How can I apply engineering ethics in the workplace?
What do you do when a duty of confidentiality appears to conflict with the public interest? How do you know when you have a personal conflict of interest, and how should you manage this? What are your responsibilities regarding the end products of your work, and the impact these can have on public well being and the environment? How can you avoid being involved in deceiving or misleading the public? These are just some of the very difficult ethical questions which confront engineers and technicians every day.
Our highly interactive, practical one-day course has been designed to help you explore how engineering ethics impacts on your working life. Through facilitated discussion of issues and cases, you will practise identifying and dealing with ethical issues as they arise.
The IET is here to provide support and guidance on ethics in engineering through our code of conduct. However it is also crucial that those who work in an engineering environment are equipped with good judgment and the skills to make the right decisions.
This course is suitable for engineers and technicians at any stage in their career, looking to gain the knowledge and expertise to engage with ethical issues in the workplace.
• Tackle difficult workplace situations with confidence
• Understand and apply professional codes of practice;
• Recognise and meet your responsibilities to your company, clients, colleagues, government agencies, the public and the environment
• Develop critical thinking and reasoning skills.
|London||15 September 2016||EFEILO||Register online||book by 15 July for early bird rate|
Note: please use the course booking form to book multiple delegates or if paying by bank transfer or cheque.
|Members||£475 + VAT (£95) Total £575|
|Non-members||£595 +VAT (£119) Total £714|
Early booking discount (two months in advance)
|Members||£425 + VAT (£85) Total £510|
|Non-members||£525 + VAT (£105) Total £630|