MADISON, Wis. (11/21/14)--Only a handful of spots remain for next year's Credit Union Development Education training program that will take place Jan. 14-21 in Dallas.
The spring class, set for April 29-May 6 in Madison, Wis., is also about half full, according to the National Credit Union Foundation (NCUF), which sponsors the trainings.
"Registration for each training is limited to just 42 attendees and we only have about 10 spots left for credit union professionals who would like to attend the January training," said Lois Kitsch, NCUF national program director. "You don't want to miss either of the 2015 programs, as DE Training is one of the most transformative and unique credit unions training events offered."
The training lasts six days and teaches credit union professionals about social responsibility and domestic and international development through interactive education and professional networking.
Registration for the trainings can be accessed on the NCUF's website under the "Register for DE Training" button on the homepage.
The registration fee includes seven nights of single-room lodging in addition to all training materials and meals.
The program is open to anyone from new credit union employees to veteran credit union executives looking for a refresh in the industry. Those interested in learning more about the training can view a video the NCUF has put together a video on the program (News Now Nov. 5).