On Demand: Ethics Case of the Year

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The Ethics Committee of the American Institute of Certified Planners has developed a "Case of The Year" for use in ethics training. The 2015–2016 case was crafted from the compliled expertise and experience of Ethics Committee members and represents a real world approach to ethics training. 

The session explores the ethical dilemmas, issues, and duties of planners in a fictional town where a major national retailer has applied to construct a big box discount store.

You'll learn about:

  • Content within the AICP Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct
  • How to apply ethical principles of planning to real world ethical scenarios
  • Procedures under the Code of Ethics

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Your viewing access to this product is for 6 months after the point at which you first activate the product for viewing.



About the Speaker

Philip Farrington
Philip Farrington, AICP is a former AICP Commissioner elected to serve Region V - a 15-state area covering much of the western U.S. He is urrently serving on the AICP Ethics Committee and is a former chair and juror on the AICP Student Awards Committee. He has organized, presented, and served as on panels for ethics trainings at state and local planning conferences. Phil is a past president, vice-president, and two-term director of the Oregon APA Chapter board, and served as secretary for the San Antonio Section of the Texas APA Chapter. His professional planning work over more than 25 years has been in the public, private and non-profit sectors in various capacities in Texas and Oregon. Currently he serves as Director of Planning & Real Estate Development for CDC Management Corp., a private family-owned real estate business, providing strategic, business and land use planning and real estate development services. Phil has previously served as a planner for private, public and non-profit sector organizations, as an adjunct professor in land use policy at the University of Oregon, and a frequent guest lecturer at the UO and other universities. He is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin with degrees in Geography (BA) and Community and Regional Planning (MS). As a native of New Orleans, he knows his way around a good plate of food.