MADISON, Wis. (3/23/15)--CUNA will offer credit union volunteers an opportunity to elevate their credentials and become Certified Credit Union Volunteer (CCUV) designees at CUNA Volunteer Certification School in Phoenix, Oct. 11-16.
"CUNA Volunteer Certification School is ideal for new volunteers wanting to hit the ground running, as well as for seasoned volunteers looking to reach the next level," said Michelle Johnson, CUNA instructional design manager.
"By earning their CCUV designation, attendees demonstrate to their colleagues, their staff, the National Credit Union Administration, and, most importantly, their members, that they are qualified and prepared to lead their credit unions to success," Johnson continued. "CUNA Volunteer Certification School is the most efficient way for credit union board members to earn their CCUV designations."
Attendees spend five days attending sessions to develop critical industry knowledge. The expert-led sessions feature topics including governance, safety and soundness, CEO oversight, strategic planning and board operations and development. As a way to recognize and certify their professional competence and dedication to their role, attendees will earn their CCUV designations by passing the onsite exams.