(a) to promote adequate standards of professional practice and of professional conduct in the professions;
(b) to co-ordinate and supervise the activities of the boards established under section 5; and
(c) to carry out any additional functions assigned to it by this Ordinance.
(2) The Council shall perform its function of co-ordinating and supervising the activities of the boards-
(a) by making to each board, or inviting the board to make to the Council, proposals as to the activities to be carried on by the board or other boards;
(b) by recommending a board to carry on such activities, or to limit its activities in such manner, as the Council considers appropriate after consultation with the board on the proposals referred to in paragraph (a); (Amended 68 of 1995 s. 2)
(c) by concerning itself with matters appearing to it to be of special interest to any 2 or more of the boards, and by giving to the boards such advice and assistance as it thinks fit with respect to such matters; and
(d) by exercising its powers under this Ordinance in such manner as the Council considers most conducive to the satisfactory performance by each board of the board's functions under this Ordinance. (Amended L.N. 587 of 1995)