Case Study: Code Of Conduct

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Code of Conduct
Staff or students working offsite are considered to be representatives of College for the duration of the trip, including during leisure or 'off-duty' periods. Your actions throughout this time will represent not only your own personal values but also those of Imperial
College London. Any one that you meet or interact with will judge Imperial by how you conduct yourselves. Essentially you are an ambassador for Imperial College London.
This Code of Conduct defines the expected standards of behaviour that all staff and students should conform to the Research Skills Development course.

All course participants should:
Engage actively in their learning and obey the reasonable instructions of the course director(s) / tutors.
When at Easthampstead Park Conference Centre, comply with the rules of that venue (see below).
Comply with health and safety arrangements for the course.
Not behave in a manner which could damage the reputation of Imperial College
London during work and leisure time.
If drinking alcohol, do so responsibly.
Rules of Easthampstead Park:
A. Food or drink purchased elsewhere must not be brought onto the premises. Bringing alcohol onto the premises can result in the venue losing their licence and so is taken very seriously. The venue may close the bar facilities for the duration of the course for all participants if this is found to be occurring.
B: Guests should, in consideration of others, reduce any noise after 11 pm at night.
C: All areas are out of bounds except rooms booked by Imperial College London and
Public areas (Gardens, open grounds, Bar, etc). Guests must not, under any circumstances, enter rooms not allocated to Imperial College London for use. (The gym is the only possible exception to this - please check with reception about its potential use.)
D: Guests will be personally liable for any damage done to venue or Imperial College property. We reserve the right to expel from the course any participant whose behaviour, in the judgement of