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    Neuro-Training Code Ethics and Practice

    1. Introduction

    This Code of Practice has been based on the codes developed by the Australian Neuro-Training Association for the purpose of providing guidance to Registered Neuro-Training Practitioners in all settings of professional practice. The wellbeing and safety of the clients attending Kinesiologists is the primary focus of care. Each Kinesiologist, as a professional practitioner is accountable for his / her own practice, and takes into account relevant legislation, professional codes of ethics and conduct, standards of practice and competencies.

    2. Definitions

    Neuro-Training (NT)

    Neuro-Training, integrates holistic recuperation disciplines which includes but is not restricted to the use the gentle art of muscle monitoring to access information about a person’s wellbeing.

    Originating in the 1970’s it combines Western techniques and Eastern wisdom to promote physical, emotional, mental and spiritual recuperation. Neuro-Training identifies the elements which inhibit the body’s natural recuperation processes. Neuro-Training assists with stimulating a person’s natural internal energies and accessing the life enhancing potential within the individual.

    A Registered Certificate Graduate and/or NT Student has accrued the required training courses and achieved a recognised standard of competency as set out by the EA standards and guidelines, a the minimum level of the Certificate of Solution Oriented Neuro-Training, and has agreed to apply the EA procedures and processes within the EA Code of Ethics as detailed in this document.

    A Registered Representative has accrued the required training courses, achieved a recognised standard of competency as set out by the EA teaching standards and guidelines, has maintained their qualification by updating as required by EA, completed specific additional courses as may be required by NT, and has agreed by signing this document, to present NT courses within the NT Code of Ethics as detailed in this document.

    3. Code of Ethics (to be signed by each qualifying NT Instructor and/or Certificate Graduate and/or NT Student)

      3.1 I set a credible, honourable and ethical example for my profession as a representative of NT. And as a Kinesiologist.

      3.2 I conduct my work with the highest integrity

      3.3 I uphold the confidentiality of my clients.

      3.4 I encourage clients to be self responsible in realising their own truth.

      3.5 I respect the decision making process of the client and recognise that muscle monitoring may not be used to replace this process.

      3.6 I remain impartial in the muscle monitoring process.

      3.7 I maintain a high standard of professionalism in my behaviour, hygiene, manner, language, business and financial activities.

      3.8 I uphold my financial responsibilities, being fair and honest in all areas of my business activity.

      3.9 I do not defame or criticise other models of Neuro-Training, Kinesiology, medicine or healing, to any person.

      3.10 I acknowledge the need to refer my clients to other professionals whenever necessary.

      3.11 I continue to expand and update my Neuro-Training skills.

      3.12 I continue to explore my own self development through Neuro-Training and other modalities.

      3.13 I recognise the importance of my role as a professional consultant in NT and continue to promote Neuro-Training in the community.

      3.14 I continue my personal commitment to my profession.

    4. Scope of Practice

      4.1 A NT Instructor and/or Certificate Graduate has completed the prescribed training in accredited courses (as accredited with the Australian Kinesiology Association Practitioner Registration Board standards) and only work within the techniques and training offered in NT and other accredited organisations.

      4.2 An NT Instructor and/or Certificate Graduate and/or NT Student will never use their professional position to influence a client into accepting any religious or political ideologies.

    5. Duty of Care

      5.1 To competently assist the client towards optimum recuperation, within the current circumstances of the client’s condition, and the scope of practice of the Consultant.

      5.2 An NT Instructor and/or Certificate Graduate and/or NT Student shall always maintain the highest standards of professional conduct and duty of care towards the client. They do not diagnose, prescribe, or treat a disease unless professionally qualified to do so.

      5.3 Under no circumstances shall an NT Instructor and/or Certificate Graduate and/or NT Student knowingly take any action that could adversely affect the recuperation of a client or fellow human being.

    6. Professional Conduct

      6.1 An NT Instructor and/or Certificate Graduate and/or NT Student shall have respect for the religious, spiritual, political and social views of any individual irrespective of race, age, sex, colour, ethnic origin, differing abilities, sexuality, creed, marital status, culture or social standing.

      6.2 Proper conduct must always be paramount in an NT Instructor and/or Certificate Graduate and/or NT Student’s relations with clients. An NT Instructor and/or Certificate Graduate and/or NT Student must behave with courtesy, respect, dignity and discretion. Their attitude must be competent and empathetic, hopeful and positive, thus encouraging an uplifting in the mental outlook of the client in facilitating their recuperation process.

