In this era of corporate accountability, boards and management are expected—and in some cases required—to implement standards, programs, and procedures addressing such issues as ethical behavior, document retention, whistle-blower protection, fraud risk assessment, and financial transparency. This course explains the background of these issues and presents practical strategies to help electric cooperatives design and develop plans and programs that address new governance expectations.
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- Practical issues in creating, implementing, and enforcing a code of ethics at your cooperative
- The board's oversight role in risk assessment, document retention, and whistle-blower protection
- Key governance documents and other tools that can be used at your cooperative
WHERE TO TAKE THIS COURSE
NRECA offers the opportunity to take this course several times each year at the following events:
NOTE: Please check each event's schedule to see what courses are being offered.
Additionally, these courses can be delivered onsite at your co-op, statewide or G&T. Learn more about our onsite training opportunities.
NRECA – 1 credit
CEU – 0.6 credits
Angie Hylton, Senior Certification Specialist
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