Provide an understanding of the more prominent new and modified Enforceable Standards of the new 2017 Code of Professional Ethics for Rehabilitation Counselors (Code).
This ethics course provides an overview of the CRCC Code of Professional Ethics for Rehabilitation Counselors new and revised Enforceable Standards. These standards are intended to assure the public that the rehabilitation counseling profession accepts its responsibility to provide caring, quality service to individuals with disabilities. All CRCs and CCRCs are bound to act in accordance with the CRCC Code of Professional Ethics for Rehabilitation Counselors (the Code). This new version of the Code is effective January 1, 2017.
Specifically, this course is composed of four units.
Unit 1, The CRCC Code of Ethics, explains the purpose, the need to periodically revise, and the process of revising the Code.
Unit 2, Section A to Section L, describes the structure of the Code, including the concept of Enforceable Standards. The more prominent new and modified Enforceable Standards in the new 2017 version of the Code are highlighted throughout this unit.
Unit 3, What Happens When the Code is Violated, explains the process of reporting and resolving Code violations.
Unit 4, Using the Code for Guidance, provides resources associated with the Code.
Linda Shaw, PhD, CRC (click here for Dr. Shaw's bio)
Jenipher S. Gaffney, PhD, CRC, LMHC (click here for Dr. Gaffney's bio)
Once case studies and corresponding knowledge checks are successfully completed, CE credit will be awarded.
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