Ethics in national security NEW

National Security College | Professional course


Ethical principles underpin the Australian Public Service’s values and is integral to national security. This intensive program delves into the intricacies of ethical navigation within the sector. Through dynamic discussions and case studies, participants will develop a nuanced understanding of moral dilemmas and decision-making. This program will equip officials with ethical frameworks and practical tools to make principled judgements in complex situations, bolstering their capacity to safeguard national security while upholding the highest standards of integrity and accountability. The course is particularly useful for officials working in legal policy, governance and oversight roles as well as operational staff who need to understand the framework that underpins legal and human resource principles.

Participants are required to hold a minimum NV1 security clearance.

Course date: 
14 March 2024
National Security College, #132 Crawford Building, 1 Lennox Crossing, ANU

Cost per person (ex-GST): $1,300 for PAC Agencies; $1,560 for all others

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