New Ethics Training in Forensic Science Among Offerings Announced for 2016

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Forensic Foundations Group seeks to change the conversation about ethics and integrity in forensic science.

In reality, people are far more likely to cheat or engage in highly unethical behavior because they are mentally and emotionally exhausted.

The Forensic Foundations Group has announced the release of its 2016 catalog of professional training courses for forensic science professionals.

Among the highly respected training workshops taught by the company's president, John M. Collins Jr., is a new course on Professional Ethics and Integrity.

While Collins says he is excited to include ethics in his lineup, he is also eager to change how his students think about their own professionalism and ability to resist dangerous temptations.

"Our society prefers to blame bad actions on bad actors, mainly because it's easier," Collins explains while speaking about the causes of failure in professional work environments. "In reality, people are far more likely to cheat or engage in highly unethical behavior because they are mentally and emotionally exhausted. So the key to staying ethical and grounded is to focus on staying fresh and strong. That means dealing head-on with stresses and pressures that will tend to weaken people over time."

The Forensic Foundations Group is located near Lansing, Michigan and is a leading innovator of educational workshops for forensic science professionals in the United States. The company's 2016 workshop catalog can be found at:

http://forensicfoundations.com/schools

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