The IBE offers one-day courses & masterclass workshops exploring business ethics and good practice for corporate ethics programmes, as well as an e-learning option
IBE Courses and Masterclasses explore business ethics and good practice for corporate ethics programmes. We also offer an e-learning option. Participants are encouraged to share their views and learn from each other’s experiences in a friendly atmosphere facilitated by senior IBE staff or experienced external experts.
Practical tools for education and training can be found in the Resources
section. Ethical dilemmas and case studies are also available to download from our Education
Core Ethics Courses
Our core courses have been designed to progressively build participants' understanding of business ethics and how ethical values can effectively be embedded into business practice. We recommend attending each in turn, either separately, or, new for 2012, in a consecutive block.
Wednesday 18th September 2013, 09:30 - 16:30
What business ethics means, why an ethical culture is important and how ethical commitments are made to work in companies and other organisations. Useful to ethics practitioners wanting to update their knowledge as well as those new to the role.
Thursday 19th September 2013, 09:30 - 16:30
Builds on Course 1 and examines what makes an effective ethics code and programme.
Wednesday 20th November 2013, 09:30 - 15:30
Monitoring, assurance and reporting of ethical performance. For more experienced ethics practitioners, or those who have attended Course 2.
Cost of each course (including a light lunch):
||Two or more courses booked at the same time |
||£200 per delegate
||£175 per course |
||£175 per delegate
||£150 per course |
All these courses take place at the IBE’s premises:
24 Greencoat Place
London SW1P 1BE
On-line Training and E-Learning Tool - Understanding Business Ethics
The IBE has developed a short introductory training course, designed to raise awareness of what business ethics is about and why ethical standards in the workplace matter. It also helps staff understand and resolve their own ethical dilemmas.
For more information
see our E-learning page here>>