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CUNAs CPDOnline in first international partnership
MADISON, Wis. (2/26/10)--The Credit Union National Association's (CUNA) CPDOnline, an online credit union training service, has been chosen to provide the Jamaican credit union movement with training services. The Jamaican Credit Union League is CPDOnline's first international client. "The international credit union community is recognizing the quality and significant value that CUNA's training services and products offer," said Todd Spiczenski, vice president, CUNA center for professional development. CPDOnline will customize the program to meet the league's specific professional development needs, he said. The Web-based training service is designed to help credit unions manage their employee training programs. It draws upon more than 40 years of credit union-specific training and combines the ease of on-demand, self-study training with expertly designed credit union courses and personal assistance when needed, said CUNA. More than 1,200 credit unions have enrolled in CPDOnline. For more information, use the link or call 800-356-9655, ext. 4072.
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