Ethics and Integrity

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20

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This module will help you understand the meaning of ethics and integrity both personally and in the context of the wider community. You will reflect on your principles and beliefs regarding appropriate and inappropriate behaviours within your organisation and recognise your organisation's commitment to promoting strong and resilient teams.

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Ethics and Integrity
Ethics and Integrity
Ethics and Integrity
Ethics and Integrity

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After completing module 1, you’ll be able to:

  • Explain the meanings of ethics and integrity;
  • Use the concepts of ethics and integrity to reflect on your behaviour, both personally and in the context of the wider community;
  • Identify, analyse, and act on inappropriate behaviour;
  • Examine typical resources and policies related to ethics and integrity.

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