Ethics Values and Cultural Competence in APS eLearning
The purpose of this training is to “demystify” ethics, and offer a practical framework for ethical decision-making on the front lines. It will help APS professionals become more aware of their own value systems, their approach to decision-making, and it will give workers tools to analyze situations from a culturally competent standpoint. Additionally, this training will assist APS workers in labeling, organizing, and understanding what they see, and it will help them analyze the consequences of the decisions facing them (1.5 CEs).
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There is a $45 registration fee for participants from outside of California.
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