"Creating a Moral Culture in Vocational Rehabilitation"
Date(s): April 2, 4 & 9,
Time: 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM Central
CRC Credit: 3
Class DescriptionThis is an ethics course and 3 ethics credits will be offered for it. This course will look at ethical principles and ethical behavior from the inside out. Participants will be encouraged to examine their own thinking about moral decision making, explore the relationship of the CRCC ethical principles to each other and to the daily decisions of working in VR, challenge their assumptions, and strengthen their ability to not only make ethical decisions but to act on them. Participation in this course will require participants to view videos on YouTube.com and to access the assessments at the Project Implicit website, https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/ If you are not able to access those sites from your work station, you will need to make arrangements to use a home computer, library, or other option for completing the assignments.
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Carri George is an organizational consultant with the University of Arkansas CURRENTS, providing training and technical assistance in the areas of independent living, transition and advocacy. She has worked in the field of independent living for more than 20 years as an advocate, executive director, writer, trainer and facilitator. A native Texan, Carri is a graduate of the College of William and Mary in Virginia and currently resides in Hot Springs, Arkansas. She is the mother of two college-age young people who are in the process of making the transition to adult roles.
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