Ethics in Counseling
Ethics in Counseling is a one week autonomous elearning course through self-paced learning which requires a 6 hour overall time commitment. This one-week course is designed to educate consumers on the importance of ethical decision making in the Housing Industry. Ethics is the moral principal that governs person’s behavior or conducting of activities. As part of the HUD-approved process, HCA must meet the ethical standards required for using public funds. This course will have participants leaving with an understanding of the ethical responsibility of housing practitioners and HCAs. Discuss the HUD Housing Counseling standards and guidelines in detail. Deepen the conversation between the importance of conflict of interest and referring clients to other Housing professionals. Have a clear understanding of the importance of client disclosure forms. Lastly, recognize a framework of critical thinking to navigate through scenarios that may question the ethical portion of housing counseling programs.
When you register for this course, you receive:
- One week of online self-paced training materials and exercises
- Access to an experienced industry facilitator for guidance and feedback
- Resource manual broken down in an easy downloadable and/or printable format
- 24/7 access to online content
- Course accessibility for 30 days after your course end date
Non-refundable Registration Fee: $25.00
Scholarships are also offered with any of the eLearning courses.
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