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Posted on: April 20, 2016

[ARCHIVED] OEA Online Mandatory Ethics Training Registration-Navigation Guide

The Office of Ethics and Accountability (OEA) will be conducting countywide Online Mandatory Ethics Training to ensure County employees and designated officials are knowledgeable and comply with the requirements defined within the County’s Ethics Code and its Ethics & Accountability Code.
As such, the document is provided to assist individuals with both registering an user account as well as navigating the full presentation per each of the six (6) training modules up through to completion of the required Mandatory Ethics Training Assessment. [Note: Everyone must pass the assessment with a minimum score of 80% (8 out of 10) correct. Participants may take the assessment until passing. Upon passing, a Certificate of Completion will be generated for each participant.]
Please remember, the initial kick off is tentatively scheduled for May 1, 2016 to end on July 29, 2016. Successful completion of the training is required on a bi-annual basis (once every two years), with the compliance period to span two years from the date on which the employee passed their initial training assessment.
For additional inquiries regarding the course’s structure and key tools for navigation please contact OEA @ 301.883.3445.

OEA Online Ethics Training Registration Guide
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