Bacs Core Values Study

Decent Essays
The purpose of this statement is to identify the principal values of BCAS (British College of Applied Studies) and to outline the conduct expected of members of the BCAS community. (The term “member of the BCAS community” is to be understood to refer to , Board of Management, all members of staff (academic and non- academic) students and voluntary associates of the college, so long they are affiliated with BCAS. Values Members of BCAS differ in age, gender, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, political persuasion and many other reasons and personal preferences. However, they all agree on the following values: Respect for persons Respecting persons implies recognizing that we are distinctive individuals with our own goals, beliefs,…show more content…
Consequently, we are co-operative, consultative and ultimately supportive of one another in our activities at BCAS. Concern for the personal development of each member of the BCAS community Members of BCAS are concerned for the personal development and general wellbeing of other member of the community. We support the legitimate educational and professional development of each member of the BCAS community. We attempt to be inclusive in our teaching methods and curricula, and we strive to enable opportunities for professional and personal growth. Non – munificence At BCAS every effort is taken to avoid actions and policies that cause unnecessary harm to others. Violence, abusive language, and willful damage to property are disapproved of in the strongest possible terms. We strive to maintain an institution that is free of racism, sexism and other forms of bigotry. If undue suffering has occurred, wherever possible we attempt to redress the harm. Further, we look very unfavorably on exploitation in all its forms.
Get Access