Each of us at NIAT accepts personal responsibility to support and represent a high ethical standard. We strive to promote an environment where our students and members can excel academically, professionally and personally.
In order to ensure confidence in NIAT and our members, we have a Code of Professional Ethics and a set of Disciplinary Procedures.
Code of Professional Ethics
The decisions our members make in the everyday course of professional life can have real ethical implications. Our Board of Management has produced a Code of Professional Ethics as the guide for members and students. Click the link below to read the full document.
We want to ensure that the public maintains the highest possible trust and confidence in the members of Accounting Technicians Ireland. To achieve this, we require adherence to the highest possible standards of professional and business conduct, efficiency and competency by our members and students.
We acknowledge that our members act with integrity and competence, and expect that this will continue. As such, the disciplinary procedure should not be seen as a threat to the careers and future prospects of our members, merely a regulatory framework to provide security.