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If your board and management lack ready access to the continued training and education expected of them, find the right selection of online options.
In the end, every decision should boil down to the needs and strengths of your credit union and your training team.
The CUNA State of the Training Industry survey results show that executives have quickly adopted the use of mobile devices and that 20% and 35% of credit unions have taken steps to allow for mobile training for non-management staff and board members respectively.
Showing the crowd the impact technology can have on training, the Learning & Organizational Development team of Summit Credit Union in WI took home the 2012 ELLy e Learning Award for their development of an entirely new web-based training program for their credit union.
How should I endorse my check when using Mobile Deposit?
In order for your deposit to process correctly, please sign the back of the check and then write: "For Mobile Deposit to Security CU". After depositing a check using SCU Mobile Deposit, what should I do with the original check?
272480115 This number is often needed along with your credit union account number to sign up for automatic deposits or payments.
After years of scaled-back spending, credit unions are once again finding budget space to dedicate to professional development.
Technology If a new team member isn’t in your future, renew your approach and seek ways to redefine your day-to-day to be sure your time is spent in the most impactful fashion.According to results from the most recent CUNA State of the Credit Union Training Industry Survey, approximately half of United States credit unions intend to increase annual training investments in both 20, while no more than 10% see themselves cutting back.With budgets allowing for additional training investments nationwide, the challenge becomes allocating those budgets wisely and competitively. (ELL), CUNA asked credit union professionals about their plans, goals and concerns to get a feel for what credit union training would look like in 2013.We are working to maintain the World Wide Web Consortium’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 Level AA (WCAG 2.0 AA) as our web accessibility standard.It is our intent to fully comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act and as part of this commitment, we are continually working to improve our website to make it more accessible.