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Comply with Oganisational Ethics - SAQA ID 252217

Introduction

This learning programme is intended forall persons who need to comply with organisational ethics. 

This unit standard is a core standard and forms part of the qualification, National Certificate and is registered at Level 4 on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF). Learners working towards this standard will be learning towards the full qualification, or will be working within a Marketing Environment, specialising in either Procurement, Sales, Marketing Communication, Marketing Management, Market Research or Customer Management, where the acquisition of competence against this standard will add value to one`s job. This standard will also add value to learners who are starting their own business and recognises that Marketing forms an integral component of any business.

NOTE: This is a 2 day learning programme

This course is aligned with the following unit standard SAQA ID 252217Comply with organisational ethics NQF Level 4, 4 Credits

PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

· Programme entry level requirements

· Programme Outcomes

· Assessment

· Learning map (delivery structure)

· Learner Support

MODULE 1:   DESCRIBE THE CODE OF CONDUCT AND ETHICAL ISSUES

· Ethics and the SA Constitution

· The Constitution as a source of a Code of Ethics

· Ethics and the Law

· The King Reports

1.1 The purpose of the code of conduct

1.2 The principles of a code of conduct

1.3 The relationship between the code of conduct and successful business operation(s)

The Need for Different Codes of Conduct

1.4 The implications of the code of conduct and ethics on an organisation

· The Role of the Code of Conduct

· The Role of Ethics

· Class Activity 1: Describe the code of conduct and ethical issues

MODULE 2:  ADHERE TO CODE OF CONDUCT

2.1 Source and explain a code of conduct

2.2 Apply and implement a code of conduct

2.3 Identify deviations from the code and take remedial action to comply

· Class Activity 2: Adhere to code of conduct

MODULE 3:  IDENTIFY AND UNDERSTAND THE ETHICAL ISSUES IN THE ORGANISATION

A broad understanding of the ethics which apply to business operation issues

3.1 Identify ethical issues

· Societal Ethics

· Professional Ethics

· Individual Ethics

3.2 Explain ethical issues

3.3 Apply ethical issues

3.4 Identify deviations from ethical issues and take remedial action to comply

Class Activity 3: Identify and understand the ethical issues in the organisation

· Reflection

· Facilitator Observation Checklist

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT

· Knowledge Questions

· Practical Activities

· Summative Project

· Logbook

 

 

 

 

Gary Watkins

Gary Watkins

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