Ethical Production of Goods and Services
Your upfront cost: $0
- 19 Sep 2022
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On completion of this course students should be able to achieve the following learning outcomes:
1. Critically reflect on personal attitudes, convictions and practices and how individuals can be potential agents of positive change.
2. Apply one or more ethical frameworks which can be used to improve decision-making in businesses, including the assessment of modern slavery issues.
3. Analyse the interconnections between the economic, social, political and ecological spheres of human activity.
- Examining the reporting, acknowledging and managing modern slavery in and around the workplace as it relates to the production of services and goods and the ethical responsibility of organisations.
In order to enrol in this subject, you must be accepted into one of the following degrees:
No additional requirements
This course outlines the context for reporting, acknowledging and managing modern slavery in and around the workplace as it relates to the production of services and goods and the ethical responsibility of organisations. The course examines the UN mandate and the legislative framework within Australia. As identified through a range of public inquiries, modern slavery occurs within Australia. The realities of globalisation makes it inevitable that every country will also be exposed to the risk of modern slavery through the products it imports and the services it may utilise. It is necessary for modern policy-makers, businesses, and consumers to be aware of the risks and responsibilities. This course will examine strategies that may be adopted to mitigate these risks and act upon the responsibilities at an individual and organisational level.
100% Continuous assessment comprising: - Written report - Written essay - Written action plan
- Continuous assessment (100%)
Current study term: 18 Sep 22 to 07 Nov 22
Textbooks are not required.