15,000.00 Including Tax


 The Ethics, Values and Pro- Social Modelling Course Learning Sessions are in Three (3) Parts

PART 1: Learning Approach and Guidelines

PART 2: Course Curriculum:  Lessons

PART 3: Quizzes: Multiple and Single Choice Questions


Learning Approach

The Online Ethics, Values and Pro- Social Modelling Course is based on the following criteria:

  • This course is based on progressive learning principle levels and is divided into Readable Parts

  • Courses are assessment based.

  • Assessment methodology includes quizzes with answers.

  • Participants will not be able to access the quizzes until lessons have been taken

The content of this course is informed by Policies, Programs and Activities within Nigeria and its public sector.

This course consists of two (2) lessons and is based on the progressive learning approach:

  • Lesson 1: Introduction to Ethics, Values and Pro-Social Modelling

  • Lesson 2: Tipping Point, Triggers and Case Studies


  • Certificates are downloadable in PDF Format right after the completion of Programme final assessments. If you would like a hard copy of your certificate, please, contact Prime Skills for further discussions.

 Course Background

This Course will facilitate participant’s awareness of Ethics, Values and Pro- Social Modelling and also facilitate participants understanding of their roles and responsibilities to their Organisation for the purpose of achieving the Organisational mandates, goals and objectives.

This Course is for:

  • Public Servants of all Levels/Cadre who desire a change in the value system in their organisation work Ethics and Values.

  • Private Sector Employees

  • Business owners

Course Objectives:

  • To define the concept of ethics and values

  • To understand the concept of pro-social modelling

  • To understand the place of ethical values and pro-social modelling in the public service

  • To identify opportunities for change and how to harness them

  • To appreciate the influential role of pro-social modelling as an ethical re-orientation tool