Certified Credit Union Supervisory Committee Member (CCUSC) designation

Become a confident leader on your supervisory committee

Being an effective member of the supervisory committee is crucial for all credit unions. Be sure you put your best foot forward by earning your Certified Credit Union Supervisory Committee Member designation. You will come away with fundamental knowledge specific to your role that is necessary to lead your credit union forward.

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How to earn the CCUSC designation

To become a Certified Credit Union Supervisory Committee Member, you may choose from two methods of training:

CUNA Supervisory Committee and Internal Audit Conference
Attend this in-person training and you'll be eligible to earn your designation. Certain sessions are specified for you to attend and you'll complete an online exam after the conference. 

CUNA Certified Credit Union Supervisory Committee Member eSchool (recorded)
For supervisory committee members who prefer to learn on their own schedule, the recorded eSchool allows you to take the sessions at your own pace.


If you are due to recertify your CCUSC designation that is expiring this year, we will automatically extend your recertification deadline for one year to avoid a lapse in your certification. We will notify you as online recertification options become available.

CCUSC designations must be renewed every 3 years by attending one of the following events:


How long are the exams?

Examinations vary in length depending on the type of learning activity. All examinations are multiple choice and are graded on a pass/fail basis. They are also un-proctored and "open book."

How often do I need to recertify?

Your CCUSC certification will need to be renewed every three years.

How long are the self-study courses?

Each course is approximately 60-80 minutes.