Education comes in many forms. I have taught ethics in professional settings and in institutions of higher education (universities and TAFEs).
All adults (and perhaps this is the definition of being an adult) have a value system. Things they believe are right, things they believe are wrong. Some say that ethics education is simply making people aware of what their value system is.
This awareness then makes it possible for people to examine their values for consistency, coherency, and constancy. Do your values contradict each other? Do your values make sense? Have your values remained the same over time?
The ethics education I offer comes in three flavours: Individual consultations, workshops, and seminars.
Some people find it more fruitful to engage in the educational process one on one. They find that they can explore ideas, concepts, and lines of inquiry without having to sit through what the educator (or worse, the majority) thinks ought to be covered. They find it less intimidating. These are individually tailored and negotiated.
See my separate page at Individualized Education for more details.
See my separate page at: Workshops for details on what happens in a workshop and how to arrange for me to give one.
See my separate page at: Seminars for details on what happens in a workshop and how to arrange for me to give one.