Ethical Choices in Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling
April 6 - 10, 2020

Event Information

Registration Status: OPEN
Registration Ends: Monday, March 30, 2020

Presenter:  Peggy Hale

When:  April 6th -10th from 10 to 11 am central time

5 hours of CRC Credit in ethics earned with completion

Participant Fee: $199

This class is comprised of five one hour webinars including discussions around how the CRCC Code of Ethics provides foundation and boundaries for our professional life, and will provide practice monitoring and building a personal code in our practice.

            We will begin with a discussion of the origins of ethics and overview of the CRCC Code of Ethics. In the second session we will discuss the ethical role of the vocational rehabilitation counselor. Scenarios will be presented for discussion.  A study of ethical decision-making models will follow and the fourth and fifth sessions are planned to give you an opportunity to incorporate the information into your case work and practice the changes.  

Peggy Hale, Human Resource Development Specialist, serves as the BridgeWorks Coordinator. Peggy has worked as a rehabilitation counselor for more than ten years in general and transition caseloads. Her areas of expertise include counseling and transition. Peggy works with all the staff at CURRENTS to develop the most useful and cutting edge training for our customers. Her education includes a B.S. in Business Management earned at the University of Maryland and an M. S. from Mississippi State University in Rehabilitation Counseling. Peggy earned her CRC in 1997.

Objectives:

  1. Participants will learn how to apply the principles of the CRCC Code of Ethics in their work.

Participants will learn how to use a decision-making model to solve dilemmas.

 

This webinar will be held with Collaborate Ultra.

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Cancellation: To cancel your registration, send an email to currents@uacurrents.org. All registrants who have not cancelled at least 24 hours prior to class time will be invoiced.

Credit: Any credit for a class that you were unable to attend for unforseen circumstances must be used within one year of the date of the class.