Finance and audit professionals carry a heavy burden when it comes to workplace ethics. With a direct line of sight into the financials of an organization and with access to the books that serve as the basis for reporting, it’s no wonder that integrity and ethical conduct are cornerstones of the profession. This course explores the issues related to ethics for finance and audit professionals with a particular and specific focus on issues in public sector workplaces. From attestations to disclosing wrongdoing and even ethical considerations in your daily interactions with coworkers, this hands-on course covers a wide range of relevant topics and practical examples of ethical issues public sector finance professionals could face in their careers.
Additional dates and languages may be announced throughout the year. Refunds or transfers will be accepted up to 48 hours before the course. No-shows or cancellations within 48 hours of the course will not be refunded.
Got 12 or more people in your team, branch or department interested in a course? We’re happy to add additional cohorts just for your team. We can customize the material with examples from your department and work with you to find the best possible date. Contact Joe Boughner (email@example.com) to learn more!
Grant Boland is a Labour Relations Advisor at ACFO-ACAF and has a background in conflict management and dispute resolution. He brings more than 15 years of experience with ACFO-ACAF to the table and has helped countless members navigate ethical issues and disputes in the workplace.
Danielle Viel is also a Labour Relations Advisor at ACFO-ACAF, having spent more than 10 years helping members with their cases and concerns. Prior to joining the team, Danielle articled at Borden Ladner Gervais LLP and holds a law degree from the University of Ottawa and a degree in commerce from Laurentian University.