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Ethics for EngineersThe Institution of Engineering and Technology - IET
Ethics for Engineers
Being a professional engineer involves more than having a technical understanding of your field. As a good professional, you take a broad view of your work, including its social and environmental context, and take personal responsibility for your decisions and their effects on others.
- If you help build a technology that is then used by others in questionable ways – are you responsible?
- What should you do if you suspect a colleague to be working outside the bounds of their competence?
- If there is a conflict of interest between your voluntary and professional roles, how should you act?
This course provides you with the expertise to deal with these – and many other – ethical dilemmas. It means you can meet the public’s expectations of you as a professional, stepping up to crucial decisions and making them for the good of society.
Suitability - Who should attend?
Engineers and technicians at any stage in their career, who want to make ethical decisions and assert their ethical principles in discussions with stakeholders.
The Institution of Engineering and Technology
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