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H. Kaif Sulthan
Final year CSE-A
Characteristics of
professional and
professional ethics
Introduction
o A profession as a vocation requiring
advanced education and training.
o A profession is a job that requires
specific training and is regulated by
certain standards.
o According to Roscoe Pound he
defined profession as a group
pursuing a learned art as a common
calling in the spirit of public service.
01
Definitions & Concepts
02
03
Table of contents
Professional ethics
Components Of
Professional Ethics
Glossary
Definitions & Concepts
Professional ethics
01
Professional Ethics !
A profession is a vocation founded upon specialized
high educational training, the purpose of which is to
supply objective counsel and service to others, for a
direct and definite compensation.
● encompass the personal and corporate standards
of behaviour expected professionals.
● Concerned with one’s behaviour and conduct
when carrying out professional work
Professional ethics the ethical norms, values, and
principles that guide a profession and the ethics of
decisions made within the profession.
Consequences
Based Ethics
Ideal based
Ethics
Principle based
Ethics
Professional ethics
Outcomes Character Rules , Codes &
Standards
Definition of
Professional Ethics
o Banks (2003) defines a code of ethics
as a written document created by a
professional association or body to
guide practitioners, protect service
users, and maintain the profession's
reputation.
o The Secondary Education Commission
emphasizes that teachers view their
work as a means of social service, self-
fulfillment, and self-expression, rather
than a mere means of living.
Concepts of
Professional Ethics
• Professional ethics are a set of
beliefs a teacher accepts
regarding relationships with
students, colleagues, employers,
and parents.
• These principles guide daily
activities and are derived from
philosophical reflection on the
profession's role in human life.
Components of
Professional Ethics
02
Honesty
Honesty refers to a facet of
moral character and denotes
positive, virtuous attributes such
as integrity, truthfulness, and
straightforwardness along with
the absence of lying, cheating, or
theft.
"Honesty is the best policy. If I
lose mine honor, I lose myself.“
-William Shakespeare
Integrity
Integrity is a concept of
consistency of actions, values,
methods, measures, principles,
expectations, and outcomes.
Integrity can be regarded as the
opposite of hypocrisy, that it
regards internal consistency as a
virtue.
"Integrity without knowledge is
weak and useless, and
knowledge without integrity is
dangerous and dreadful“.
Samuel Johnson
Transparency
Transparency is a general quality.
It is implemented by a set of
policies, practices and procedures.
It allow citizens to have
accessibility, usability, utility,
understandability, in
formativeness and auditability of
information and process held by
centers of authority (society or
organizations).
"A lack of transparency results in
distrust and a deep sense of
insecurity."-Dalai Lama
Accountability
Accountability is often used
synonymously with such
concepts as answerability,
blameworthiness, liability. It
cannot exist without proper
accounting practices.
"When a man points a finger at
someone else, he should
remember that four of his
fingers are pointing at himself.“
- Louis Nizer
Confidentiality
Confidentiality is an ethical
principle of discretion associated
with the professions, such as
medicine, law, psychotherapy. In
business, the confidentiality of
information, a mainstream
adaptation of the "need to know".
"In intelligence work, there are
limits to the amount of
information one can share.
Confidentiality is essential.“
-Gijs de Vries
Respectfulness
Respect is a positive esteem for a
person, with respect being a
specific feeling of regard for their
qualities. Rude conduct indicates
disrespect, while actions
honoring someone or something
indicate respect. The opposite is
contempt.
"I speak to everyone in the same
way, whether he is the garbage
man or the president of the
university." -Albert Einstein
Glossary
03
Glossary
 Vocation - a strong feeling of suitability for a
particular career or occupation.
 Encompass - surround and have or hold within.
 Consequence - a result or effect, typically one
that is unwelcome or unpleasant.
 Unpalatable - difficult to put up with or accept.
 Rendering - a performance of a piece of music
or drama.
 Integrity - the quality of being honest and
having strong moral principles.

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Characteristics of professional in professional ethics

  • 1. Presented By H. Kaif Sulthan Final year CSE-A Characteristics of professional and professional ethics
  • 2. Introduction o A profession as a vocation requiring advanced education and training. o A profession is a job that requires specific training and is regulated by certain standards. o According to Roscoe Pound he defined profession as a group pursuing a learned art as a common calling in the spirit of public service.
  • 3. 01 Definitions & Concepts 02 03 Table of contents Professional ethics Components Of Professional Ethics Glossary
  • 5. Professional Ethics ! A profession is a vocation founded upon specialized high educational training, the purpose of which is to supply objective counsel and service to others, for a direct and definite compensation. ● encompass the personal and corporate standards of behaviour expected professionals. ● Concerned with one’s behaviour and conduct when carrying out professional work Professional ethics the ethical norms, values, and principles that guide a profession and the ethics of decisions made within the profession.
  • 6. Consequences Based Ethics Ideal based Ethics Principle based Ethics Professional ethics Outcomes Character Rules , Codes & Standards
  • 7. Definition of Professional Ethics o Banks (2003) defines a code of ethics as a written document created by a professional association or body to guide practitioners, protect service users, and maintain the profession's reputation. o The Secondary Education Commission emphasizes that teachers view their work as a means of social service, self- fulfillment, and self-expression, rather than a mere means of living.
  • 8. Concepts of Professional Ethics • Professional ethics are a set of beliefs a teacher accepts regarding relationships with students, colleagues, employers, and parents. • These principles guide daily activities and are derived from philosophical reflection on the profession's role in human life.
  • 10. Honesty Honesty refers to a facet of moral character and denotes positive, virtuous attributes such as integrity, truthfulness, and straightforwardness along with the absence of lying, cheating, or theft. "Honesty is the best policy. If I lose mine honor, I lose myself.“ -William Shakespeare
  • 11. Integrity Integrity is a concept of consistency of actions, values, methods, measures, principles, expectations, and outcomes. Integrity can be regarded as the opposite of hypocrisy, that it regards internal consistency as a virtue. "Integrity without knowledge is weak and useless, and knowledge without integrity is dangerous and dreadful“. Samuel Johnson
  • 12. Transparency Transparency is a general quality. It is implemented by a set of policies, practices and procedures. It allow citizens to have accessibility, usability, utility, understandability, in formativeness and auditability of information and process held by centers of authority (society or organizations). "A lack of transparency results in distrust and a deep sense of insecurity."-Dalai Lama
  • 13. Accountability Accountability is often used synonymously with such concepts as answerability, blameworthiness, liability. It cannot exist without proper accounting practices. "When a man points a finger at someone else, he should remember that four of his fingers are pointing at himself.“ - Louis Nizer
  • 14. Confidentiality Confidentiality is an ethical principle of discretion associated with the professions, such as medicine, law, psychotherapy. In business, the confidentiality of information, a mainstream adaptation of the "need to know". "In intelligence work, there are limits to the amount of information one can share. Confidentiality is essential.“ -Gijs de Vries
  • 15. Respectfulness Respect is a positive esteem for a person, with respect being a specific feeling of regard for their qualities. Rude conduct indicates disrespect, while actions honoring someone or something indicate respect. The opposite is contempt. "I speak to everyone in the same way, whether he is the garbage man or the president of the university." -Albert Einstein
  • 17. Glossary  Vocation - a strong feeling of suitability for a particular career or occupation.  Encompass - surround and have or hold within.  Consequence - a result or effect, typically one that is unwelcome or unpleasant.  Unpalatable - difficult to put up with or accept.  Rendering - a performance of a piece of music or drama.  Integrity - the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles.