After completing this course, you will be able to:
- Recognize the importance of upholding ethical standards across the Corrosion Prevention and Control industry.
- Differentiate between ethics, morals, and values.
- Discuss how the Six Pillars of Character embody the ethical values of a professional.
- Explain why ethics is important within professional settings.
- Describe what an unethical decision is and how rationalizations are used to justify unethical decisions in a professional setting.
- Recognize the factors that can lead an individual to make an unethical decision.
- Identify types of unethical behavior seen when working in the corrosion industry.
- Explain what ethical dilemmas are, why they occur within professional environments, and the consequences of engaging in unethical behavior.
- Apply an ethical decision-making framework to solve ethical dilemmas.
Ethics for the Corrosion Professional is a requirement for certain AMPP Certifications. Ethics is central to the industries we serve and it is our goal to equip all card holders with tools and information they need to be successful in the field and avoid potential violations.
To satisfy this requirement, you must take the Ethics for the Corrosion Professional course or equivalent training. To read more on what an equivalent training must cover, click here to learn more.
This program has no prerequisites and is open to anyone who registers.
In 2020 the Certification Commission passed an Ethics Training Requirement for current and new certification holders, effective January 1, 2021
All certification and renewal applicants will be required to complete the AMPP ethics training program OR an equivalent training and provide proof of completion as part of the certification application or renewal process.
This training program meets the new AMPP certification requirement. Get more information.
To receive a training Certificate of Completion and professional development hours (PDHs), students must successfully pass the assessment with a 70% score.