The Professional Standards Board (PSB) has new resource materials to support mentors, sponsors, and candidates. As candidates progress through the process to become full members of the Canadian Institute of Planners, they are individually assigned mentors and sponsors. Mentors are tasked with exploring increasingly complex ethical issues with candidates. This session will discuss the CIP Code of Conduct, and how it is relevant to emerging planners as well as to mentors and sponsors. We will explore responsibility to the public interest as well as responsibility to clients, employers, the profession, and to other planners. Experienced members of the Professional Education and Examination Committee will review specific challenges to planners in adhering to the CIP code of conduct.