WASHINGTON (11/15/12)--Two Credit Union National Association (CUNA) Regulatory Compliance School dates have been scheduled for 2013: April 21-26 in New Orleans and Sept. 15-20 in Tempe, Ariz.
The compliance schools feature annual regulatory updates, general overviews and advanced sessions. They are designed to provide credit union professionals of all backgrounds and skill levels an understanding of the major regulations affecting credit unions and their regulatory duties.
To account for differing degrees of compliance familiarity, the school offers two learning levels: Introduction and Update.
The Introduction curriculum will provide attendees with full day courses on sections of regulations, and same-day tests on those regulations. Rather than requiring memorization of all regulatory elements, attendees are instead provided with the knowledge and resources to locate those intricate details when future compliance questions arise.
The Update curriculum focuses on today's most pressing compliance issues, with information straight from CUNA's compliance team. Breakout sessions will also allow attendees to choose specialized pursuits that are of the most value to them.
Testing to earn the Credit Union Compliance Expert designation will also be made available onsite.
Topics for the 2013 Compliance School sessions are still being developed.
For more on the 2013 schools, use the resource link.