This course explores ethics in context to inspections and investigations, decisions, behaviours, and situations that may arise in the profession of community care licensing. Learners will have an opportunity to discuss ethical principles, concepts, and theories. Using a variety of case studies and scenarios, learners will demonstrate ethical decision making and employ ethical prevention strategies. The course focuses on process dilemmas related to political neutrality, confidentiality, privacy, fairness and accountability, as well as issues related to good, just and legitimate public policy. It is designed to give the learner an appreciation of the importance of ethical behaviour in organizational settings, specifically in the field of community care licensing. (Formerly CCLO302) Textbook - none required.