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BLE Code of Ethics

Guidelines for Ethical Practice

The following guidelines represent a consensus of what constitutes ethical practice in the way a school conducts its affairs, both within its organisation and in dealings with other member higher education institutions/schools. If it is drawn to the attention of BLE that the guidelines have been breached, BLE could take investigative action.

Integrity of the higher education institute/school

  • A higher education institute/school should meticulously carry out the promises and contracts made with any person, higher education institute,school, organisation, or the general public.
  • A higher education institute/school should carefully avoid misleading or ambiguous statements about its work, situation or status.
  • A higher education institute/ school should respect normally accepted conventions regarding confidentiality.

 

  1. Recruitment practices
  • The right of a person to visit and to consider employment in a higher education institute/school other than that in which they are currently employed without notifying the current employer should be respected.
  • The right of a higher education institute/school to hold preliminary discussions about possible employment with a faculty Associate/higher education institute/school leader employed in another higher education institute/school without notifying such other higher education institute/school should also be respected.
  • Contracts with faculty Associate/higher education institute/school leader should include a clause in which prospective employees certify that they are legally able to sign the contract and are not bound by any other employment contract.
  • No higher education institutes/schools should attempt to influence a person to break a contract already signed with another higher education institute/school.
  1. Employment practices
  • The performance of professional personnel should be subject to regular evaluation, formal or informal, by the head of the higher education institute/school or their designated representatives.
  • The performance of the head of the higher education institute/school should be subject to regular evaluation, formal, or informal, by the Board, a designated committee of the Board, or the owner of the higher education institute/school.
  • Each higher education institute/school should have an established procedure for dealing with claims by a faculty Associate /higher education institute /school leader of unjust treatment or violation of their individual rights.
  • In any instance in which a higher education institute/school has taken the decision to dismiss a faculty Associate/higher education institute/school leader or not to renew their contract, the faculty member/higher education institute /school leader should be given a fair period of notice and the reasons for the higher education institute /school’s decision. If the faculty Associate/higher education institute/school leader requests it, a hearing should be provided in accordance with established school policy.
  • All faculty associates/higher education institute /school leader staff shall be employed under written contracts, which provide for adequate salaries, fringe benefits, and working conditions.

 

  1. Transfer and enrolment of students
  • The right of a student and their parents to visit and consider schools other than that which the student is presently attending is recognised, as is the right of such other higher education institutes/schools to hold preliminary discussions about possible admission without notifying the higher education institute/school of current attendance. However, a higher education institute/school should not itself knowingly initiate an attempt to enrol a student currently enrolled elsewhere.
  • When a student is transferring from one associate higher education institute/school to another, and the first higher education institute /school notifies the receiving higher education institute/school that some financial obligation due to the former remains outstanding, the receiving higher education institute/school should delay admission of the student until a satisfactory arrangement to settle the account has been worked out.
  • A higher education institute’s/school’s most important consideration in enrolling a new student should be the welfare of that student. Financial aid or any other advantage not regularly accorded to all students should not be offered in such a way as to influence the enrolment decision improperly.

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BLE Associate Advantages

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2. Be invited to our worldwide conferences, held globally.

3. Receive your membership certificate and display it with pride.

4. Our consultancy services to know the latest trends and happening in the schools all around the globe.

5. Enter for our awards and fellowship programs, rewarding hard work in challenging time.

6. Receive BLE’s magazine, featuring the latest news, best practice and advices.

7. Get a detail list of suppliers of useful products of the schools

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