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|•||Apr. 21||Basic Mortgage Lending Compliance Seminar||Ontario|
|•||Apr. 22||Basic Mortgage Lending Compliance Seminar||Westminster|
|•||Apr. 22||eTrain: Call Center Metrics from the Member's Perspective||webinar|
|•||Apr. 28||eTrain: Dormant Accounts & Escheat Procedures||webinar|
|•||May 05||eTrain: Business Account Administration||webinar|
|•||May 06||Commercial Real Estate Lessons Learned from the Great Recession||Webinar|
|•||May 12||eTrain: Sexual Harassment Awareness & Prevention Training||webinar|
|•||May 13||The Virtual Model: Dealing with Member Ghosts||Webinar|
|•||May 14||Regional Roundtable for CEOs||Fresno|
|•||May 19||eTrain: Deceased Member Accounts||webinar|
|•||May 21||eTrain: Member Business Lending Compliance||Webinar|
|•||May 27||Ten Steps to Relentless Loan Growth||Webinar|
|•||June 04||eTrain: EPMS, Part 1: Employment Discrimination||webinar|
|•||June 09||Vehicle and Vessel Seminar||Fresno|
|•||June 10||Vehicle and Vessel Seminar||Sacramento|
|•||June 11||Vehicle and Vessel Seminar||Oakland|
|•||June 11||eTrain: EPMS, Part 2: Documentation||webinar|
|•||June 11||Regional Roundtable for CEOs||La Canada Flintridge|
|•||June 16||Vehicle and Vessel Seminar||Ontario|
|•||June 17||Vehicle and Vessel Seminar||Glendale|
|•||June 18||Vehicle and Vessel Seminar||Westminster|
|•||June 18||eTrain: EPMS, Part 3: Wage & Hour Issues||webinar|
|•||June 25||eTrain: EPMS, Part 4: Disabilities & Leaves||webinar|
|•||July 07||eTrain: Gen Y Personal Finances||webinar|
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During this seminar you will learn about a variety of important topics, including:
Who should attend? California credit union staff members who open, maintain, or close member accounts, such as member service representatives and managers, tellers, teller supervisors, new account specialists, branch managers, operations officers, compliances officers, and training and professional development staff.