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CUNA offers new CU training bundle
MADISON, Wis. (5/4/10)--The Credit Union National Association (CUNA) is offering credit unions an opportunity to lock in unlimited audio conference, webinar and eSchool training through a new economical bundle. The bundle gives credit unions unlimited access to training throughout 2010 and into 2011. Topics include compliance, marketing, lending, finance, human resources, training, security, operations, volunteer development and other topics. Credit unions can purchase the bundle until June 30. “Credit unions today are faced with tightening budgets often by shrinking training initiatives,” said Marlo Foltz, director of blended learning at CUNA. “It’s a long-standing and unfortunate criticism that when times are financially tight, training is the first budget to get cut and generally the last to be restored. “This is particularly true today, with so many financial pressures causing credit unions to look closely at every budget line item. That’s why we created the bundling concept. For one affordable price credit unions can increase their training to all their staff across all disciplines. They can increase efficiency and stay abreast of the latest regulations and standards.” CUNA Training Bundle options include:
* Six-month package for $267 per month--$1,599 for six months; and * One-year package for $250 per month--$2,999 per year.
Discounted pricing is available for small credit unions with less than $20 million in assets. For more information, use the links.
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