CTO.E1 Contempory Ethics for Supported Employment Professionals
Staff of Supported Employment (SE) Programs experience ever-changing and unpredictable issues in the workforce that impact job-seekers and supported employees. SE professionals sometimes are challenged by competing viewpoints and influences, such as those from the worker, business, family or SE program manager. Without a solid foundation in the ethics of our profession, there can be a great temptation to rationalize ethical decisions in ways that lead to unintended, negative consequences.
This one-day training program will apply the APSE Ethical Guidelines and the Code of Professional Ethics for Rehabilitation Counselors to the difficult decision-making processes that SE professionals often face. Topics include cultivating business relationships while supporting the worker, offering accommodations with little-to-no experience with the disability, cutting corners to save time, navigating relationship boundaries, and confidentiality on social media. Strategies to manage common ethical dilemmas will be practiced using current case examples.
September 7, 2017
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
West Seneca, NY