Dealership Compliance Officer Certification
Path to Compliance Certification
Dealership Compliance Certification consists of five modules that build upon the entire spectrum of regulatory compliance in the automotive industry. Below is a brief explanation of what each course module covers.
First step in Dealership Compliance Officer Certification. Gain an understanding of the basic framework to build and manage an effective compliance and ethics program.
Sales, Finance & Insurance Regulatory Compliance
Module 2 addresses the highest risk areas of the dealership by including a full suite of F&I federal regulations and compliance expectations - from advertisement to delivery.
Human Resources & Business Administrative Regulatory Compliance
Module 3's emphasis is on employment law, hiring the right people, and federal regulations that apply to business administrative practices. Many dealership global compliance practives originate from these business units.
Parts & Service, OSHA Regulatory Compliance
Step by step compliance guide to OSHA requirements, workplace safety and guidance material is introduced in Module 4. Learn what makes the workings of Parts and Service compliance an essential cog in the dealership compliance engine.
Delve into the leadership skills and ethical behaviors required to execute an effective Compliance Management System in Module 5. With "bumper-to-bumper" compliance education, the Dealership Compliance Officer is prepared to implement and manage an effective program for protecting the dealership.
Dealership Compliance Officer Professional Certification
DCOP certification requires:
- Attending ADCO Seminar and Certification course which is offered in March and October each year
- Complete the Information Security Program Workbook
- Complete leadership inventory assessments.
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