2017 Ethics Training Schedule




The Hawaii State Ethics Commission will be offering ethics training classes in 2017 for state employees on Oahu and the neighbor islands. The Commission’s training schedule is published below. Additional classes may be added to the schedule throughout the year.

The ethics training classes will provide an overview of the state ethics laws that apply to all state employees.  Topics will include conflicts of interests; gifts and the reporting of gifts; confidential information; misuse of official position; and post-employment restrictions.

Classes are open to all state employees and there is no fee to attend.  Online registration for each class will begin approximately one month before the training date.  Employees who would like to register for a class are encouraged to check the Commission’s website to see when online registration for the class begins.

Class dates, times, locations:
Island: Oahu (Honolulu and Kapolei)
October 24, 2017 (Honolulu)
9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Mission Memorial Auditorium
550 South King Street
Honolulu, Hawaii
See map for location and parking: Mission Memorial Auditorium (MMA) Map
Island: Hawaii Island (Additional sessions to be announced for 2018)
Island: Kauai (Additional sessions to be announced for 2018)
Island: Maui (Kahului)
October 20, 2017
10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
University of Hawaii Maui College
Ka’a ‘ike 105 BCD
310 W. Kaahumanu Avenue
Kahului, Hawaii
UH Maui College campus map
How to register: After registration begins (see above registration dates), register online, call the Hawaii State Ethics Commission at (808) 587‐0460, or email the Commission’s office at ethics@hawaiiethics.org.

To register groups of more than 10 employees, email the Commission’s office at ethics@hawaiiethics.org.

Persons in need of special assistance: If you require special assistance or auxiliary aids or service (such as a sign language interpreter, large print materials, or wheelchair accessibility), please indicate so on your online registration form, or call the Commission’s office at (808) 587‐0460.