Register by April 20 to join credit union professionals statewide acquiring the career-enhancing designation of Certified Credit Union Financial Counselor (CCUFC). You become more valuable as a credit union employee with the skills to help members gain control of their financial future. Your credit union grows the ranks of its employees in a position to turn troubled members into more financially stable borrowers and savers - a boon to the bottom line as well as to the communities that CCUFCs are well-equipped to serve.
This program orientation session is the first in a series of nine webinars, each of which focus on a distinct learning module requiring additional self-study. Two in-person trainings - which include proctored testing - are also scheduled for August 9 and October 25 in Madison. Completion of all webinars (whether live or via recording) and in-person tests are required to receive the CCUFC designation.
Facilitators (in-person events)
Andy Johnson | National Program Manager, National Credit Union Foundation
Josh Roberts | League VP of System Collaboration & Development
The Wisconsin Credit Union Foundation has significantly subsidized the program to encourage all of Wisconsin’s credit unions to get their staff certified as CCUFCs.
Registration fees are per person and include nine webinars, books and exams and two in-person workshops.
Credit unions < $50M: $200
Credit unions $50M - $100M: $325
Credit unions $100M - $500M: $425
Credit unions > $500M: $525
On average, students should expect to spend approximately 120 minutes studying each module and 60 minutes to complete each practice exam
Contact Josh Roberts, League VP of System Collaboration & Development