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Attendees must have previously completed the CUNA Volunteer Certification Program and currently hold the Certified Credit Union Volunteer (CCUV) designation to be eligible to attend this program. If you do not have your CCUV, you can earn it by attending CUNA Volunteer Certification School or by completing the self-study option.
You did some difficult work in achieving your Certified Credit Union Volunteer (CCUV) designation - five days of classes with testing each day, or months of self-study - but it doesn't end there. The credit union industry is changing rapidly and volunteers must actively keep up with their education and cutting edge trends to maintain the movement. The update program allows you to reconvene with fellow CCUVs, renew your certification, take your training to the next step, upgrade your skills with industry professionals and experts and help shape the credit union movement. This program is exclusive to those currently holding the Certified Credit Union Volunteer (CCUV) designation.
This is probably the most important school to prepare a board member with credit union education necessary to fulfill the responsibilities to serve as a director.
Robert Curtis, Vice Chair
Down East Credit Union
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