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Course Details
Course Title:Ethics in Advocacy
Start Date:09/01/2015
End Date:09/01/2015
Course Time:8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Course Number:520-15-27A
City:Pensacola
Tuition:Free
Course Location: This course will be held at the Baptist Medical Park, Azalea Room, 9400 University Parkway, Pensacola, Florida 32514.
Course Description:
An advocate's ethical foundation is based upon life experience and the standards set for by their agency or organization. This foundation is the basis for our work as advocates to improve the rights and services for victims of crime. To be effective, an advocate must adopt and model a strong set of ethical standards. Participants will be exposed to the different ethical dilemmas that advocates face in victim services and will be able to glean information that will assist them in developing their ethical standards.


***ALERT: THIS IS A FOUR HOUR TRAINING***

Instructor:
Beth Rossman, H& R Consultants