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Class 19 – Ethics

$75.00

Date & Time:
Saturday, October 29th, 2022: 8 am-9 am

This class is worth 1 CEU.

Free with 1 day class registration.

Instructor: Bonnie Brown Morse (Read Bio Below)

Class Description: Introduce the basic concept of ethics and ethical behavior. Allow students to work in small groups to problem solve ethical concerns in the locksmith industry. Encourage students to interact it each other.

Start: October 29, 2022
From: 8:00 am to 9:00 am
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Class 19 - Ethics #1

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$75.00

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Date & Time:
Saturday, October 29th, 2022: 8 am-9 am

This class is worth 1 CEU.

Free with 1 day class registration.

Instructor: Bonnie Brown Morse

About The Instructor: Bonnie Brown Morse currently works with her husband, who owns AAAA Key & Lock, San Marcos, Texas. She has been a registered locksmith in Texas since 2000. Bonnie has a long history of working in positions that require ‘teaching’ in many industries. She has a certification from the State of Texas as an Assisted Living Manager, a licensure from the State of Texas as a Nursing Home Administrator, a Master’s Degree from Texas State University, and a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Texas. Prior to working with AAAA Key & Lock, Bonnie spent six years in the management of Nursing Home/Assisted Living Facilities throughout Texas and six years as the owner and operator of a Residential Cleaning Service. She has served as Director, Associational Director, President, Vice-president, Treasurer, Editor, Ways and Means chairman, Service project chairman, and Devotional chairman in several organizations over the past fifty years. Bonnie has experience in adult, youth, and children leadership training and education with different types of organizations both in the public and private sectors.

Class Description: Introduce the basic concept of ethics and ethical behavior. Allow students to work in small groups to problem solve ethical concerns in the locksmith industry. Encourage students to interact it each other.

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