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On-Demand Webinars

A variety of courses, instantly at your fingertips and available for credit union staff and volunteers. Includes free webinars and fee-based webinars covering: 

  • Compliance
  • Executive Management & Board Governance
  • Fraud, Security, & Technology
  • HR & Operations
  • Leadership 
  • Lending & Collections
  • Marketing, PR, FinEd, & Community Outreach
  • Member Service

Comprehensive courses are typically 90 minutes and are $259. Once you register on The League website, you will receive an email confirmation from our partners at the Credit Union Webinar Network. In order, to claim your webinar please click on the Access Webinar icon within the email. Please make sure to have your IT whitelist [email protected] Let us know what questions you have email [email protected]

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Free Webinars

Wisconsin Consumer Act I: Loan Agreements Practices

Learn more about the loan agreements and practices for the Wisconsin Consumer Act.

Wisconsin Consumer Act II: Delinquency & Collections

Learn more about the delinquency and collections rules related to the Wisconsin Consumer Act.

Getting Started with Zoom

Learn how to update your screen name in Zoom meetings, change your view of speakers or participants and use the chat feature like a pro.

Technology Tips to Shine Online

Improve your Zoom skills and learn how to check your internet speed, maximize your lighting, get the best camera angle and ensure your sound is optimized.

Enhancing Your Image on Zoom

Learn how to optimize your video, make virtual eye contact, add a virtual background, choose the best setting for meetings and change your icon's skin tone.

Zoom Tools Every Meeting Leader Should Know

Learn how to use reaction options, take advantage of annotation tools, share videos with sound and share a portion of your screen.




Compliance Webinars

Merger Considerations Under the New Merger Rules: Who Gets What & When

From the chief executive to volunteers, it is critical that everyone understands the potential, problems, and pitfalls of the merger process to navigate the current uncharted waters. Every step of the process is heavily regulated, and any mistakes will cost time and money and potentially sink the merger. This webinar will explore the positive potential, practical considerations, and technical elements of the merger process.

Appraisal Reviews: Do You Know What to Look For?

This session will delve into a sample residential loan appraisal and identify what you need to look for and what may cause concern. You’ll be guided through sample written policy, procedures, and checklists, and learn how to identify and correct common mistakes made during the review process.

Securing Collateral Part 2: Purchase Money Security Interests: Taking Priority Over a Perfected Creditor

Your institution is at a disadvantage if you don’t understand the special rules regarding collateral. Make it a priority to understand how to properly take priority over another creditor with Part 2 of this two-part series. Join us for a deep dive into purchase money security interests.

Troubled Debt Restructuring: What Qualifies & Accounting for TDRs as Credit Improves

The temporary pandemic provisions impacted TDR accounting. Now that those provisions have expired, loan delinquencies and charge-offs may increase. Will borrowers be asking for loan modifications to get through this next economic cycle? What if their credit is improving? How does CECL come into play? Learn more about accounting for TDRs in this changing environment.

Traditional & Roth IRA Part 1: Eligibility, Contributions, Rollovers & Transfers

This two part series will cover everything you need to know, with Part 1 focusing on eligibility, contributions, rollovers, and transfer rules. Learn the concepts that impact accountholders and institutions most. Don’t miss these highly informative programs.

Executive Management & Board Governance

Merger Considerations Under the New Merger Rules: Who Gets What & When

From the chief executive to volunteers, it is critical that everyone understands the potential, problems, and pitfalls of the merger process to navigate the current uncharted waters. Every step of the process is heavily regulated, and any mistakes will cost time and money and potentially sink the merger. This webinar will explore the positive potential, practical considerations, and technical elements of the merger process.

Top 10 IT Frauds: Risks & Protection Strategies for Financial Institutions

How would you score if asked to name the top 10 IT frauds? How is fraud defined in this context anyway? Since cybersecurity threats will likely increase, now is the time to learn the biggest dangers and how to mitigate them.

Advanced Financial Literacy for New & Experienced Directors: ALM Primer & Financial Accounting & Risk Issues

All volunteers, staff, and directors will benefit from learning more about ALM concepts, including credit risk.

