Ethics Training

On October 7, 2005, the Governor signed Assembly Bill No. 1234 chaptered as Government Code Section 53234 through 53235.2. This law requires that if a local agency provides any compensation, salary, or stipend to, or reimburses the expenses of a member of its ‘legislative body’ (defined in California Government Code Section 54952), that local agency’s officials must receive training in ethics. Based on BETARMA’s policies regarding meeting fees and expense reimbursements, BETA Council members are subject to this law and must complete ethics training no later than one year from the first day of service to BETARMA and every two years following.

While not required by the law, it is BETARMA policy that Senior Leadership, directors, managers, supervisory staff, and other positions as designated by the CEO should also complete ethics training no later than one year from the first day of service to BETARMA and every two years following.

The ethics training certificates are provided below for the most recently completed two-year period. As required, these records will be retained at least five years after completion of the training.

Supervisor Training

California state law AB1825, which is part of the Fair Employment and Housing Act, first became effective August 17, 2007. The legislation mandates state-wide Supervisor Anti-Harassment, Discrimination and Retaliation training for any employee who supervises a minimum of one individual, regardless of their actual title, within a company of 50 employees or more. BETArma provides this training to all appropriate personnel every two years to meet the requirements of the law.

The Supervisor Anti-Harassment , Discrimination and Retaliation training certificates are provided below for the most recently completed period. As required, these records will be retained at least five years after completion of the training.