Subscription to the Association's Code of professional practice for organisational and individual members and the Code of Ethics for Individual Tutors is a requirement of membership. According to the membership criteria set by the Association, a copy of this code must be displayed at members’ primary place of business and communicated to their clients. Corporate members are responsible for monitoring whether tutors with whom they work honour these codes (click here to download).
Its articles are intended to be binding; breach of any single article may be held as sufficient grounds for lodging of a complaint, and potentially for action by the Disciplinary committee (see Complaints procedure).
It is a requirement of membership for individual tutors that they adhere to the TTA Code of ethics for individual tutors.
Organisational members also have a responsibility to promote regard for the ‘TTA Code of ethics for tutors’ among the tutors with whom they work. According to the criteria set out above, this code (in addition to the ‘TTA Code of professional practice for organisational members’ set out above) must be displayed at organisational members’ primary place of business, and communicated to clients. Organisational members are responsible for monitoring whether tutors with whom they work honour the code.