Introduction to Ethical Issues and Revisions of the CRCC Code

Overview: 

Professionals in human services have a responsibility to their clients to maintain a high standard of ethics in their practice. This course will cover basic concepts about ethics, the function of ethical guidelines, and how these guidelines can help professionals recognize ethical issues when they encounter them.  Whether you are a seasoned CRC professional or newer to the Rehabilitation field, you need to know about the CRCC revisions that were established in 2010. The second part of this course will help the practitioner identify key changes that are significant in the field.

Upon completion of this training, participants will be able to:

·       Explain why ethics are important in the field of human service

·       Make distinctions between the terms ethics, morals and values

·       Identify the basic values and the six underlying principles of ethics recognized by CRCC.

·       Identify the primary changes in the CRCC code of ethical standards for 2010.

·       Effectively access the standards of the CRCC code of Ethics as a resource in their practice.

When: 
October 3-31, 2011
Location: 
Online

Registration closed for this event

Contact Name: 
Drew Glazier
Contact E-mail: 
andrew.glazier@umb.edu
Contact Phone: 
617-287-4337
Cost: 
$25.00

Presented by:  Rick Kugler, MS, CPRP, Institute for Community Inclusion

Sponsored by: The Technical Assistance & Continuing Education Center (TACE)

CRC Credits:

6 hours of CRC credit are available to participants who complete all of the required activities of this online workshop.

We are in the process of revamping our online payment system and currently cannot accept credit cards via the website. Please select "Pay by check" under payment options, and mail your registration with a check made out to "Institute for Community Inclusion", money order, or credit card information (Card number, expiration and three digit verification code)

to:

Drew Glazier
Institute for Community Inclusion
University of Massachusetts/Boston
100 Morrissey Boulevard
Boston, MA 02125

Instruction Model: 

This workshop will be available for one month, and should take about six hours to complete. Included are a variety of formats: readings, presentations, discussion forums, videos, professional development activities, and assignments. Instructors will be available on a regular basis throughout the month to answer questions and give feedback.
Once You Register:

Instructions for accessing online courses are emailed, usually around a week before the course start date.

Registration Form (MS Word):