“Where Do You Draw the Line?” Ethics Training for School District Officials
FSBA is proud to offer ethics training to assist school board members and district officials comply with the mandated ethics training requirement for all Florida Constitutional Officers found in Section 112.3142, Florida Statutes. This law requires all constitutional officers to complete 4 hours of ethics training annually that addresses, at a minimum
- the constitutional “Sunshine Law” provisions (Article II, Section 8),
- the statutory Code of Ethics for Public Officers and Employees (Chapter 112, Part III, F.S.),
- and the public records and public meetings laws.
Additionally, FSBA’s Ethics Training Program addresses conflicts of interest, doing business with one’s own agency, misuse of position, gifts and honoraria, financial disclosure, and much more. To maintain compliance with the law, constitutionally elected officials must complete the mandated ethics training no later than December 31, annually.
“Where Do You Draw The Line?” Ethics Training for School District Officials includes training in:
- Sunshine Law
- Public Records Law
- misuse of position
- financial disclosure requirements
- ethics complaints
- other ethics provisions.
Registration for this training is FREE with full registration fee for the FSBA/FADSS Annual Joint Conference.
If you wish to attend only the Live Ethics Training, the rates below apply:
Live Ethics Training
The deadline to register online is November 19, 2019, and a $30 late fee will be applied to all on-site registrations.