GICA Compliance Collaborative
Compliance 101: Basics of a Compliance Initiative
Tuesday, October 30, 2018
1:30pm – 2:30 pm
(For GICA CCP Schools Only)
GICA is hosting a webinar created exclusively for Compliance Collaborative members. If you are unsure whether you represent a Compliance Collaborative member school, please contact Judy Spain. If there are other folks on your campus that would be interested in attending this webinar training, please forward this information on to them.
What is a compliance initiative? What would it look like on your campus? Is this just one more job that I need to do without any increase in pay or extra help? All of these are great questions and all of these will be answered in this webinar.
This webinar is the first in a continuing series dedicated solely to discussing why each campus needs to be working toward initiating (or sustaining) a compliance program. Each institution needs to understand the importance of knowing what laws affect a campus, if your institution in compliance with the law, and what is the plan to get the institution in compliance with the law.
On October 24th, I will be discussing the elements of a compliance initiative with the GICA Presidents at their 2018 Fall Board meeting. When the Presidents come back from this meeting and possibly begin to discuss implementing a compliance initiative on your campus, you need to have the same information that your President has – the why, how, and what of starting a compliance program.
· Basics of a compliance program built on the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines for developing an effective ethics and compliance program
· Who is involved in a compliance initiative
· What laws affect an institution
· How this could work on your campus
Registration Deadline: Friday, October 26 at 4:30pm. Registration and log-in information will be sent to registrants on Monday, October 29.
Presenter/Facilitator: Judy Spain, J.D., CCEP
Judy currently serves as the GICA Compliance Program Consultant. She is a tenured Professor, an attorney licensed in Kentucky, Ohio, New York and Pennsylvania, and is a Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional. She served as General Counsel and Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer at Eastern Kentucky University and Manhattanville College, where she developed and implemented compliance programs. Judy is the author of the first book on higher education compliance, “Higher Education Compliance: Blueprint for Success”.