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APS Values and Ethics Instructor-Led Training

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Instructor-led training for Core Competency Module 2

6 CEs

This training will help Adult Protective Services (APS) professionals develop a real-world framework for consistent ethical decision making while on the front lines. It will help participants become more aware of their own value systems and how it affects their decision making, and it will give participants tools to analyze situations from a culturally competent standpoint.

Course Materials
PowerPoint
Trainer Manual
Participant Manual
Transfer of Learning (TOL) Supervisor Workbook

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