Ethics Workshop Board Exam Preparation | SIOPSA

Ethics Workshop Board Exam Preparation

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Description

The SIOPSA Johannesburg regional branch invites you to engage and learn with fellow practitioners
REGION / BRANCH Johannesburg and Pretoria
EVENT TITLE Ethics Workshop – Board Exam Preparation specifically from the IO-Psychologist Perspective
EVENT DATE 01-Feb-20 EVENT TIME 08h00 – 18h00 (7.25 hours facilitated)
EVENT LOCATION Nedbank, 105 West Street, Sandown, Sandton, 2031.
BOOKINGS CLOSE 25-Jan-20
EVENT DESCRIPTION / BACKGROUND ON THE TOPIC We would like to invite all intern IO-Psychologists, registered for the Board Exams, to come and attend a preparation workshop with the intent of exploring one’s ethical conscience and uniting it with the Ethical Best Practices in IO-Psychology, as monitored by the Health Professions Council of South Africa and the South African Legislation.  This is also a workshop designed to better equip current IO-Psychology Interns with the knowledge and background to ethical scope and application of practice.
E V E N T    C O O R D I N A T O R     I N F O R M A T I O N 
COORDINATOR NAME Xander van Lill
COORDINATOR ORG SIOPSA
TELEPHONE (+27) 76 273 0212
“DAY OF” PHONE (+27) 76 273 0212
EMAIL siopsa.johannesburg@gmail.com 
ADD’L CONTACT NAME Talia Fisher ADD’L CONTACT EMAIL siopsa.johannesburg@gmail.com 
CONTACT PHONE 1 (+27) 82 850 5053 CONTACT PHONE 2
E V E N T    S C O P E
FACILITATOR Louise Coetzee & Alice Slabbert
INFORMATION  ON THE FACILITATOR Louise Coetzee: is an industrial psychologist who focussed on further understanding the discourses governing one’s expression of values across cultures.  She has functioned as the PTA SIOPSA Foundation Lead, lecturer in IO Psychology and HR-practices and consults in Assessment, Development and Psycho-legal practice.  During the workshop she will focus on translating theoretical ethical principles into practice through providing a rigorous exploration around one’s ethical foundations and experiences gained during the IO-internship, to ensure confidence is instilled when adressing ethical conundrums. 

Alice Slabbert: Is an industrial psychologist who has explored the reported system which governs expatriate experiences through acculturation in South Africa, and has extended her passion within the assessment and development field.  Alice is the SIOPSA Pretoria Branch’s representative for emerging psychologists, and has a vested interest in growing the IO Psychology fraternity with a strong foundation for the future.  Alice has lectured in IO-relevant statistics and is an Assessment and Development Specialist.  During the workshop she will focus on creating a space for creative and courageous thinking – when addressing ethical challenges based on her IO-fundation of knowledge and consulting experiences.

WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND Relevance to the Emerging Psychologists (IOP Interns). 

The intention of the workshop is to empower student and intern psychologists to apply what they have learned to the workplace with confidence. To this end, a work-booklet based on the workshop sessions will be received 2) The core knowledge of the workshop lies in the prescribed board exam material, which will be covered through in-depth theoretical sessions as well as ethical case studies that are provided for practice 3) The workshop will allow you to craft your own ethical decision-making framework and will allow you to explore how you can articulate your decision in a way that considers legal, ethical and best practice principles in the field of IO-psychology. 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND Emerging Psychologists, Intern Psychologists intending on writing the Board Exam
PRICING TABLE
MEMBERSHIP LEVEL PRICE
FULL MEMBER
EMERGING PSYCHOLOGIST R 650,00
STUDENT MEMBER R 650,00
GUEST
AFFILIATE MEMBER
MAX NO. OF PEOPLE VENUE CAN ACCOMMODATE 40
PROGRAM
TIME ITEM PARTY RESPONSIBLE
08h00 – 08h30 Registration
08h30 – 11h00 Part 1 – Ethical Theory and Ethical Case Reviews
11h00 – 11h15 Short Break (Tea, coffee, light snacks)
11h15 – 13h00 Part 2 – Applying Ethics in the Profession
Q & A session to ensure knowledge transfer
13h00 – 13h45 Lunch
14h00 – 16h30 Part 1 – Group 1 Group Work Ethics Debate
Part 2 – Business Models, HR Practices and useful answering strategies
16h30 – 16h45 Short Break
17h00 – 18h00 Part 3 – Ethics Case Studies
Q & A session to ensure knowledge transfer

Event Details

Start date: February 01, 2020

End date: February 01, 2020

Start time: 08:00 a.m.

End time: 06:00 p.m.

Venue: Nedbank, 105 West Street, Sandown, Sandton, 2031

Phone: 012 003 3322

Email: info@siopsa.org.za