Looking for ways to assert yourself as a lending authority at your credit union? Look no further than customizable and credit union-specific lending training to give you a leg up in your role.
As you consider your options for lending training in 2020, explore opportunities that cover a variety of relevant topics.
CUNA Consumer & Residential Mortgage Lending School, set for April 6-9 in Miami, aims to strengthen core lending skills, answer your toughest questions and develop additional skills through open and informative breakout sessions.
Choose your own lending training path.
What makes this school so empowering is the fact that you can build your own curriculum. Choose from 30+ sessions that best fit your needs, covering relevant topics including:
Keep your network strong throughout the year.
Through designated networking time, you’ll be able to expand your network while forging lasting relationships with those who have similar goals as you. Return to your credit union with a strong, meaningful network that you can look to for guidance and advice year-round.
Engage with some of the leading credit union lending experts.
Featuring more than a dozen speakers with expertise on many different lending topics, you’ll be learning from people with years of experience. Compliance attorneys to consumer and mortgage lending strategists will share their knowledge to help you better understand the needs of your credit union.
This year, there will be an emphasis on diversity and inclusion with keynoters Victor Corro and Pablo DeFilippi. Their general session, The Business Case for Diversity and Inclusion: The Hispanic Market Opportunity, will help you learn how to meet the changing needs within the credit union community.
“Lenders often wear many hats at their credit unions to provide the best service to their members. The number and variety of breakout sessions allows the attendee to select what is important for their learning and development to build their own curriculum for the week," said Kathy Smith, instructional design manager, CUNA.
Learn more and begin growing your lending career in 2020.