esri has launched a new online ethics training program, which is aimed at helping those looking to start careers online.ESRI will teach the training, which will be available from September 23.
It will cover subjects such as: ethical standards, ethical code, ethical responsibilities, ethical practices, and ethics compliance.
The training will help those wanting to enter the online legal profession.
It will also give a more in-depth look into ethics, including ethical standards and ethical responsibilities.
“Ethical standards are the core of ethical business and it’s critical that we have the right set of ethical standards in order to do the work we do to protect the public,” ESRI Chief Executive Officer, Alex Davenport, said.
“This is an opportunity for people to gain a deeper understanding of the principles and ethics of our industry.”
The training comes as a result of ESRI’s engagement with a group of leading academics and organisations around ethics.
This group will be the first to have access to the training.
“The first-ever ethics training for an online company will be provided by one of the world’s leading academic and ethical organisations,” said Daven, adding that it was important that ethics was an area that people looked to learn more about.
“For years, people have been questioning whether ethical standards are good enough to lead to ethical practice, so we are providing the first ever ethics training at esr.com.”
He added that the training was part of ESri’s ongoing effort to address ethical issues in the industry, which has a “critical” impact on our society.
The new training comes after a recent spate of ethical incidents.
Last month, a group at Harvard University’s Centre for Global Ethics, which was established in 2007 to “challenge conventional wisdom and the dominant discourse of ethics” said that a number of ethics training videos used in the US had “a clear tendency to misrepresent” ethics, and criticised them as a “misleading, misleading and inaccurate way of thinking”.ESRI said that the Harvard group had been the first academic to have the training available online, and it was the first organisation to provide it.
“We’ve heard from people who say they feel that the ethics lessons in the video are a useful reminder of ethical principles and ethical practice,” said Mr Daven-port.
ESRI is one of more than 400 universities that offer ethics training through its online course.
The training includes practical exercises that can be used to help students understand ethical principles, including the ethical responsibilities and responsibilities of individuals.