The effective functioning of a Board of Directors is critical to the success of every credit union. Directors play a pivotal role in ensuring the health of their credit union.
The League is pleased to offer a number of educational resources available for the new and seasoned director.
Webinars On Demand:
Webinars On-Demand offers the convenience of training when and where you want it! Webinars On-Demand can be used to supplement face-to-face training, train multiple staff members, use as a spring board to prompt further discussion at your next staff or board meeting! One low tuition cost covers course materials and unlimited 6 month access from the date of purchase to the Webinar On-Demand course of your choice. Save time and money - Register today for the following courses!
For course descriptions and to register for the following courses:
The Board of Directors Certificate Training Series
This program consists of a series of basic Units of training. These Units are designed to give Directors pertinent information about their roles and responsibilities in a very user friendly format. The delivery format for each of these Units is via presenter-led, face-to-face instruction. Each Unit can be scheduled in conjunction with a regular board meeting, before or after a chapter meeting, or at another convenient time. The Units are designed to be only one to two hours in length. The best news - the training will come to you!
Click here to download the Certificate Program brochure.
CUNA Volunteer Achievement Program
CUNA's Volunteer Achievement Program (VAP) helps credit union volunteers learn to work effectively, make informed decisions, and improve credit union performance. VAP self-study courses teach the philosophical and financial topics that board members and other volunteers need for their decision-making responsibilities. VAP is your credit union's key to strengthening the knowledge of volunteers on a wide range of topics from financial management to compliance to strategic leadership.
CUNA Volunteer Achievement Program Information