Code of conduct
The Royal Academy of Music works purposefully to ensure safe and inclusive study environments
Guidelines in the event of unacceptable behaviour
The Academy has prepared the 2 documents below, which can be read in context: RAMA’s Value and Behaviour Guide (Code of conduct) and: Guidelines for reporting and complaint procedures in the event of unacceptable behaviour
RAMA expects all teaching and collaboration to take place through a proper and constructive approach to the community at the institution.
Therefore, the behaviour of all collaborative relationships at RAMA must be based on a respectful and equal relationship, among both employees and students. In asymmetric power relations, such as teacher-student or manager-employee, there is a special responsibility to ensure that the power relationship is not abused in any way. RAMA expects all managers, employees, students and guests at the institution to cooperate based on these considerations.
It must always be accepted when students or staff say no to unacceptable behavior, even if you believe that it is innocent behavior.
These documents include all those attending RAMA; Employees, students and external partners. It includes all activities that take place under the auspices of the Conservatory, including in social contexts and through online communication, as well as activities that take place elsewhere, such as conferences and study trips.
This Code of Conduct includes everyone who attends RAMA; it being employees, students and external partners. It includes all activities that take place under the academy’s auspices, including in a social context and online communication as well as activities that take place
elsewhere such as e.g. conferences and study tours.