Ethical Practice in Social Media, Internet - English - ProSolutions Training
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Ethical Practice in the World of Social Media and Internet Communication
language English

Course Learning Objectives

After completing this course, you will be able to:
  • Define ethics, internet ethics, social media, and internet communication
  • Identify aspects of your personal and professional online presence and how they may affect your work with children, youth and families served
  • Identify the benefits and challenges of responsible use of social media and internet communications
  • Identify and apply best practice guidelines in the use of social media and internet communication that promote the greater good

Includes:

schedule 1 Hour
star_outline 0.10 CEUs
computer 1 year unlimited access
verified_user Certificate of completion
face Early childhood training approval

Description

Human services professionals work in a field that is broadly defined and includes such fields as social work/social services, welfare and public assistance services, counseling and guidance, and related vocations. Professionals in this field are often required to help clients make life-altering decisions. The help that is provided to clients is grounded within the context of a code of ethics that shape the values, principles, and behavior of practitioners.

This course explores the impact of social media and internet communication on information gathering, sharing, and the building of connections within the context of ethical guidelines and principles. The code of ethics remains the template for ethical decision-making even as professionals increase their use of internet tools and programs.

Not all courses are approved for early care and education in every state. Please check State and CEU Approvals page for details.