This recorded event is available until December 18, 2014.
Credit union security is about being prepared. There are a variety of potential threats that we face daily, from the unplanned event to violence in the workplace, to information security breaches. Don’t wait until a crisis to see if your emergency action plan is adaptive and relevant. Compel your employees and members to abide by the operational guidelines and best practices they’ve already heard one hundred times before.
During this webinar series, you will:
- Go beyond the written plan and engender confidence through readiness
- Learn what it takes to properly respond to an escalating situation
- Learn how to prepare others through practical instruction and real-world training objectives
This is your chance to hear from Joshua Witt, a senior safety and security consultant at Witt Enterprises, who specializes in workplace violence prevention and emergency preparedness through real-time practical training and relevant program development. This truly is a security “bootcamp” as Joshua is the safety and occupational health manager for the Kentucky Army National Guard where he facilitates state, federal and military programs that impact over 8,500 personnel working at 65 locations.
Joshua is also a third generation credit union supporter. He has served locally on the supervisory committee and board of directors of the Kentucky Army National Guard Federal Credit Union and was elected board chairman in 2011. Joshua knows credit unions and can speak our language while his military experience brings a valuable perspective and insight to our industry.
SAVE $158! Purchase this three-part bootcamp webinar series and save $158 over the regular price of $219 for each individual session.
Who Should Attend
This webinar series is beneficial for credit union security, operations, technology and management professionals. Affiliation with CUNA/League is required for attendance.