E-Learning Online Course

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The City of Atlanta Ethics Office, pursuant to Mayor Kasim Reed's Administrative Order 2014-01, Section 2-825
of the Code of Ethics, and in partnership with the Department of Atlanta Information Management ("AIM") and
the Department of Watershed Management, has developed an ethics e-learning course for city employees.

The Purpose of the Course is to:

  • Explain key ethics rules to employees;
  • assess their understanding of the rules; and
  • encourage them to engage in ethical conduct

About the Course
Currently, the course contains four modules focused on basic ethical dilemmas affecting a large cross-section
of the city's employee population. Each module contains a video scenario followed by a series of questions for
the employee to answer. Following successful completion of each of the four modules, a certificate of completion
will be issued to the employee.

Course Deployment
The course will roll out to city departments in phases beginning in October 2015 to be determined by the
Ethics Officer and AIM. Each department will receive notice two weeks prior to deployment and city employees
will have at least 90 days from their department's deployment date to complete the course.

Access to the Course
City employees can access the course online using computers connected to the city's network by logging on
to http://eot.atlantaga.gov in their web browser or through the City of Atlanta Intranet Portal under "citywide applications."



Troubleshooting

  • Technical support for the course is provided by AIM by contacting to 404-330-6474
    or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Questions on course content can be directed to the Ethics Office at 404-330-6286
    or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.