Training Calendar

TA001 Communication/ TA003 Ethics - Wellington

Date 
7 June 2019
Time
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Venue

Delivery Method
In Class
Target Audience
Building Control Surveyors and others involved in the Building Industry.
Facilitator
Dave Wellington

TA001 COMMUNICATION AND TA003 ETHICS (Two part course)

Communication is a core skill for any Building Control Surveyor. In their day to day work, communications vary widely from one to one, one to group, face to face, telephone and written formats. When a surveyor communicates it must always be effectively, factual and relevant with an emphasis on sound listening and interpretative skills. This course is designed to give participants the knowledge and understanding of good practice in Communication skills.

Ethics is a core skill for any professional determining the behaviours and responses that ensure both personal and corporate credibility and fair dealing. From a Building Control Authority perspective it is an essential tool to minimise risk.

This two courses will cover the theory that underpins policies and ethical practices of a Building Surveyor and local government personnel and also give a good understanding and good practice in communication skills.

TA001 COMMUNICATION:

1. Communication process – includes:

  • Communication purpose Responsibilities
  • Common language
  • Barriers to effective communication
  • Culture
  • Environment

2. Interview in an informal one-to-one situation

  • Informal interview
  • Interview preparation
  • Interview planning Impartiality
  • Sequence Feedback loop
  • Leading an interview

3. Communicate with clients in a compliance context

  • Legal requirements, organisation policies and procedures
  • Style of communication
  • Phraseology
  • Order of information
  • Progressing compliance

 
TA003 ETHICS:

 
1. Ethics

Responsibilities

Ethical dilemmas:
  • Adhering to honesty, integrity and respect
  • Defining the dilemma
  • Analysing the dilemma
Ethics and the responsibilities of a Building Control Officer:
  • An ethical dilemma and ethical principles
  • Fairness
  • Lack of Bias
  • Objectivity
  • Impartiality
  • Consistency
2. Personal responsibility of a Building Control Officer

Analyse an ethical dilemma in terms of personal responsibilities:
  • Personal Conduct
  • Duty of Care to the public and employer
  • Maintaining the privacy of individuals and care of information.

Prices
Complementary
Free
Member Rate Only
$535.00
Member Rate Only
$535.00
Non Member Rate Only
$935.00
Note
All prices exclude GST and are represented in New Zealand Dollars
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