Ethics of Training


  • Ayache Benchikh Barika university center, Algeria
  • Nabila Asmi University of Tissemsilt, Algeria



Training; Professional Ethics; Private Training Institutions


Every public or private institution strives to achieve success and enhance its performance through its human capital. They undergo professional training to respond to their assigned tasks with dedication and mastery. This study aims to uncover the key training issues in private institutions among stakeholders involved in the training process (training institutions). It draws upon accumulated experiences, revealing problems related to behavior, professional gaps, and the absence of commitment to ethical codes and competency. The laws governing daily work operations often blur the lines between rights and duties, leaving the rights of the trainer unclear, and the rights of the training institution regarding the trainer uncertain, negatively impacting the effectiveness of training
and making the trainee a victim. Consequently, this study seeks to elucidate the professional ethics of training institutions, ensuring a flexible professional environment for trainers and trainees that fosters positive communication. It also clarifies work ethics, emphasizing the trainer's commitment to the training institution and trainees. The study recommends proposing an Arab training charter that includes clear and specific provisions for the ethical aspects of training work.