CME - Module 2: Conflicts of Interest

eLearning Course Overview

  • As an elected community representative and leader, Elected Members are required to make objective, unbiased decisions on matters affecting the whole community. Elected Members have a statutory obligation to declare any actual or perceived interests that may influence those decisions.
  • This course outlines financial, indirect financial, proximity and impartiality interests; disclosure of interests at meetings; the importance of closely associated persons; and the link between gifts and conflicts of interest.
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Target Audience

  • A necessary course for newly Elected Members.
  • Recommended for returning Elected Members to refresh and update their knowledge and understanding of their legal and ethical responsibilities in managing and disclosing interests.
CME - Module 2: Conflicts of Interest

Learning Outcomes

  • Identify the types of interest that exist;
  • Understand how an Elected Member can have an interest in a Council or committee matter;
  • Evaluate the implications of different types of interest;
  • Identify the critical people when considering interests; and
  • Confidently locate helpful information.

Dates & Fees

  • eLearning (enrol anytime, to complete within 3 months from date of enrolment).
  • eLearning - $220.00 (plus GST)
  • Up to 50 participants for 12 months via an eLearning Subscription.

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