2015 Education and Training Calendar brochure, please click here.
|•||Aug. 28||eTrain: Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) for BSA Officers||webinar|
|•||Sep. 02||eTrain: Learnings from Consumers||webinar|
|•||Sep. 15||eTrain: When a Borrower Dies - Common Mistakes Made by Credit Unions||webinar|
|•||Sep. 15||Regulatory Update Seminar||Fresno|
|•||Sep. 16||Regulatory Update Seminar||Sacramento|
|•||Sep. 16||eTrain: Avoiding the Trap of Operational Inefficiencies||webinar|
|•||Sep. 17||eTrain: Social Media Plan = Loan Growth||Webinar|
|•||Sep. 17||Regulatory Update Seminar||Santa Clara|
|•||Sep. 18||Regulatory Update Seminar||Oakland|
|•||Sep. 22||Regulatory Update Seminar||Anaheim Hills|
|•||Sep. 23||eTrain: Regulation of Offsite Employee Activity||webinar|
|•||Sep. 23||Regulatory Update Seminar||Glendale|
|•||Sep. 24||Regulatory Update Seminar||Hawthorne|
|•||Sep. 25||Regulatory Update Seminar||Ontario|
|•||Sep. 29||eTrain: 11 Ratios Every Credit Union Professional Should Know||webinar|
|•||Oct. 06||eTrain: Courting Boomer Members||Webinar|
|•||Oct. 13||eTrain: Power of Attorney||webinar|
|•||Oct. 15||eTrain: ALM Implementation||webinar|
|•||Oct. 21||eTrain: Electronic Strategies for Increasing Product Penetration||webinar|
|•||Nov. 03||Chapter Forum||Palm Desert|
|•||Nov. 04||REACH 2015||Palm Desert|
|•||Nov. 12||eTrain: Sexual Harassment Awareness & Prevention Training||webinar|
|•||Dec. 02||eTrain: Building Your Compliance Program||webinar|
|•||Dec. 09||eTrain: Dealing with a Third Party Data Breach||webinar|
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Don’t miss the Coaching, Counseling, & Mentoring Skills webinar on April 29 for practical ideas on how credit union managers can transform into leaders and mentors by using coaching and feedback to challenge under-performers to do their best.
You will walk away from the session knowing:
Who should attend? Supervisors and managers with staff development responsibilities; training professionals; human resources professionals; and operations professionals.