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Limited openings available for DE training
MADISON, Wis. (2/14/14)--Only 10 spots are left for April's session of Credit Union Development Education (DE) classes, and space is limited for the September classes as well.

The six-day immersion training from the National Credit Union Foundation (NCUF) teaches students about credit unions' social responsibility and domestic and international development. Sessions are scheduled for April 23-30 and Sept. 10-17 in Madison, Wis. This is the first time NCUF has held three sessions in one calendar year.

"I learned of the principles on which credit unions were founded and how these principles should remain at the heart of every decision that we make today," said Michael Waylett, president, $44 million-asset Vision Financial FCU, Durham, N.C. "It is not possible to attend this training and not, as a human being, be changed significantly," he added. Waylett earned his CUDE designation at this year's first DE training in January.

Testimonials such as Waylett's are highlighted in a new video from NCUF about the DE program.



The registration fee includes seven nights of single-room lodging, as well as all training materials and meals.

Use the link to see registration and scholarship information.
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