Emerging Payments: Embracing Same Day ACH, RTP & FedNow

This webinar will examine key features and benefits of these popular emerging payment systems, including a high-level overview of how transactions flow, use cases, funds availability requirements, and legal framework. Participants will walkaway with facts and resources for planning or enhancing digital services with these safe, instant, and data-rich emerging payment options.

Active Shooter Training: REACT | ESCAPE | SURVIVE

Prioritize survival! This video-enhanced on-demand webinar should be mandatory training for everyone at your financial institution. Learn how to prevent an active-shooter event, how to behave when one is in progress, and what to do afterward. You can’t afford to miss this important training conducted by a former Special Agent with the Secret Service.


Fraud, Security & Technology

Top 10 IT Frauds: Risks & Protection Strategies for Financial Institutions

How would you score if asked to name the top 10 IT frauds? How is fraud defined in this context anyway? Since cybersecurity threats will likely increase, now is the time to learn the biggest dangers and how to mitigate them.

Fraud Channels: Check & Debit Card

This webinar will explain which law applies in each type of situation involving check fraud and debit card fraud. This webinar will also explain your institution’s liability in these situations and what it can do to protect itself from liability.

Managing Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Slack & Other Collaboration Platforms with Effective E-Policies

Attend this webinar to learn how to create and implement best practices-based policies and procedures to manage content, use, and records on Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Slack, and other e-collaboration tools. As a bonus, you’ll receive a three-part whitepaper designed to help your financial institution implement an e-collaboration policy program designed to minimize risks, manage use, and maximize compliance at the financial institution, employees’ homes, and elsewhere.

Elevating Your Fraud Prevention Strategies

Fraud is ever-present, ever-changing, and endlessly creative. Join us to learn how to prevent card fraud and the latest criminal strategies.

Active Shooter Training: REACT | ESCAPE | SURVIVE

Prioritize survival! This video-enhanced on-demand webinar should be mandatory training for everyone at your financial institution. Learn how to prevent an active-shooter event, how to behave when one is in progress, and what to do afterward. You can’t afford to miss this important training conducted by a former Special Agent with the Secret Service.

HR & Operations

Traditional & Roth IRA Part 1: Eligibility, Contributions, Rollovers & Transfers

This two part series will cover everything you need to know, with Part 1 focusing on eligibility, contributions, rollovers, and transfer rules. Learn the concepts that impact accountholders and institutions most. Don’t miss these highly informative programs.

The Way Forward to MORE Time: How to Manage Your Time, Instead of It Managing You

In this highly interactive program, you’ll discover four steps that increase your clarity around the priorities you make and the actions you take. Learn how to focus on the right opportunities to be productive so you can create MORE momentum and results – without sacrificing what is most important to you in the process.

Managing Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Slack & Other Collaboration Platforms with Effective E-Policies

Attend this webinar to learn how to create and implement best practices-based policies and procedures to manage content, use, and records on Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Slack, and other e-collaboration tools. As a bonus, you’ll receive a three-part whitepaper designed to help your financial institution implement an e-collaboration policy program designed to minimize risks, manage use, and maximize compliance at the financial institution, employees’ homes, and elsewhere.

Emerging Payments: Embracing Same Day ACH, RTP & FedNow

This webinar will examine key features and benefits of these popular emerging payment systems, including a high-level overview of how transactions flow, use cases, funds availability requirements, and legal framework. Participants will walkaway with facts and resources for planning or enhancing digital services with these safe, instant, and data-rich emerging payment options.

New ACH Rules Effective 9/30/22: Nested Third - Party Sender Roles & Risks

This session will break down the changes to illuminate the chain of agreements and compliance responsibilities for ODFIs, Third-Party Senders, and Nested Third-Party Senders. After attending, you will be able to identify a Third-Party Sender and a Nested Third-Party Sender, explain their role and responsibilities under the ACH Rules, and apply your knowledge to real-life origination scenarios.


