Ethics Workshop – Board Exam Preparation Specifically From The IO Psychologist Perspective

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Description

SIOPSA Pretoria Regional Branch invites you to attend:

ETHICS WORKSHOP – BOARD EXAM PREPARATION SPECIFICALLY FROM THE IO-PSYCHOLOGIST PERSPECTIVE

Date: 24 and 25 May 2018

Venue: UNIVERSITY OF PRETORIA LEADERSHIP VENUE

SIOPSA PRETORIA REGIONAL BRANCH INVITES YOU TO AN OPPORTUNITY
TO LEARN AND NETWORK WITH FELLOW EMERGING PROFESSIONALS AT OUR ETHICS WORKSHOP – BOARD EXAM PREPARATION SPECIFICALLY FROM THE IO-PSYCHOLOGIST PERSPECTIVE.

Topic:

Relevance to the Emerging Psychologists (IOP Interns):
• The workshop will allow you to craft your own ethical decision-making framework and will allow you to explore and articulate your decisions in a way that considers legal, ethical and best practice principles in the field of IO-psychology
• 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

Relevance to the Supervising IO-Psychologists:
• Currently, there are Board Exam preparation sessions being offered to Intern Psychologists, but they are not specifically focused on the field of Industrial Psychology.
• SIOPSA considers the Supervising Psychologist a critical stakeholder in governing ethical practice during an internship, and thus considers this workshop to be an integral part of an intern’s preparation when working as an independent Industrial Psychologist one day
• This workshop is open to Supervisors if they would like to explore the current ethical frameworks their future interns need to account for.  Alternatively, Supervisors or Supervising Organisations are welcome to sponsor this event for their intern IO-psychologist/s.

Guest speaker: Louise Coetzee, Alice Slabbert and Francois De Wet.

Louise Coetzee 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 addressing ethical conundrums.

Alice Slabbert 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. During the workshop, she will focus on creating a space for creative and courageous thinking – when addressing ethical challenges based on her IO-foundation of knowledge and consulting experiences.

Francois De Wet is the Chairperson of the SIOPSA Pretoria Chapter and has also lectured in Strategic Human Resource Management for MCom students. During the workshop, he will discuss his attained array of skills and ethical challenges experienced in the field of assessments and general business practices.  He has a pragmatic approach to problem-solving and enjoys integrating IOP practice into businesses with a bigger-picture approach in mind, whilst applying his ethical stance consistently.

 

No CPD points will be awarded for attending this event
Programme

Agenda:
Day 1

15:30 – 16:00pm

Registration
16:00 – 19:30pm Day 1 Part 1 – Ethical Theory and Ethical Case Reviews
19:30 – 19:45pm Short Break (Tea, Coffee, Juice and Continental Platters)

*Specific Dietary requirements to be communicated to SIOPSA PTA

19:45 – 21:00pm* Day 1 Part 2 – Applying Ethics in the Profession

Q & A session to ensure knowledge transfer

Day 2

15:30 – 16:00pm

Registration
16:00 – 19:30pm Day 2 Part 1 – Group Work Ethics Debate

Day 2 Part 2 – Business Models, HR Practices, and useful answering strategies

19:30 – 19:45pm Short Break (Tea, Coffee, Juice and Continental Platters)

*Specific Dietary requirements to be communicated to SIOPSA PTA

19:45 – 21:00pm* Day 2 Part 3 – Ethics Case Studies

Q & A session to ensure knowledge transfer

Costs: To cover costs we need to charge a nominal fee
SIOPSA members R 650.00
Non-SIOPSA members R 650.00
SIOPSA Students R 650.00
Emerging psychologists R 650.00
Late bookings/No bookings Will be expected to complete a registration form and sign the signature list.

 

You do not need to be a member of SIOPSA to register for this workshop. Attend as a GUEST, or even better, why don’t you sign up for membership

 

Event Details

Start date: May 24, 2018

End date: May 25, 2018

Start time: 15:30 p.m.

End time: 21:00 p.m.

Venue: UNIVERSITY OF PRETORIA LEADERSHIP VENUE

Phone:

Email: info@siopsa.org.za