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Situating Ethics in Professional Practice - Reflexivity in practice

Loss Adjusters operate in a complex environment, with many demands on their knowledge and personal resources. Remaining clear and objective in one’s professional practice is a challenge that Loss Adjusters are trained to meet. Loss Adjusters also operate within an ethical framework.

In this webinar, ethics are placed within professional practice and practical tools are suggested which will help Loss Adjusters reflect on and improve their practice.

NOTE: This webinar has been made available by the Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters (CILA) solely for the use and convenience of the viewer. The content, views and representations made in this presentation are the sole product and responsibility of the speakers who have produced it.

By making this presentation available the CILA does not offer any endorsement or recommendation of the views and opinions expressed therein. For a full explanation of the terms and conditions upon which the CILA provides this webinar please see our full disclaimer which available on the Institute website.
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