Leadership

Active Shooter Training: REACT | ESCAPE | SURVIVE

Prioritize survival! This video-enhanced on-demand webinar should be mandatory training for everyone at your financial institution. Learn how to prevent an active-shooter event, how to behave when one is in progress, and what to do afterward. You can’t afford to miss this important training conducted by a former Special Agent with the Secret Service.

DEI: Keeping It Compliant

Learn more about DEI, including how to create your own strategy, policies, and processes using the tools and best practices provided.

Writing Effective Credit Memos & Loan Narratives

This session will cover how to develop meaningful write-ups that document the credit request in a clear, concise, organized format. It will go step-by-step through the process and provide samples that illustrate development of a useful, relevant CAM/loan narrative.

Lending & Collections

Wisconsin Consumer Act II: Delinquency & Collections

Learn more about the delinquency and collections rules related to the Wisconsin Consumer Act.

An In-Depth Look at Regulation Z's Amended Qualified Mortgage (QM) Rule

Join regulatory compliance counsel Michael Christians for an in-depth analysis of the CFPB’s changes to the definition of a qualified mortgage. In December 2020, the CFPB issued a final rule that replaces the maximum DTI requirement with a pricing test and removes the prescriptive underwriting standards found in Appendix Q. The rule was effective for secondary market loans beginning July 1, 2021, and has a mandatory compliance date of October 1, 2022, for all other loans.

New Beneficial Ownership Rules: Update & Implications

This webinar will review the proposed rule line-by-line, explain its key elements, and cover the changes that may be required in your policies, procedures, and processes when it finalizes.

Converting Accrual Statements into Cash Flow

Cash flow repays debt. Finding a business entity’s true cash flow is critical to determining if, how, and when a loan can be repaid. Do you know how to find a business entity’s actual cash flow when given a set of accrual basis financial statements?

ACH Origination: Internal, Loans, Transfers & More

This webinar will help you get started on (or make sure that you are staying on) the path to ACH origination success!


Marketing, PR, FinEd, & Community Outreach

Measure It to Manage It: Understanding Analytics & How to Determine Online Success

This webinar will explore the fundamental reasons for data collection, review the various sources, explain what expectations you should have based on benchmarks and historical comparison, and then address ways to report and understand what it all means so you can make actionable decisions for improvement.

New UDAAP Parameters: Beyond Fair Lending

Join this timely webinar to learn how to recognize potential UDAAP risks in all areas of your institution.

Active Shooter Training: REACT | ESCAPE | SURVIVE

Prioritize survival! This video-enhanced on-demand webinar should be mandatory training for everyone at your financial institution. Learn how to prevent an active-shooter event, how to behave when one is in progress, and what to do afterward. You can’t afford to miss this important training conducted by a former Special Agent with the Secret Service.

Member Service

Fraud Channels: Check & Debit Card

This webinar will explain which law applies in each type of situation involving check fraud and debit card fraud. This webinar will also explain your institution’s liability in these situations and what it can do to protect itself from liability.

Job-Specific BSA Training for Frontline

This session will cover the basic expectations for completing CTRs; scenarios for reporting suspicious activity and recent trends in SARs; and the framework for an effective customer identification program for opening new accounts. Join us for a fast-paced review of the basics and also learn about emerging money laundering red flags in 2022.

Reg CC Check Hold Requirements & Funds Availability

Regardless of their decline, knowing how to handle checks is as important as ever! This sample-filled webinar will give you the scoop on check holds and funds availability for numerous circumstances. Be sure to bring your questions!

WSUD vs. Stop Payment: Definitions, Differences, Compliance

This webinar will describe the document retention warranties that RDFIs carry when processing stop payments or extended returns. It will go into great detail regarding the differences between consumer and non-consumer requests and will include review activities to ensure your staff is ready to handle each accountholder’s stop payment or extended return situation.

E-SIGN Act: Electronic Loan Document Delivery

The federal E-Sign Act encourages use of electronic signatures, contracts, and document retention – if you follow the rules. Are your documents and delivery procedures “legally correct”? This webinar will teach you about electronic documents, delivery, disclosures, record retention, and more.