[nfbwatlk] FW: Ethics for Rehabilitation Professionals

Nightingale, Noel Noel.Nightingale at ed.gov
Fri Jun 5 15:31:01 UTC 2009

From: Tammi Olson [mailto:tammio at u.washington.edu]
Sent: Thursday, June 04, 2009 9:02 PM
To: Nightingale, Noel
Subject: Ethics for Rehabilitation Professionals


Ethics for Rehabilitation Professionals


North Seattle Location:
CCER training room
6912 220th St. SW
Suite 101
Mountlake Terrace, WA

Portland Location:
Kinney room at the
Oregon Commission for the Blind
535 SE 12th Avenue
Portland, OR 97214

Spokane Location:
To be announced

All Sessions:
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Seattle   July 16, 2009
Portland July 16, 2009
Spokane   July 30, 2009

Basic Ethical Issues and the New CRC/CCRC Code for 2010

Unlock the mysteries of basic ethical issues in vocational rehabilitation practice and gain 10 Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) ethics credits at the same time.  For one day rehabilitation professionals will explore and discuss various areas of ethics, including the CRCC code, the five basic ethical principles, counselor needs and their affect on ethical practice, dual relationships and boundaries, values, culture, and the ethics of email and technology.  This workshop is highly interactive, and features group discussions, case studies, and role plays.

The Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification (CRCC) periodically reviews and updates its Code of Professional Ethics for Rehabilitation Counselors. The targeted effective date of the new CRC/CCRC Code is January 2010. Click here<http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102600207127&s=5091&e=001Or9M0e9tFXqPWFGQDukWBdv7Rk6zQoq_-ehY1waWqa5zJGeBfc8tGsG1n55yqlgwJsScjxEKJgV1OaONewDHqgIUVKdyF7_ADHjdq9RgcR6inTwWrZzuVxu1SMJMymyZyyYCdQM8HxYG9LA_swXrGOLZsriAVvkhD017ZvCLkqXn-pm_tNAwSA==> to download a draft of this code.  During this session we will highlight the major changes to the code.

Participants will receive 10 hours of CRC credits in ethics once they complete a homework assignment.  These one day sessions will be held in three locations.

Session details:

All course materials included
Morning coffee service and afternoon soda provided

Fee:  $50

Who Should Attend?

The class is targeted at rehabilitation professionals who need to update or renew their CRC ethics certification.

For More information about CRC credits, contact:

* Katie Cissell, Training Specialist
* e-mail - cissek at u.washington.edu<mailto:cissek at u.washington.edu>  * (425) 771-7425

For questions about registration, please contact:
- Tammi Olson
- e-mail - tammio at u.washington.edu<mailto:tammio at u.washington.edu> - (425) 771-7434

Center for Continuing Education in Rehabilitation
University of Washingon
6912 220th Street SW, Suite 105
Mountlake Terrace, Washington 98043
Contact tammio at u.washington.edu<mailto:tammio at u.washington.edu>  for more information or to register
425-774-4446  TTY: 425-771-7438

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