“Best Choices: The Ethical Journey Training”
Date(s) - May 4, 2017
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Radisson Hotel Vancouver Airport
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ECEBC recognizes its responsibility to promote ethical practices and attitudes to early care and learning professionals. This four-part series guides participants on a journey of ethical discovery and awareness. Participants will have the opportunity to explore personal values, beliefs, and assumptions, and examine the complexities in ethical decision-making.
Module 1 guides participants through an exploration of their personal beliefs, values, and ethics. Participants will examine what an ethical dilemma is using these systems as a point of reference. This module is a prerequisite for Module 2.
Module 2 guides participants on the purpose, structure, and benefits of a professional code of ethics. Following the eight principles identified in ECEBC’s Code of Ethics, participants will experience and understand how a code of ethics can guide practice. This module is a prerequisite for Module 3.
Module 3 guides participants in the examination of making an ethical decision. This examination prepares participants for the complexities in making “best choice” decisions, and the recognition that many best choices may exist. Participants will look into personal commitments to ethical decision-making in practice. This module is a prerequisite for Module 4.
Module 4 examines how personal values, beliefs, and ethics can support and also challenge ethical decision making. Participants will identify potential inhibitors to making these decisions. Through examination of the six E’s to ethical commitment, participants will be able to renew their commitment of “best choice” decision making in practice.
Registration includes lunch and coffee.
Early Childhood Educators
$40 per module for ECEBC provincial members, and $50 per module for non-members.
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Professional Development Certificate Credit Hours
3 professional development hours for each module they attend