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Ethics and Engineering - an Introduction

Lecture

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As professional engineers have you considered how ethics, such as a code of behaviour or set of moral values should influence your daily work ?

Date and Time

17 April 2013 - 19:00-21:00

Location

Sevenoaks, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the Kent local network.


About this event

The subject of ethics does not usually feature much in engineering and technology lecture titles but it is a topic of great importance to professional engineers if they wish to gain and retain the respect and confidence of their peers and the public. Pat Clarke will give an introductory talk on the subject of ethics and consider it's application to engineering. There will be an opportunity to discuss the issues raised.

Programme

The lecture commences following the Kent Local Network AGM. A buffet will be available following the lecture.

Reasons to attend

Is engineering a purely scientific or technical task or do engineers accept that they should work within a code of behaviour and agreed set of values within the profession to ensure the respect and confidence of their peers and the public ? Come and hear the lecture and take part in the discussion afterwards.     

Registration information

Prior registration is not required, For further information contact Denis Hooker Tel:01622 746098, Email: dshooker@theiet.org

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