Through implementation, cultivation and accumulation of the “Root-laying programs in corporate ethic education”, Sinyi founded the “Chinese Business Ethics Education Association” to launch hands-on promotion of corporate ethics education in 2009. With dedicated participation from enthusiasts in education, academic and entrepreneurial fields, such powers have been multiplied into formidable momentum. On an annual basis, we further sponsor “Corporate Ethics Education Seminar” to promote the hands-on experiences accumulated by the dedicated teachers and their efforts. So far, we have set up an integrated ethic platforms. Thanks to such sound efforts, people in the academic field will get easy channels to obtain the information, contents of teaching program and the ethnic concept they need and have the bumper crop so yielded so-shared by all. In turn, the sound concept of ethnics may be profoundly implanted into the mind of school students.Learn more
National Business Ethics Teachers Summer and Winter Training Camps
Each year, we hold national teachers’ camps on business ethics, taking an interactive and shared approach to education in order to stimulate innovation in the teaching of business ethics in Taiwan. In 2020, a total of 103 teachers participated in the winter and summer camps. Since 2013, more than 600 person times joined.
National Intercollegiate Ethics Case Study Analysis and Microfilm Contest
An innovative way to attract young students, we have organized micro-film competitions, workshops and seminars since 2011. Through the pre-competition workshop courses and the micro-film shooting process, students can understand the business ethical concepts, how it works in daily life, and reflecting during the process.
In 2020, CBEEA worked with Sinyi Culture Foundation and Ming Chuan University to hold “2020 The 10th National Intercollegiate Ethics Case Study Analysis and Microfilm Contest”. In response to the current epidemic and same threat the whole world facing together, the theme of the year's competition is "Cross-Cultural Ethics". A total of 201 teams joined the contest, concluding 964 students.