|"Best Choices" Ethics Training -- Modules 1 to 4|
|"Best Choices" Ethics Training -- Modules 1 and 2 (September 30, 2017) and Modules 3 and 4 (October 28, 2017). |
Please note that you must be registered by the registration deadline, as both late and onsite registration will not be accepted.
Why is Ethics training important?
Professionals in the Early Care & Learning sector work with one of the most vulnerable groups in society – young children. The quality of the interactions between young children and their caregivers has a significant, enduring impact on children’s lives. The intimacy of the relationship and the potential that exists to do harm call for a commitment on the part of early childhood educators to the highest standards of ethical practice.
ECEBC recognizes its responsibility to promote ethical practices and attitudes on the part of Early Care & 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 One 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 the remaining ethics training modules in this series. This Module is a pre-requisite for Module Two.
Module Two 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 pre-requisite for Module Three.
For more information regarding Modules 3 and 4, please go to http://www.ecebc.ca/programs/ethics.html.
Please note that the workshop capacity is limited to 25 participants, so register early as spaces fill up quickly! The registration and payment deadline is Monday, September 18, 2017 at noon.
Cost: Thanks to sponsorship by New Caledonia College, the New Caledonia ECEBC Branch and ECEBC the cost is $40.00 per module for ECEBC provincial members, and $50.00 per module for non-members. Lunch is potluck.
Online registration will be available at www.ecebc.ca on the conference registration link. For manual registration forms, or for more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
||ECEBC professional development|
|Region: ||Cariboo - Prince George|
|From: ||September 30, 2017 - 9:00 am|
|To: ||October 28, 2017 - 4:00 pm|
|Location: ||College of New Caledonia (CNC ECE Room)|
| ||1-467 - 3330 22nd Avenue|
| ||Prince George, BC|
| ||Canada |
|Organizer: ||Christine Buttkus|
| ||604.709.6063 - email@example.com|