Ethics Training

Each year, fire and police pension board members are required by Illinois law (40 ILCS 5/1-113.18) to complete eight hours of Ethics training. This online course, presented by the Illinois Public Pension Advisory Committee and Judson University’s Leadership Development Group, meets the eight-hour requirement for the May – April statute year.

The benefit of taking this course online is that you can access it anytime—24/7. Because it is in an online format you can work at your own pace, and come and go as you like. All of your coursework is saved electronically, so there’s no risk of losing any information.

In this course you will be guided through practical content using case studies and interactive discussions. During the Ethics Training Course, you will accomplish the following objectives:

  • Complete the requirements of the State of Illinois to remain in compliance
  • Define ethics and ethical values
  • Describe responses to possible ethical dilemmas
  • Identify an ethical framework and warning signs of unethical behavior
  • Understand the relationship between statutes, case law, and ethics

The online version of the eight-hour Ethics Training Course is available for the following price reduced price through June 30, 2017:

  • Current IPPAC Member Fund Trustees Large Funds: $125.00
  • Current IPPAC Member Fund Trustees Small Funds: $100.00
  • Non-member Fund Trustees: $200.00

To receive the IPPAC member rate for this training you will be asked to provide your fund’s member number for the year during the registration process. Member numbers will be provided to each fund that is current in their membership dues. Please check with your fund’s secretary for your member number.

Not an IPPAC member? Please click on the “Join Us” tab at the top of this page for more information.

You may also forward this form either by email or fax (224-535-8525) with the request that IPPAC invoices your fund.

Once registration has been processed and payment has been received, participants will receive a confirmation email within five business days containing their username, password, and instructions needed for logging into the Judson University Blackboard Academic Suite™.

Upon fully completing the course, participants will be able to print their own certificates of completion.
If you need assistance at any time during this process, or if you need more information about this course or other courses offered, please contact:

Sue Collins
IPPAC
847-519-1648
Email us by clicking here.