Ethics and YOU

When:
April 21, 2021
Time:
08:00 AM - 09:00 AM
Location:
Virtual - Zoom
Details:

Have you ever thought about the impact of your actions? As a mechanic, how important are the actions you take? If shortcuts save you time and your employer money, how is that a bad thing? What is ethics, and how does it apply to your chosen career field? Come join us and hear about the tremendous importance YOU play in the safety of the traveling public and how the decisions you make in the workplace can have lasting impacts on your customers. Learn how to resolve ethical conflicts at work and hear how others have done the same.

Hosts

  • Prof. Josh Kimber
  • Prof. James Norton
  • Associate Dean Carla Pinto
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This event is part of the Michael J. Grimmé II Ethical Decision-Making Training Program and is made possible through the generosity of Michael J. and Pamela D. Grimmé.

Logo mashup of the following: BC South Campus, AHCD | Arts Humanities Communications Design, IMCT Pathway, Broward College Foundation
Event Tags:
Audience - Students Location - Virtual Type - Academic