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 Relating to Criminal & Lesser Offense Convictions, and Other Disciplinary Matters 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 336-482-2856.
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