Diploma in Professional Forex Trading
Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct
The T4TCapital Code of Conduct is the basis for the relationship between the Company and our student and full-time traders. The Company is committed to providing a fulfilling and rewarding learning experience that enables student traders to achieve their full trading potential. This commitment is underpinned by an expectation that all staff and student traders will conduct themselves in a manner consistent with the Company’s values and guiding principles to maintain our excellence in learning, teaching, innovation and trader engagement.
Our Code is underpinned by two primary objectives:
1. To provide a learning, teaching and trading environment that enables students to achieve their full potential.
2. To provide a trading experience for students consistent with the Company’s values and guiding principles.
There are five primary student responsibilities under this Code:
1. A condition of enrolment that students inform themselves of the Company’s rules and policies affecting them.
2. An obligation to always act with integrity and conduct themselves in an appropriate manner.
3. Ensure their actions or inactions as a student do not harm, or bring into disrepute, the Company’s reputation or good standing.
4. Not misuse Company resources or communications or other facilities in a manner which is unlawful, or which will be detrimental to the rights of the Company.
5. Not use Company resources for private gain or the gain of a third party, or private business or commercial purposes, without prior permission.
Types of Misconduct
Misconduct may include behaviour, but not limited to, such as:
• failure to treat staff or other students with courtesy, tolerance and respect
• behaviour that is unlawful, discriminatory, sexually inappropriate, bullying, harassing, invades another’s privacy or causes any person to fear for their personal safety
Any student or staff member can raise an allegation of misconduct. All allegations of misconduct are subject to an investigation process. Senior Company Management have the authority to investigate allegations.
If an allegation is proven, the penalties can range from a formal warning to suspension or exclusion, depending on the severity of misconduct.