MADISON, Wis., (3/23/16)--Credit union collections professionals from across the country will gather to learn best practices at the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) Collections & Bankruptcy School, set for Sept. 12-15 in Las Vegas.
“Debt collections require extensive regulatory knowledge as well as procedural and managerial skills,” said Kathy Smith, CUNA instructional design manager. “CUNA Collections & Bankruptcy School helps attendees grow in all three of these areas while providing them actionable strategies to streamline and modernize their collections.”
The school offers two tracks: An introductory track for collectors with five or fewer years of experience, and an advanced track for collectors or collections managers with five or more years of experience.
“CUNA has taken the time to put on an incredible school focused on collections and bankruptcy,” said Shannon Harms, collections manager, Gulf Coast Educators FCU, Pasadena, Texas. “I would venture to say it is the best credit union training I've ever attended."
In each track, presenters will provide insights on:
Attendees will have the chance to ask questions of panel of experts during the ask an attorney Q&A session.
For more information and to register, visit training.cuna.org/cbs.