MADISON, Wis. (6/25/14)--The Credit Union National Association has introduced a new course for credit union directors on enterprise risk management (ERM), developed in partnership with The Rochdale Group Inc.
The course, "Enterprise Risk Management for Directors," is now available through the CUNA Volunteer Achievement Program.
"We developed this course based on the success of our biannual ERM conference, which continues to attract more and more attendees," said Kevin Smith, CUNA director of learning and events. "As more credit unions discover the growing necessity of an overarching risk management process, we want to make sure that quality content is readily available to volunteers across the movement."
Available in both print and ebook formats, "Enterprise Risk Management for Directors" introduces credit union volunteers to the concept and scope of ERM as well as directors' roles in in incorporating it into credit union operations.
Course topics include:
The CUNA Volunteer Achievement Program's self-study courses teach the philosophical and financial topics that volunteers need for their decision-making responsibilities--and provides participant recognition along the way. For more information, use the resource link.