Training Options Help CUs Shoulder Reg Burden
CUNA offers more training opportunities than ever.
Credit unions’ compliance burden has never been heavier. Fortunately, the list of CUNA’s training opportunities has never been longer.\
Meet Compliance Training Needs
CUNA’s Regulatory Compliance School offers one-stop training for credit union compliance professionals.
In 2012, two school sessions—April 22-27, in Orlando, Fla., and Sept. 16-21, in Anaheim, Calif.—provide all the information needed to gain a comprehensive understanding of the current regulatory environment.
The school features annual regulatory updates, plus general overviews and advanced sessions.
Credit union professionals of all backgrounds and skill levels will learn how to fulfill their duties concerning the major regulations affecting credit unions.
- General regulations regarding operations;
- Deposit account regulations;
- NCUA requirements and guidance; and
- Mortgage and consumer lending regulations.
For more information, visit training.cuna.org/rcs.
Become a Certified CU Volunteer
The CUNA Volunteer Certification School is designed for board members wishing to sharpen their skills and understanding, and take their volunteer duties to the next level.
During this week-long comprehensive program, Sept. 23-28, in Long Beach, Calif., board members will dive deep into the complex responsibilities volunteers face, and work through a range of issues in understandable and practical ways.
- Safety and soundness;
- CEO oversight;
- Strategic planning; and
- Board operations and development.
Upon completion of this school and the certification exam, board members will earn their Certified Credit Union Volunteer (CCUV) designation.
Expand Insight, Boost Performance
Board members make crucial decisions that range from defining a credit union’s vision to overseeing the delivery of services. Credit Union Directors Newsletter helps board members stay up-to-speed on everything they need to know for peak performance. It’s a valuable resource that helps sharpen the decision-making process. Rely on the monthly newsletter for insights, including:
- Tips on how to become a more confident and effective leader;
- Policies relating to compliance, governance, CEO compensation, board-staff relations, risk management, strategic planning; and
- Reports, available online, providing in-depth coverage of emerging industry and governance issues. Try a PDF subscription for an easy way to distribute the newsletter or deliver it to more board members.
Visit cuna.org/directors for more information.
Next: Join CUNA’s Volunteer Network
Join CUNA’s Volunteer Network
Become a CUNA Volunteer Network member and discover the best way in the industry to stay informed, involved, and
Members receive discounts on CUNA training and events, plus:
- An email list of peers;
- Downloadable courses;
- Subscriptions to Credit Union Magazine and Credit Union Directors Newsletter;
- Handbooks in PDF format; and
- Whitepapers and case studies.
To learn more about these benefits, visit training.cuna.org/volnet.
Save the Dates for CUNA’s Signature Events
America’s Credit Union Conference has been called the most energizing and forward-thinking event in the credit union movement.
Highlights this year include:
- Renowned business strategist Tom Peters;
- U.S. Air Force pilot and philanthropist Major Dan Rooney;
- Science-based marketer Sally Hogshead;
- Exclusive executive series for CEOs;
- Thought-leader sessions; and
- CUNA Mutual Group Discovery sessions.
Visit acuc.cuna.org to register.
Plan to attend these upcoming conferences as well:
- Community CU & Growth Conference, Oct. 23-26, 2012, Denver
- Governmental Affairs Conference, Feb. 24-28, 2013, Washington, D.C.