.1 - Regulation respecting the accreditation and ethics of training bodies, training instructors and training services

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33. Accredited training instructors must, in carrying out workforce training activities, act honestly and loyally. They must not in particular
(1)  engage in an act derogatory to the dignity of the profession;
(2)  use discriminatory, fraudulent or illegal practices and must refuse to take part in such practices;
(3)  carry on activities in conditions or states likely to compromise the quality of the services provided;
(4)  receive, in addition to the remuneration to which they are entitled, any benefit, commission or discount related to the workforce training activities, except customary tokens of appreciation or gifts of small value, and must not pay, offer to pay or promise to pay any such benefit, commission or discount;
(5)  use methods for attracting or soliciting clients that are unfair to the competition;
(6)  abuse the good faith of another accredited training instructor, commit a breach of trust towards the instructor or use unfair practices;
(7)  take credit for work done by another person; and
(8)  plagiarize or use without written permission the content of training provided in particular by a recognized educational institution in accordance with section 7 of the Act or by another accreditation holder.
1048-2018O.C. 1048-2018, s. 33.
In force: 2018-09-06
33. Accredited training instructors must, in carrying out workforce training activities, act honestly and loyally. They must not in particular
(1)  engage in an act derogatory to the dignity of the profession;
(2)  use discriminatory, fraudulent or illegal practices and must refuse to take part in such practices;
(3)  carry on activities in conditions or states likely to compromise the quality of the services provided;
(4)  receive, in addition to the remuneration to which they are entitled, any benefit, commission or discount related to the workforce training activities, except customary tokens of appreciation or gifts of small value, and must not pay, offer to pay or promise to pay any such benefit, commission or discount;
(5)  use methods for attracting or soliciting clients that are unfair to the competition;
(6)  abuse the good faith of another accredited training instructor, commit a breach of trust towards the instructor or use unfair practices;
(7)  take credit for work done by another person; and
(8)  plagiarize or use without written permission the content of training provided in particular by a recognized educational institution in accordance with section 7 of the Act or by another accreditation holder.
1048-2018O.C. 1048-2018, s. 33.