CUNA recognized 12 credit unions for their outstanding training programs and training professionals at this year’s CUNA ELLy Training Awards, held at CUNA Experience Learning Live!, Sept. 30 to Oct. 3 in Denver.
The ELLy Training Awards are the only national awards presented to credit union trainers that recognize excellence in professional staff development.
Awards are presented to credit union professionals from two asset divisions: less than and greater than $250 million in assets. First place awards and awards of merit were presented in these categories:
Chi Phi Delta Award
This award represents the best development of a Credit Union University and its effect on staff learning and performance, using CUNA’s Center for Professional Development products as the foundation.
This award is presented to participants who demonstrate how their use of technology-based training has enhanced their credit union training initiatives.
Training Champion Award
This award recognizes senior management staff members who go beyond the call of duty to support and develop their credit union’s training program.
Training Professional of the Year Award
This award honors exceptional achievements in performance and learning by a credit union training professional or department.
This award is presented to the credit union with the best overall training curriculum or best training event that energizes, empowers, and excites participants.
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