COURSE LIBRARY

WIC Required

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Quisque bibendum pharetra massa nec
feugiat. Morbi convallis imperdiet augue vel dictum.

The National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) was enacted in 1993 and took effect in 1995. Also known as the “Motor Voter” law, the NVRA requires government agencies to provide people the opportunity to register to vote. Recent changes in California law requires annual training for any agency providing assistance to the public. This training will provide information on the NVRA and the Ofice of Secretary of State’s efforts to assist state agencies and county electsions officials in complying with the law.


Course Objectives:

  • Understand Effective Public Notification System.
  • Understand Language Assistance Requirments.
  • Understand Collection and Use of Data.
  • Learn the History of Voting in America.
  • Overview of What is New in the Voting System and What is the Same.
  • Learn How to Put the Information About the NVRA into Practice.

Duration: 15 min. CE Credits: NA Chapters: 1

The course provides the conceptual framework of important considerations for establishing and maintaining a Code of Conduct and how it compliments and reinforces an organizations Compliance Program. The essential elements of a Compliance Program are reviewed along with real-life scenarios


At the conclusion of the session, the participant should have a basic understanding of:

  • The importance of reinforcing an organizations Code of Conduct through leadership commitment, policies and procedures, and well-defined guidelines for non-compliance.
  • The types of policies and procedures that are essential for a Compliance Program.
  • The role and responsibilities of a Compliance Officer and Compliance Committee.
  • How monitoring and audit should be implemented and managed, including establishing processes to properly manage non-compliance.

Duration: 15 min. CE Credits: NA Chapters: 1