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CUNA re-releases popular training bundle
MADISON, Wis. (9/28/11)--The Credit Union National Association (CUNA) will offer credit unions another opportunity to receive its unlimited audio conference, webinar and eSchool training through one cost-saving bundle. Credit unions can purchase the CUNA Training Bundle until Jan. 15. The bundle offers participating credit unions unlimited access to hundreds of audio conferences, webinars, eSchools and recordings of these events. The CUNA Training Bundle features professional, in-depth training on topics such as: compliance, marketing, lending, finance, human resources, training, security, operations, volunteerism and more. CUNA offers two packages: Six months for $2,499 or one year for $3,999. Discounted pricing is available for CUNA CPDOnline members and small credit unions with less than $20 million in assets. “We hear from our credit union members that when times are financially tight, training budgets get severely reduced,” said Marlo Foltz, CUNA director of blended learning. “It can be a tremendous challenge to keep employees motivated and up-to-date on regulations and skills without good training tools. Our CUNA Training Bundle allows credit unions to keep quality training a priority at an affordable price.”


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