Upcoming Courses

Probity & Ethics In Practice 23rd June 2021

Probity & Ethics In Practice 22nd July 2021

Probity & Ethics In Practice 15th September 2021

This new probity and ethics primer course covers professional conduct concerns. It gives an overview of the contexts for probity and ethics issues and covers what is required in conduct processes, focusing on insight, reflection and remediation. It involves an exploration of probity and ethics; looks at the role of values; reviews the matrix of risk; distinguishes context from cause; considers the power differential and provides a space for choosing next steps.

Who Is The Course For?

This course is for people who have had a concern or complaint of any kind in relation to probity or ethics.  It covers the fundamentals of what is required when probity is in question, and gives a start in responding to formal processes. It can be taken as a stand-alone course, or as a pre-cursor to our intensive tailored three-day  programmes.

Learning Methods Include

  • Pre-course reading
  • Knowledge sharing
  • The Professionalism Game®
  • Group discussion
  • Presentations
  • Sharing narratives

Content Includes

  • Exploration of Probity and Ethics
  • Review of core requirements in formal processes
  • The role of values
  • Risk matrix
  • Context and cause
  • Insight, Reflection, Remediation
  • Power differential
  • Next steps

Goals & Intended Outcomes

  • Increased understanding of probity in professional practice
  • Expanded awareness of responses to formal processes
  • Begun to have developed new approaches to ethics

Timings

09:00 – 17:30

Booking Process & Fee

The price for the course is £500 [including VAT] and a place is secured when payment is made.

All bookings are made in agreement with our terms and conditions. Payment is by bank transfer or over the phone and places can be held for 5 days to enable payments to be made.

Upcoming Courses

Probity & Ethics In Practice 23rd June 2021


Probity & Ethics In Practice 22nd July 2021


Probity & Ethics In Practice 15th September 2021


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