CUNA Volunteer Certification School will be held May 1-5 in Nashville.
The school teaches credit union volunteers the key functions and responsibilities of their roles, culminating with the opportunity to earn or recertify their Certified Credit Union Volunteer (CCUV) designation.
Sessions at CUNA Volunteer Certification School, which prepare attendees for the CCUV certification test, comprise a comprehensive volunteer education. Topics addressed include governance, financials, asset-liability management, oversight and strategic planning.
“People take notice of the CCUV designation because it demonstrates a serious commitment to board and volunteer service,” said Michelle Johnson, CUNA instructional design manager. “CCUVs have a deeper knowledge of their credit union and the part they play in ensuring its success.”
The CCUV Update Program, set for May 1-3, also in Nashville, provides a venue for existing CCUVs to recertify their designations while exploring new industry trends and the ever-changing role of the volunteer.