Practical ethics for state government
Equip yourself with the skills to identify and manage conflicts of interest and be able to promote ethical behaviour in daily interactions. This half-day course is designed to help officers assess and respond to ethical dilemmas and understand core government values.
This interactive course challenges participants with ethical questions in various scenarios. You will work through individual and group activities relating to conflicts of interest, appropriate use of your position and recordkeeping. You will learn how to make ethical decisions that take into account key public sector values such as integrity, impartiality, accountability and transparency.
At the end of the course, you will be able to:
- identify ethical dilemmas
- consider conflicts of interest and other factors before making a decision
- promote an organisational culture that values high ethical standards.
Staff from Queensland government agencies can attend our practical and interactive training.
Open sessions are held in Brisbane and regional areas throughout the year, which enables agencies to send a small number of staff to training. If you have 10 or more staff who would like to attend training, group sessions are a more
Cost: $300 (+GST) per person, full catering included.
Upcoming open sessions
If you have 10 or more staff who would like to attend training, group sessions are a cost-effective option. Trainers may be able to tailor the training to meet your needs if adequate notice is provided. Additional costs may apply if extensive tailoring is required.
Cost: $3,000 + GST (per group, maximum of 25 in group).
Catering and venue are to be arranged by the booking organisation. No further costs are charged for travelling regionally. Pricing applies for both South East Queensland locations and regional Queensland locations.
To find out more information or make a booking, email or phone (07) 3005 7023.