As a chemical engineer, your actions affect the health, safety and welfare of society. That makes your ethical conduct as a professional of the utmost importance. In this online course, you’ll gain an introduction to key issues in engineering ethics while you prepare to confront and resolve the inevitable ethical dilemmas you’ll encounter in your career. You’ll address real-world issues that arise through human interactions in the workplace. In addition, you’ll discover and learn how to apply the seven elements of professional excellence: Communication, fulfilling commitments, recognizing and expanding professional limits, investing in your profession and society, affirmation of co-workers, celebrating your work and protecting your personal life.
Topics will include:
- The basis for codes of engineering ethics and their limitations
- Main principles underlying most codes of engineering ethics
- Understanding ethics in terms of human interactions
- The many needs met through work
- A key principle for handling all human interactions
- Techniques for improving your communication skills
- Strategies for improving your time management skills
- Ways to enhance your experience of work—and that of the people around you
Earn 0.2 CEUs and 2 PDHs as you learn the foundational principles and practices of professional ethics and excellence:
Who Should Attend
This course is designed for engineers and managers across all sectors who want to better understand engineering ethics and develop the skills that lead to professional excellence. Whether you’re new to engineering or a seasoned veteran, you’ll gain insight and tools you can immediately put into practice in your workplace to raise the ethics bar and achieve the highest professional standards in engineering.
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