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Ethics for the Land Use Professional
Tuesday, April 24, 2018
 

Do you need two hours of continuing education in Ethics to fulfill a license or certification that requires regular training in ethics?  Sign up now to take part in our two-hour ethics program geared toward those who work in the land use management and development professions and enjoy the good food and hospitality of the Common Man Concord.

Presenter:   Irene “Grace” Garvey, Abenaki Services and The CommonSpaceProject, Plymouth, NH

During this two hour-workshop, Grace Garvey will take us from the very basics of how to define professional ethics through a working knowledge and understanding of ethical concepts and their applications in your business.  The workshop discussion will include ways in which practicing under a code of ethics can help professionals work more effectively (and avoid potential pitfalls) with clients, fellow contractors, town officials and regulators.  More than just a nice idea, ethics should be a guiding force in your daily business as well as personal exchanges. A review of rules of behavior, legal definitions, general codes, and specific codes of ethics (GSDI and NHANRS for certified soil and wetland scientists) and other similar professional codes will be included. Small group exercises will be a part of this workshop: this will involve discussing specific scenarios which is sure to enliven the conversation.

 (This program will provide ethics education for certified or licensed professionals looking to take a two-hour ethics training program.)

Click here to register online with a credit card and our secure PayPal link.  You can also indicate that you will pay via check and send it in separately.

Click here to download a paper copy of the program flyer and registration form.

Cost:  $55 per person for members, employees, guests  $75 for non-members and guests

 
Location:
Common Man Concord
 
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