Professional Ethics for Public Practice
This two-hour course counts towards the mandatory two-hour per triennium Ethics requirement as per the CR 7 regulation.
By exploring the concept of ethics in your business and personal lives, you’ll acquire the knowledge and tools to enable you to deepen your ethical awareness and further develop your ethical judgement.
As part of the webinar, you will work through a range of exercises based on typical dilemmas faced by members in public practice as you revise the principles, threats to principles and key requirements of the Code of Ethics. This will assist you to make well informed ethical decisions and take appropriate actions when implementing an ethical culture and/or dealing with ethical dilemmas. This course has been tailored to suit a public practice audience.
This webinar will be recorded on the 31st August and the recorded version will be sent to you after this date.
Upon satisfactory completion of this webinar, you will be able to:
- Explain the importance of the Code of Ethics to the accounting profession.
- Understand the principles of the Code of Ethics.
- Outline the operation of the conceptual framework approach to upholding ethical principles.
- Identify personal biases and key influencers and how they impact on ethical decision making
- Identify common potential threats that may impact compliance with the principles.
- Question personal beliefs, motivations and attitudes and how they impact one’s ethics
- Apply ethical decision-making processes to identify ethical issues and actions when faced with ethical dilemmas.
- Understand the NOCLAR provisions.
What does ethical behaviour have to do with business success? Everything. Your reputation is your most valuable asset and behaving ethically, and in accordance with the Code of Ethics, is an essential element to maintaining and enhancing your reputation. Research has shown that the more often we are reminded of our ethical obligations the higher the likelihood we will respond appropriately when faced with an ethical dilemma. Join us for this recorded webinar, not to only meet your professional obligations, but to see that acting ethically can be a business changer.
Director – Nick Dangerfield & Associates Limited
Nick Dangerfield specialises in all aspects of corporate governance.
Nick is a highly motivated and enthusiastic consultant and senior manager with a great set of people, business, financial and leadership skills. Nick currently runs seminars on various aspects of corporate governance at both Massey and Victoria Universities, and is a sought-after and unique teacher because of his commitment to active learning and, his extensive experience in governance and management in both the social services and the corporate sectors.
A former General Manager of Elderly Care/Operations for Presbyterian Support Central, Nick was responsible for the management of 19 independent rest homes and hospitals in the lower North Island. He is also the former Executive Director and Financial Controller of one of our most successful export companies, the Interlock Group Limited - a multimillion-dollar, innovative, award-winning, New Zealand owned company.
Nick is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Institute of Directors. He is a former President of the Parkinsonism Society of New Zealand - a position he held for a number of years.
Topic: Ethics & Integrity
Format: Recorded Webinar
Proficiency Level: All
CPD: Upto 2 hours