COLUMBUS — The Ohio Ethics Commission will offer free online training options for public officials and employees at 10 a.m. Friday, April 3, and 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 15.
On April 3, the webinar will outline potential missteps under the Ethics Law that could occur while working from home. Register here.
On April 15, the webinar will provide a general overview of the Ethics Law. Register at ethics.ohio.gov/webinars.
OHIO ETHICS COMMISSION PROVIDES ONLINE TRAINING FOR PUBLIC OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES WORKING FROM HOME
The Ohio Ethics Commission is reminding public officials and employees working from home that the Commission provides free and convenient online training options in lieu of normally scheduled classroom-style training. The newly updated annual e-course is a helpful overview of the Ethics Law for anyone in public service and is available on-demand. For state officials and employees, the course fulfills the Governor’s annual Ethics Law training requirement. As an added bonus for attorneys, the e-course is also approved for one hour of general Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit.
The Ohio Ethics Commission also provides monthly live webinars available to anyone in public service, both state and local governments. The Ethics Commission encourages all public servants currently working from home to take advantage of two upcoming webinars:
Both webinars will also fulfill the Governor’s training requirement for state employees and officials. The April 15 webinar also provides one hour of general CLE credit for attorneys.