Programme: Ethics for Teachers
Course Code: 2102
Duration: 10 weeks
Study Method: Distance self-learning
Estimated workload: 40 hours
The course is intended for teachers and/or researchers in Higher Education Institutions (HEI) and helps them to recognize, understand and address ethical issues on personal, institutional and professional levels.
For more information, please consult the Course Webpage.
Registration, Payment and Access
Details of payment, access and passwords are provided upon receipt of the registration fees to be submitted upon confirmed registration.
Consortium institutional members benefit special conditions on the additional fees for their teaching staff and supervisors who are automatically individual members of the Consortium.
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The Ethics and Governance in Higher Education Training course for Administrators (EHE-ETC1) is designed to train top management in HEI around the world on various aspects of organisational ethics. It is the first of the series on Ethics in Higher Education (EHE) which aims at promoting ethical practices among HEI senior management and staff, in line with UNESCO Education Framework 2030.
The course is organised as a 2-day workshop onsite, and conducted by our Globethics Academy certified ethics trainers with track records in management experience and leadership in the education and/or public sector.
Teaching method and duration
Participants will participate to the class discussion, mock presentation on case studies related to issues in ethics and governance. The total duration is estimated at 20 hours on site and 20 hours of individual work.
Registration and enrollment
User access and password are provided upon receipt of the registration form with your contact details using this link. Enrolled students can download the material to do their individual work and upload them online before class starts. They can interact with the assigned trainer for the specific module after the seminar for clarification.
It is recommended to have face-to-face workshops or webinars if the conditions are met.
Certificate of completion and credit transfer
A Certificate of completion is issued by the Globethics Academy (GEA) for participants who have completed the course.
The Capstone Project
Professionals who wish to be certified as a certified ethics professional may opt to do a Capstone Project in a form of a dissertation which allows 3 US (or 4.5 ECTS) credits.
These credits can be integrated to the selected academic programmes displayed on our GE Open Learning platform (GOAL), offered by the Consortium institutional members, who are the diploma issuers.
The list of online programmes will be available on GOAL by January 2018.
Ownership and intellectual property rights
The modules in this course are owned by Globethics Academy under certain reserves.
The Responsible Leadership Online Course offers 14 lectures in English language.
There are over 10 hours of video materials exploring the topic of Responsible Leadership from a global and contextual perspective from all the continents.
Global and contexual values in responsible leadership
Prof. Dr Christoph Stückelberger - Global
Consumer rights, protections and legal remedies
Prof. Dr Liu Baocheng - China
Responsible leadership and gender ethics
Prof. Dr Siti Syamsiyatun - Indonesia
Prof. Paulachan Kochapilly – India
Ethics in public administration
Prof. Alexander Ageev – Russia
Dr. h.c. Walter Fust – Europe
Tayfun Zaman - Turkey
Corruption, transparence and peace
Dr Elisabeth Nduku – Eastern Africa
Responsible leadership of young leaders
Angèle Kalouché Biao – Francophone Africa
Ethics in higher education
Prof. Dr Divya Singh – Southern Africa
Bioethics and research ethics
Prof. Dr Florencia Luna – South America
Prof. Dr Heidi Hadsell – North America
Ethics for public officials
Ethics of Public Officials - Dr Joan Dubinsky – Global/United Nations
Interdependence between sectors of responsible leadership
Prof. Dr Christoph Stückelberger – Global
Youth in Asia Training for Religious Amity A Move-Ment Towards a Pilgrimage of Justice and Peace YATRA (Youth in Asia Training for Religious Amity) is a highly successful interreligious training programme launched by the World Council of Churches (WCC) in 2014 following the 10th General Assembly of the WCC held in Busan, Republic of Korea. The choice of name for this programme – YATRA – (which is a common term for pilgrimage in many Indo-Asian religions and languages) is intended to reflect the idea of a pilgrimage of justice and peace. It is an intensive training course to equip young Christians from Asia between the ages of 20 to 35 to build up communities of harmony and hope from an interreligious perspective.
The World Council of Churches pursues with GETI 2018 the goal to enhance an intentional ecumenical formation on global level and in accompaniment of its major ecumenical events.
The World Mission Conference in Arusha, Tanzania, will offer a unique opportunity for an academic, spiritual and contextual engagement with a key thematic area in the ecumenical movement. The study programme also aims at contributing to the diversity of ecumenical formation offers and to enhance an international collaboration between leading theological institutions thereon.