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With CUNA Volunteer Certification Program, you can become the expert board or committee member your credit union needs.
Designed to create confident, strategic credit union leaders, this program gives volunteers the expertise and decision-making skills that are expected of them and allows them to earn our premier volunteer designation, Certified Credit Union Volunteer (CCUV).
As a enrollee, you're empowered by choices. You decide whether to earn your designation in person at our face-to-face school or through self-study. Either way, you're connected to industry experts who will provide you with insights on your role as a credit union board member.See more solutions for credit union volunteers.
To become a Certified Credit Union Volunteer (CCUV), you may choose from two methods of training:CUNA Volunteer Certification School
Volunteers who prefer the traditional setting will opt for these week-long training sessions. It includes knowledge and discussion sessions, culminating in five (5) certification exams.Self-Directed Study
For volunteers who prefer to learn on their own, the self-directed option allows you to pick and choose learning activities. Please complete the enrollment form if you're interested in the Supervisory Track only. The enrollment process is automatically in place for those completing the board track.
There is no time limit for completing the CCUV designation. You must complete one activity annually for your enrollment to remain active. If there is no activity for one year, the enrollment is cancelled and re-enrollment is required.
You must complete the exams for following three CUNA Volunteer Achievement Program (VAP) courses:
Includes fundamentals, governance and strategy courses for board members at any stage in their professional development.
Areas of Study:
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Includes audit, risk assessments and other credit union issues for supervisory committee members.
In order to remain a Certified Credit Union Volunteer, you must recertify your designation every 3 years. For more information on the recertification requirements, click here.
How do I view my transcript?
If you prefer to see your course codes in your transcript, please select 'printable transcript' located above the transcript text in the right margin.
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 CCUV certification will need to be renewed every three years.
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