All members of our Strata Manager Chapter are ‘PROFESSIONAL STRATA MANAGERS’.
SCA (NSW) strives to ensure that all strata manager members are able to deliver
services to the public that are of the highest professional and ethical standard.
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All SCA (NSW) members are bound by a Code of Ethics. The Code is a public statement of the principles, values and behaviour expected of members. The objective of the Code is to promote and encourage a high standard of ethical practice by members in their dealings with other members, clients, their employers and members of the public.
Whilst the Code does not attempt to list every possible ethical issue that may arise, it does set out clear requirements for the conduct of members.
Failure to comply with the SCA (NSW) Code means that members may be subject to disciplinary procedures as set out in the Code.
Allegations of breach of the Code must be made in writing to the SCA (NSW) Office using the Complaint Management Form (see link below) by either:
Code of Ethics (for members) including Complaint Management Process
Complaint Management Form
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