This class is approved for 4CEU Contact Hours as follows:
RMC - 2 Ethics, 2 Info Tech
CMFO/CCFO - 2 Ethics, 2 Info Tech
CTC - 2 Ethics, 2 Info Tech
CPWM - 2 Ethics, 2 Info Tech
QPA - 2 Ethics, 2 Info Tech
RPPO/RPPS - 2 Ethics, 2 Management/Supervision
CRP - approved for 3 Credit Hours (Classroom)
CTA: 4 Credit Hours PTA (Property Tax Administration)
CPA/RMA/PSA/PA: an application for credits has been filed.
PRESENTERS: Dave Nenno Ethics Law Consulting Services. 1976-2010 NJ State Dept. of Community Affairs, Div. of Local Government Services, Local Finance Board (retired); and
Joe Adams Owner/Operator of Moth and Fire LLC: Web design and consulting.
Choose one of the following locations:
North West Jersey
North East Jersey
Friday April 4, 2014
Friday April 25, 2014
Friday May 2, 2014
Friday May 9, 2014
ALL VENUES WILL HAVE A CLASSROOM-STYLE SETTING WITH TABLES
Class Times: 9:00AM to 12:45PM(Continental Breakfast begins at 8:30AM)
***** Cost: $89.00 *****
TO REGISTER: EMAIL your P.O. or Voucher to email@example.com
or FAX it to “CEUnion” at (609) 534-2185
Specify class location choice by indicating “NorthWest, South, Central or NorthEast” in your Email, Fax or P.O.
Make checks payable to: CEUnion, P.O. Box 496, Burlington, NJ 08016
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Attendees will participate in a review the New Jersey Local Government Ethics Law (N.J.S.A. 40:9-22.1 et seq.) and the foundation and pillars of government ethics. Participants will be guided through a review and renewal of their ethics “pledges.” As the final pillar and pledge of “Transparency” is explored, special emphasis will be given to the emerging dangers of government transparency in the digital age.
Instructors will teach the basics of digital identity and provide detailed instructions on how to make safe decisions in the computer world by grasping a solid understanding of how accounts should be managed. Attendees will understand the key terms and concepts needed to make safer decisions pertaining to governmental operations as well as their own digital lives.
Students will learn what happens during eDiscovery including the methods used by the “experts” to find and recover documents (hidden files, password protected files, emails, etc.). This analysis of eDiscovery will enlighten students on how to best manage their personal data, as well as, provide pointers on how to retrieve lost data filed by former coworkers or by employees who may have hidden information in an attempt to hide their tracks.
The strengths and weaknesses of digital communications will be discussed. Instructors will enumerate on the best practices for keeping communication safe and communication systems up and running.
There will be training exercises and discussions regarding the best practices for using the digital devices of our day to process, manage, store and transmit financial data in a way that keeps it as safe as possible.
Cancellation policy: Notification of cancellation must be received at least 48 hours prior to the day of the seminar in order for a refund to be granted. Exceptions to this policy will be granted on a case-by-case basis.