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Council for Piercing and Tattoo Professionals
Communitatem nos pro viribus nostris defendemus
(We are defending our community)
Zwavelpoort, Pretoria East, Gauteng,South Africa.  0081
Tel: +27 84 828 8667
Alt Tel: +27 84  250 1187
email: admin@bodyartcouncil.co.za
Trainer Code of Conduct
The specific code of conduct for Trainers and Training Institutions to the Piercing and Tattoo industry:

Competence: Trainers should have the necessary knowledge and skills to effectively train others in the piercing and tattoo industry. They should be familiar with industry standards and regulations, and should stay up-to-date with changes in the field.

Ethical behavior: Trainers should adhere to ethical principles, including honesty, integrity, and respect for others. They should not engage in any behavior that could be considered discriminatory, exploitative, or abusive.

Safety: Trainers should prioritize safety in all aspects of their training, including selecting appropriate equipment, teaching proper hygiene and sanitation practices, and following industry standards for infection control.

Professionalism: Trainers should behave professionally at all times, including maintaining appropriate boundaries with their students and avoiding any behavior that could be considered unprofessional or inappropriate.

Continuous improvement: Trainers should be committed to continuous improvement, including seeking out feedback from their students and incorporating that feedback into their training methods. They should also stay up-to-date with new technologies, techniques, and industry trends.

Overall, the code of conduct for trainers to the piercing and tattoo industry is designed to ensure that they provide high-quality, safe, and ethical training to their students, and that they uphold the professional standards of the industry.