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In the dynamic landscape of planning, ethics emerges as an indispensable compass, guiding professionals through the complexities of decision-making. As societal expectations evolve, the imperative for ethical considerations in the planning profession becomes more pronounced than ever.
The PIBC webinar on "Ethics and Professionalism for Planners" delivers a straightforward informative session, which will let the audience gain a deeper understanding of the ethical foundations that guide effective planning practices. This webinar is for planning professionals and those seeking to become a professional planner, including planning students. The webinar offers an engaging learning experience:
- Delving into the ethical foundations that underpin effective planning practices. We will journey through ethical principles, understanding their role as a compass in complex decision-making scenarios.
- From practical applications to philosophical perspectives, the webinar explores the National Code of Ethics, emphasizing its role in shaping Canadian planning practices.
- Navigating contemporary ethical challenges faced by planners through real-life scenarios with engaging Q&A poll.
- Shedding light on the complaint filing process, emphasizing transparency by sharing a decade's worth of complaint data received by PIBC.
- Insights on staying informed about planning resources, supporting members ongoing professional development.
Patricia A. Maloney RPP, FCIP
Patricia Maloney Consulting
Vancouver Island University
PIBC Board of Directors (2019 - 2023)
PSB Board of Directors (2023 - Present)
James Stiver RPP, MCIP
Division Manager - Regional Land Use Policy, Metro Vancouver
PIBC Professional Conduct Review Committee Member
Alex B. Taylor RPP, MCIP
Team Lead, Public Space Partnerships & Projects, City of Vancouver
PIBC Professional Conduct Review Committee Chair
PIBC Board of Directors (2019 - 2025)
Date – Wednesday, December 6, 2023
Time – Noon to 1:30 pm PT
Cost – Free
Registration deadline – 4 pm PT, Tuesday, December 5, 2023
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