Conflict of interest policy
To manage any potential conflict of interest with the TACC Auto Apprenticeships and other organisations.
If, when dealing with members, suppliers, or other organisations, you believe that your obligations to TACC may be compromised, you should immediately advise your TACC auto apprenticeship area manager.
All staff will disclose immediately any personal interest, refraining from activities which conflict with the interests of the TACC Auto Apprenticeships.
Any staff member who makes such a disclosure will be excluded from any duty that could be seen to give rise to a conflict of interest.
You must not be directly or indirectly engaged, concerned or interested in any other trade, business, occupation or activity which is or may be in direct competition with TACC training operations, or affect your ability to perform your duties for TACC.
You must not, without our written permission, work (paid or unpaid) for anyone else while employed by TACC auto apprenticeships. Permission may be given where TACC training is of the opinion that such work will not harm it's business interests or either affect your ability to carry out work for TACC auto apprenticeships, or affect or hinder any other employees carrying out their duties with TACC auto apprenticeships.
Complaints handling process
All complaints concerning a perceived conflict of interest will be handled in accordance with the established complaints procedures of the TACC Auto Apprenticeships