Ethical Behaviour Training
Ethical Behaviour(Course content)
Accountants occupy a position of trust as they handle sensitive information of their clients, employers and society at large in their various roles. Ethical behaviour is therefore important to enhance confidence to all those who rely and make decisions based on their reports. It is important that they understand how they are expected to behave so they are not only ethical but are also seen to be ethical at all times. In this short training, we unpack the fundamental principles of ethical conduct with a focus on how personal and organisational ethics can also influence the conduct of an individual. We also highlight with specific real life examples the impacts of unethical behaviour and most importantly how to resolve an ethical dilemma.
Profile for Mr Khotso Mohlouoa, CA(L)
An experienced senior Lecturer at the Centre for Accounting Studies (CAS), vastly knowledgeable in issues of Governance with over 15 years of teaching experience. Areas of specialty also include Financial Reporting and Taxation. Has a successful track record of producing some of the school’s best results.
A member of the Lesotho Institute of Accountants (LIA) holding ACCA and CIPFA qualifications, who has worked in a number of renowned institutions in the country, being the Lesotho Revenue Authority (LRA) and the Institute of Development Management (IDM).