With each Kansas credit union member, and every Kansas
credit union, our voice is strengthened and together we can make a difference.
Third in the series of about the value of
Strengthen your credit
union for tomorrow’s opportunities and challenges. Training and educating your
staff keeps them in tune to technology changes, financial regulations and a
step ahead of the competition.
We are always looking
for new ways to add value to you. This year, a partnership with the Missouri
Credit Union League and the Nebraska Credit Union League has proved more
networking and training opportunities for your credit union.
Our training department provides
hundreds of learning opportunities. In fact more than 1,000 credit union staff
has taken advantage of webinars, conferences, and in-house training.
We want you to stay ahead of the game. In 2013, the training department has:
125 distance learning opportunities to more than 520 registrants in the
areas of lending, marketing, operations, volunteers, compliance and
11 in-person training seminars to more than 215 participants covering
topics in compliance, IRAs, bankruptcy and collections, lending, marketing
and credit union history, philosophy and structure.
11 customized in-house training sessions, conducted training needs
assessments and developed learning plans for credit union staff.
two-day training available to 287 convention attendees on more than 16
topics - all for less than what you
might pay for a single-topic training session anywhere else.
a Technology Council and increased our Marketing, Lending and CUnext Young
Professionals Council memberships to 115 members.
nearly $5,500 in scholarship assistance to credit unions through the Youth
Education and Scholarship (YES) Committee for KCUA and CUNA sponsored
education events and the KCUA Annual Meeting & Convention.
Our diverse training options enable your credit union to be innovative and
resilient, vital traits essential for your credit union to grow and prosper. The League-credit union
partnership is an integral element in the survival of credit unions. It ensures
our financial health, supports our community efforts, and gives consumers a
choice in choosing a financial institution.