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Ethics and Professional Practice (Mandatory) (Cat A)

This course takes an in-depth look at common ethics issues that registered migration agents encounter and explores ways of finding resolutions to those issues. (1 Cat A OMARA Point)

Description

This course takes an in-depth look at common ethics issues that registered migration agents encounter and explores ways of finding resolutions to those issues. Also included is the relationship between ethics and operating a professional practice, successfully incorporating ethics considerations into the day to day operations of a migration practice, and the role of ethics in various interactions we have with clients, peers and more.

 

Presenter

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Marianne Dickie is a migration industry veteran and academic, and the Immigration and complex caseworker for Senator Larissa Waters. She is currently undertaking a doctorate at USQ and is co-editor of the Lexis Nexis Immigration Review Bulletin As an academic, she regularly contributes to Senate inquiries, law reviews and public commentary.

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