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Ethics & Compliance Certification

4/3/2018 - 4/3/2019

Available Anytime Online

Ethical and compliance-related violations are serious business — serious enough to jeopardize your current job or career and could even result in jail time. This exclusive online course is designed to educate you on various compliance obstacles you may face in your dealership. With the retail automotive environment, and F&I specifically, ranking as one of the most regulated industries, this course is sure to cover all of the potential pitfalls that you could face in your daily routine. Broad topics include: the regulatory landscape overview, common violations, sales and desking, the F&I process, creating a compliant culture and sound practices. Throughout the course, you will be quizzed after each lesson and ultimately be required to take a final exam. Those who achieve a passing score will receive a certificate as a professional who takes a proactive approach to Ethics and Compliance.

To learn more or take the course, visit www.UDSTraining.com/Ethics today or call John Tabar, UDS Director of Training, at (800) 282-1154.

Blog

On-the-Point

Jim Ziegler
Stupid Is as Stupid Does

By Jim Ziegler
The Alpha Dawg charts the brief rise and long fall of Johan de Nysschen, the recently departed president of Cadillac and author of the business plan that effectively crowned Lincoln as the new king of American luxury.

They Finally Killed Somebody

By Jim Ziegler
Ziegler believes Uber’s directors should face criminal charges for their role in an Arizona woman’s violent death.

20 Things a GM Must Do Every Week

By Jim Ziegler

All Things Must Pass

By Jim Ziegler

Opening Observations

They Took Cadillac for a Ride

By Tariq Kamal
Hindsight is 20/20, but at least one industry member saw GM’s latest mishap coming a mile away.

Stand Up and Be Counted

By Tariq Kamal
The Dealers’ Choice Awards are the Yelp of vendors and finance sources.

Over the Curb

This Is Us: Dealer Edition

By Jason Heard
Heard knows delegation and outsourcing are the quickest path to a work-life balance.