Lessons Learned has developed a wide range of materials for training on workplace ethics issues and has delivered classroom-based and e-learning programmes on related topics to both private and public sector institutions. Issues of compliance with codes of conduct and code of ethics are, for many people, difficult topics that can raise a number of problematic issues, including potential conflicts between individuals’ personal beliefs and values and the behavioural standards and norms with which they are expected to comply in their work. Our training methods have proven effective in enabling diverse groups with widely different backgrounds and experiences to feel comfortable discussing such issues and learning about their legal rights and responsibilities, both at work and outside it.
We make full use of media-rich materials including video case studies and computer-based quizzes and activities to stimulate discussion around key issues. Click above to view an example of a video case study activity. In this case, the issue is discrimination. The activity comprises a series of short videoed pieces in which different individuals describe different events and seek an opinion from the training audience with regard to whether or not what has happened is lawful and/or acceptable. The purpose of the activity is to raise participants’ awareness and understanding of what constitutes discrimination and of the potential effects of discrimination on those individuals who experience it. The videoed pieces can be used as part of a facilitated group discussion exercise, and they can also be linked to computer-based question and answer routines and used as an e-learning activity.
Call us on +44 (0)1531 630110 to find out more about this type of training and how it might be used for training in your organization.