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A Question of Ethics Your company sent several staff members for UML training. An outside vendor provided the training.
A Question of Ethics
Your company sent several staff members for UML training. An outside vendor provided the training. Everyone who attended the training received a copy of the instructor's materials, which included study guides and sample exam questions and solutions. After completing the training course, you are eligible to sit a certification exam. If you pass the exam, you will be credentialed as a "UML Expert" by an independent agency. You can parlay these credentials into a higher salary and boost your career. A coworker who did not attend the training asks for a copy of the training materials. He wants to take the exam without "wasting his time in class." Should you give him a copy of the training materials? If you do, how might this diminish your accomplishments? If you don't, would you be hurting the team by not helping another member become more knowledgeable about the UML?