The Group requires that all members treat others in same way as they would expect to be treated and abide by the following Code of Conduct.

  • Behave professionally at all times and treat others with respect and consideration.
  • Avoid categorising anyone according to race, religion, sex, or appearance.
  • Avoid inappropriate language, comments and tone that could be misconstrued or create offence.
  • Avoid physical contact except in an emergency or in the normal course of greeting (for example, shaking hands).
  • Understand and not breach Data Protection law.
  • Not knowingly break any other laws.
  • Not criticise any other trainer, examiner or road safety organisation.
  • Not charge for providing tutoring.
  • Be fair and honest.
  • If you experience any interaction, which makes you feel uncomfortable, contact the Chairman, Secretary or Training Coordinator for assistance or guidance.

Tuition and Group activities are intended to be constructive, informative and enjoyable for all members. If a group member has a concern or a complaint about another group member or a group activity they are encouraged to raise the matter with any member of the Committee for assistance or guidance. If the matter cannot be suitable resolved informally, the Committee will seek full details of the incident and conduct an investigation to identify what action needs to be taken in accordance with the Disputes and Resolution procedure.