news.cuna.org/articles/106043-get-inspired-certified

Get Inspired, Certified

June 1, 2015

Success comes to those who set priorities and goals and then take action and make decisions to meet them. By networking with global leaders, preparing your team to lend confidently, and understanding the growing complexity of the industry, your credit union will succeed in taking on some of its biggest future challenges.

Tackle mortgage lending With confidence

CUNA and PolicyWorks LLC have partnered to create two new resources to increase growth and stay in compliance with your mortgage lending efforts.

1. 8-Hour SAFE Comprehensive Mortgage Loan Originator (MLO)

Course #5294. The rules issued by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), pursuant to Dodd-Frank, amended Regulation Z to require that a loan originator must receive periodic training. Obtain your required training through CUNA’s NMLS- (Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System) approved self-study course, which meets the continuing education requirements of the SAFE Act (NMLS Approved Course Provider #1405021). Learn more at cuna.org/mlo.

2. CUNA Mortgage Compliance Implementation (MCI) Toolkit 2.0

This new toolkit offers credit unions two mortgage lending compliance solutions designed to help you manage and implement new mortgage compliance regulations and updates affecting the credit union movement.

The toolkit includes monthly calls with PolicyWorks, mortgage modules from RegTraC, and access to the MLO self-study course and the CUNA Residential Mortgage Lending eSchool. Learn more at cuna.org/mcitoolkit.

Take your place among the volunteer elite

As credit unions grow more complex, so do the skills required to lead them.

At CUNA Volunteer Certification School in Phoenix, Oct. 11-16, volunteers can rise to the challenge. By studying the latest innovation and governance ideas from industry experts, attendees will take the next step in training and increase their value to their credit union.

Upon completing the school and passing the required exams, attendees will earn their Certified Credit Union Volunteer (CCUV) designation, proving they have the know-how to lead their credit union to success.

To register, visit training.cuna.org/vcs.