Beginning June 1, 2017, DBIA’s new Code of Professional Conduct will become effective. While all DBIA members are encouraged and expected to adhere to the Code, those holding the DBIA™ and Assoc. DBIA™ credentials will be subject to enforcement of the Code and possible disciplinary action resulting from violations of the Code. Since DBIA’s inception in 1993 our members have been dedicated to the highest level of ethical conduct, professionalism and service. With the increased use of design-build project delivery and the increased recognition of DBIA™ certified professionals, the professional conduct of DBIA members and, in particular, credential holders, is more important than ever.
In this seminar you will:
Discuss the importance of a robust Code of Professional Conduct to the design-build profession.
Review the key elements of the Code of Professional Conduct including the rules, comments and enforcement.
Understand the basis for a complaint and/or appeal.
Discuss procedures by which credential holders will be required to attest to their agreement of the Code.
You must be logged in and own this session in order to
10/5/18 8:00 pm
Please keep in mind this is a Certification not a Licencing Board.
11/1/18 10:35 am
Thank you very much!
11/2/18 12:25 pm
Thank you, this webinar was very informative and delivered well.
11/2/18 5:29 pm
I noticed that the CoPC is relatively silent on the issues of equal opportunity and harassment. Has DBIA considered more direct language than that found in Comment 1-A? Comment 1-B seems to require an actual conviction for such conduct.
11/12/18 5:51 pm
The archived New DBIA Code of Conduct Webinar (WEB 170511) provides a clear presentation of the course content and allows informative download of the course handout; Introduction; Ethical Rules and Comments; Enforcement and Disciplinary Actions. I'll be sharing the DBIA Code of Conduct concepts with those I mentor.