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Engineering Ethics Short Course

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Engineering Ethics Short Course - Unit 1: Professionalism and Codes of Ethics   + £0.00
Engineering Ethics Short Course - Unit 2: Professional Integrity   + £0.00
Engineering Ethics Short Course - Unit 3: Sustainability   + £0.00
Engineering Ethics Short Course - Unit 4: Whistleblowing   + £0.00
Engineering Ethics Short Course - Final Assessment   + £0.00

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Engineering Ethics Short Course

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5 Hours
Course overview

This course offers a short introduction to ethics for professional engineers.

It covers four key areas in contemporary ethics of particular importance to members of the engineering profession: (i) Professionalism and Codes of Ethics, (ii) Professional Integrity, (iii) Sustainability, (iv) Whistleblowing.

Through interactive learning resources and practical case studies, this course will allow engineers to develop their ethical reasoning skills and equip them with the knowledge of ethics necessary to navigate a complex and changing working environment.

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Level Professional
Partner Details The University of Leeds is in in the top 10 universities in the UK, according to The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018 and was named University of the Year 2017 in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide. The University’s Faculty of Engineering is top 100 in the world for engineering and technology and coordinates their teaching with specialist staff from their National Centre for Inter-Disciplinary Ethics Applied (IDEA), which aims to help students, professionals and employees to identify, analyse and respond to the ethical issues they encounter in their disciplines and their working lives.
Type Course
What you will learn
• Understand key concepts and debates in contemporary engineering ethics.
• Apply key concepts and debates from ethics to contemporary issues in engineering.
• Assess the validity of ethical arguments made by others and formulate their own ethical arguments.
Who should learn
This course is for members of the engineering profession at all levels.
Units included in this course