Engineering Ethics and Engineering Code of Conduct for Professional Engineers

This Sem-Train course caters to Licensed Professional Engineers who are interested in refreshing their understanding of some of the terms and concepts associated with the practice of engineering and the code of ethics and conduct professional engineers are expected to abide by. After defining some of the terms and concepts pertaining to the practice of engineering, the course segues into the rules of professional conduct. Three rules of professional conduct are reviewed. Each of the three rules of conduct and the terms and concepts associated with the practice of engineering are illustrated through multiple case studies. Some of these case studies are conducted in form of live classwork in which participants are encouraged to identify and discuss the most ethical courses of action based on the professional engineering rules of conduct.

Learning Objectives - Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be:

  • Refreshed on some of the important professional engineering terms, concepts and principles.
  • Refreshed on the three fundamental Codes of Ethics that apply to the practice of professional engineering.
  • Able to understand the essence and application of the three codes of ethic through multiple case studies.
  • Assess and reaffirm their comprehension of the professional engineering codes of ethic through multiples class work case studies and in-class discussion.

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New York
Monday, February 14, 2022
Start Time: 
12:00 p.m.
End Time: 
2:00 p.m.
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