      6.3 An NT Instructor and/or Certificate Graduate and/or NT Student shall not engage in conduct inappropriate to the client’s condition during a consultation.

      6.4 An NT Instructor and/or Certificate Graduate and/or NT Student shall not enter into an intimate or sexual relationship with a client whilst the client is under their care.

      6.5 An NT Instructor and/or Certificate Graduate shall practice within the discipline or disciplines for which they are trained.

      6.6 An NT Instructor and/or Certificate Graduate and/or NT Student is to recognise their responsibility to have an open mind and to give input to the generally held opinions of the Neuro- Training discipline and when interpreting and conveying this knowledge to clients or to the general public. Any personal opinion which is contrary to the generally held opinion of the discipline, must be clearly indicated as such.

      6.7 An NT Instructor and/or Certificate Graduate and/or NT Student shall not provide false information on any business or legal documents or documents used for recuperation fund rebate purposes.

      6.8 An NT Instructor and/or Certificate Graduate and/or NT Student shall only use safe practices and not use any unsafe or improper practice.

      6.9 An NT Instructor and/or Certificate Graduate and/or NT Student shall at all times show due respect and cooperation with Kinesiologists and practitioners of other disciplines.

      6.10 An NT Instructor and/or Certificate Graduate and/or NT Student does not diagnose, prescribe or claim to "cure". Possible benefits of improved energy, recuperation or wellbeing may be described, but not guaranteed.

      6.11 An NT Instructor and/or Certificate Graduate and/or NT Student shall at no time take part in or promote any activity, verbal or otherwise, which will reflect improperly or denigrate the professional standing of anyone within the general community or professional circles.

      6.12 An NT Instructor and/or Certificate Graduate and/or NT Student shall not attend a client or a place where NT is practiced whilst under the influence of alcohol, drugs or other substances or circumstances that would impair his / her judgement. It is not allowed to smoke or consume a tobacco product when working with the NT processes.

      6.13 An NT Instructor and/or Certificate Graduate and/or NT Student shall not use their professional connections or affiliations in any unfair manner.

      6.14 An NT Instructor and/or Certificate Graduate and/or NT Student shall not knowingly breach the local health laws and Regulations, or equivalent national legislation.

    7. Confidentiality

      7.1 An NT Instructor and/or Certificate Graduate and/or NT Student shall not disclose information obtained in confidence from or about a client unless permission is given.

      7.2 Client records are to be kept confidential at all times and access restricted to the Consultant or assistant, except:

        A Where consent has been obtained from the patient or guardian, and then only to the extent of the agreed disclosure,

        B In an emergency or other urgent situation where the information may prevent possible injury to the client or other person,

        C Where required to do so by law.

    8. Client Records

      8.1 Clients are entitled to expect that an NT Instructor and/or Certificate Graduate will maintain a good standard of practice with full records. This includes:

        A Name, address, telephone and date of birth

        B Details of recuperation history

        C Dates of consultations

        D Details of home support

    9. Advertising

      9.1 An NT Instructor and/or Certificate Graduate and/or NT Student shall not advertise or lay claim to secret or exclusive methods of treatment.

      9.2 In the advertising of An NT Instructor and/or Certificate Graduate and/or NT Student’s skills and services, due regard should be given to the following:

        A An NT Instructor and/or Certificate Graduate and/or NT Student shall not use titles or descriptions which give the impression of medical or other qualification to which they are not entitled.

        B An NT Instructor and/or Certificate Graduate shall only advertise in a proper and professional manner according to proper advertising norms which includes requirements set by any professional membership bodies of which you are a member.

        C An NT Instructor and/or Certificate Graduate and/or NT Student shall observe all requirements of the NT administration concerning the use of logos and Identification, texts and graphics belonging to NT.

    10. Stationery

      10.1 An NT Instructor and/or Certificate Graduate is responsible for the issue of their own receipts and their personal receipt books which are not to be used by other practitioners

    11. Breach of Code of Practice

      11.1 A breach of any aspect of this Code of Practice would make the An NT Instructor subject to disciplinary action by the Neuro-Training Executive Board.

    An NT Instructor and/or Certificate Graduate and/or NT Student is engaged in a professional activity of helping others to find better alternatives to the recuperation patterns they are currently engaged in.

    An NT Instructor and/or Certificate Graduate and/or NT Student is equally representative of the profession when taking part in business or leisure activities. ethics are the basis from which a sense of responsibility, a moral understanding, and a sense of conscience prevents us doing harm.

    To be signed by every person applying to be a representative of Neuro-Training.

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