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Ethics for Professional Engineers

Overview:

Are you ready to elevate your engineering career to new heights? Join us for an exciting and enlightening class on Ethics for Professional Engineers! This course is designed for engineers seeking to keep their credentials up to date.
In this dynamic webinar, you'll explore the fundamental principles of ethical conduct that guide the engineering profession. Gain valuable insights into the ethical dilemmas and challenges faced by engineers in today's complex world.

Course Objectives

  1. Understand the importance of ethics in engineering and its impact on society.
  2. Explore real-world case studies and ethical scenarios relevant to engineering practice.
  3. Learn how to navigate ethical decision-making processes and uphold professional integrity.
  4. Discover strategies for resolving ethical conflicts and dilemmas in the workplace.
  5. Enhance your ethical reasoning skills and ethical leadership abilities.

Understand the importance of ethics in engineering and its impact on society. Explore real-world case studies and ethical scenarios relevant to engineering practice. Learn how to navigate ethical decision-making processes and uphold professional integrity. Discover strategies for resolving ethical conflicts and dilemmas in the workplace. Enhance your ethical reasoning skills and ethical leadership abilities.
Don't miss this opportunity to deepen your understanding of ethics and become a more ethical and responsible engineer. Enroll now and embark on a transformative journey toward ethical leadership in engineering!
The webinar will be recorded and available for three weeks after the live presentation on May 15. This webinar is worth 1.0 PDH and ASNE members can get credit for these hours for free! Non-members can pay $40.
Please complete this PDH Request Form and email it to education@navalengineers.org to receive credit.

 

 

 

Date & Time: May 15th, 2024; 1300-1400 ET (Presentation with live Q&A discussion)
Audience: All engineers, program managers, and students interested in ethical engineering. Virtual Course Format: This presentation and discussion will occur in Microsoft Teams. If you do not have Teams, you will be able to view this event in your browser.
Enrollment Fee: FREE!
Professional Development Hours: 1.00 Hour (free for ASNE Members or $40 for nonmembers. Please use the ASNE PDH form and send it to education@navalengineers.org.) Questions: Please email education@navalengineers.org or call ASNE HQ at (703) 836-6727.

 

Presenter's Biography

Mr. Scott Henry

Mr. Scott Henry currently serves as the new construction ESB class Ship Design Manager with NAVSEA 05D. Since joining government service in 2018, He has held several roles with the T-AGOS and ESB programs. Prior to joining government service, he held numerous roles of naval architecture and project management for CSRA, CSC, Metro Machine and ABS.


Mr. Scott Henry became a licensed Professional Engineer (PE) in 2002. He received his Bachelor of Science in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering from Webb Institute and a Master’s in Business Administration from College of William and Mary.



 

Professional Development Hours

If you registered for this webinar, you can complete and email the ASNE PDH form (Word version) then send it to education@navalengineers.org to receive a certificate.

 

Questions, comments, suggestions? Email us at education@navalengineers.org