Price: Included in SEPAR application fee/ SE candidates £100
Booking Deadline: Tuesday 6 February 2024, Midnight
The aim of this workshop is to introduce and consolidate the principles of ethical good conduct for sport and exercise scientists. In doing so, through a variety of interactive learning experiences, it draws upon aspects of professional ethics as experienced by sport and exercise science practitioners. It also situates the BASES Code of Conduct in a set of applied (hypothetical) contexts. Underpinned implicitly by theoretical frameworks, it is intended for those sport and exercise scientists seeking accreditation through BASES.
Learning outcomes of the workshop:
• Understand the basis for ethical good conduct amongst sport and exercise professionals
• Recognise and apply the BASES Code of Conduct to inform good practice
• Appreciate some of the ethical sensitivities in professional practice around such themes as voluntary informed consent, risk and harm, confidentiality and anonymity, guilty knowledge and ‘whistle-blowing’
To limit the ‘online’ time and to allow for discussions in the workshops there will be pre-Workshop tasks and self directed resources. You should set aside around 2 or 3 hours of your time to ensure that they are completed before joining the online session. These will be sent a week prior to the workshop.
Booking Terms and Conditions
By registering for this workshop, you are agreeing for BASES to provide to the workshop presenter your email contact details. The workshop presenter is contracted by BASES to deliver the workshop. Following the workshop, there is the opportunity for one-to-one email support and exchange of additional information with the workshop presenter(s) for any individual questions and follow-ups, which is why the presenter requires your email contact details.
Workshops require a minimum number of delegates to run. If a workshop is cancelled, this will be done no later than 7 days prior to the workshop date.
Please do not book more than one place on a workshop. Booking a place on multiple dates for the same workshop denies other candidates of a place and workshops have limited availability. If you are unsure what dates you have previously booked, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out.
For SE Candidates: Any cancellations received up to 7 days before the workshop are subject to a 50% cancellation charge. All workshop fees are forfeited thereafter, however substitutions can be made. Please note that if a delegate does not cancel and does not attend, then they are still responsible for payment.
For SEPAR Candidates: As per the Qualification Handbook, please note that only one free place per candidate is permitted on each workshop. If a candidate books and then cancels within 7 days of the workshop, or fails to attend the workshop without notifying the BASES Office, then the candidate will be liable to pay the delegate fee to attend that workshop when it is next scheduled. The fees are as follows:
BASES Safeguarding workshop £50
BASES Ethics in Professional Practice workshop £100
BASES Reflective Practice workshop £100
BASES Case Study workshop £50
BASES Counselling Skills workshop £250
BASES Equality, Diversity and Inclusion workshop £100
These workshops are compulsory as part of the SEPAR and are an expectation of the HCPC requirements.
For SEPAR Candidates only:
This workshop contributes to a large extent to the following SEPAR Competencies:
1.5.1 Current Issues in the Professional Practice of Sport & Exercise Psychology
3.1.3 Know the limits of their own practice and when to seek advice or refer to another professional
3.1.4 Be able to practice within the legal and ethical boundaries of their profession
3.2.3 Demonstrate a commitment to, and engagement with, professional development through continuing advancement of own knowledge, understanding and competence
3.3.4 Demonstrate an understanding and compliance with relevant codes of conduct (e.g., BASES, HCPC) to ensure ethical and safeguarding principles are applied in practice
3.3.5 Understand the principles of duty of care, professional standards, quality control and quality assurance
This workshop also contributes to some extent to the following SEPAR Competencies:
1.1.1 The Nature of Sport and Exercise Psychology
1.1.4 Gender, Diversity and Cultural Competence
1.2.1 Performance Enhancement
1.2.3 Understanding of Special Issues in Sport Psychology
1.3.3 Special Populations in Physical Activity and Exercise
1.4.1 The Sport Sciences and Allied Professions
2.1.2 Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively using verbal and non-verbal approaches with specialist and non-specialist audiences via verbal reports
2.2.4 Identify clients’ expectations, needs and requirements in order to appropriately negotiate the priorities of the client
2.5.2 Negotiate roles and responsibilities in relation to client and/or stakeholder needs
2.5.5 Work effectively with other professionals, support staff and others (e.g., medical team) as part of a multidisciplinary team
2.5.8 Demonstrate a logical and systematic approach to problem solving
3.1.1 State and justify their own philosophical approach to practice
3.1.2 Demonstrate an appreciation of the different contexts in which they may function (e.g., Sport vs. Exercise; Insider [NGB] vs. Outsider [Private Practice])
3.3.1 Maintain records appropriately and in line with data protection requirements
3.3.2 Promote and implement robust policies and protocols relating to health, wellbeing, safety and security of themselves and their clients
3.3.3 Promote and ensure compliance with all relevant regulatory requirements and quality standards
3.4.2 Effectively manage resources and risks to ensure the wellbeing of self and others
4.3.3 Demonstrate effective leadership through the ability to guide, influence, inspire and empathise with others