The Credit Union Executives Society recently reached a membership milestone. It now serves more than 10,000 individual credit union members. And the organization noted that CUES membership has grown by 50% since 2009.
All student loan borrowers are out to get an education, but for those who belong to credit unions, a different kind of schooling might be in store. Some credit unions say they’re placing an emphasis on educating their student loan recipients about the borrowing process, from application submission through repayment.
For financial advisers, the traditional methods used to help members when it comes to their long-term planning needs may be going the way of the dodo bird.
Training process includes participation in online courses, guest speaker events, webinars and meeting agendas that center on strategic planning for the credit union’s future.
CUNA Brokerage Services training focuses on efficiency, accountability and includes a thesis at the end.
CUNA is puffed up this month about a noteworthy achievement. Its online education series is now 10 years old and has reached what the trade group considers a noteworthy 104,000 self-study courses taught to CU staffers and directors across the U.S.
For South Carolina Federal Credit Union, investing in employee development has not only helped the training department run more efficiently but has also proven to be award winning.
If you have been in the presence of a financial literacy teacher for more than a minute, you have probably heard these statistics from Harris Interactive:
With the recruitment and retention of top talent continuing to be a priority, credit union human resources departments have stepped up their training efforts.
In a new partnership, NAFCU is providing a way for CPAs to earn their continuing professional education credits.