Poor Practice report reveals top ‘no-nos’

You’ve given the thumbs down to government intervention and the thumbs up to collaboration between professional bodies when it comes to dealing with incompetent, unethical and poor coaching practice in the UK. Only 14 per cent and 13 per cent of you, respectively, feel that government regulation will prevent or reduce incompetence, and poor or unethical coaching practice, according to the Poor Practice 2010 survey. Many of you want to see professional bodies jointly develop a code of ethics (84 per cent and 86 per cent, respectively) and a joint complaints procedure (76 per cent and 72 per cent). A […]

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