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Earn the credentials of a Certified Credit Union Volunteer (CCUV)

Thursday, March 14, 2013   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Susan Dyer
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CUNA Volunteer Certification School
September 22-27 | Seattle, WA

As a credit union volunteer, the pressure rests on you to prove that you’re capable and competent enough to run credit union operations. You not only need to possess the necessary skills and knowledge, but to prove to your managers, your staff and your members that you’re qualified to fulfill the duties of your role.

At CUNA's Volunteer Certification School, you'll gain a comprehensive understanding of the concrete knowledge and critical skills necessary to fulfill your duties in the directing of a credit union.

Through the completion of this curriculum, you set yourself apart with a proven level of competence and dedication. Highlighted by keynote sessions from Tim Harrington, Michael L. Dougal, Jeff Rendel and David Reed, this school delivers invaluable competencies and prestige.

This year’s certification curriculum features:
  • Governance strategies and best practices
  • Current trends and risks in safety and soundness
  • Hiring and keeping a CEO in the current CEO landscape
  • Prioritizing your members’ interests through strategic planning
  • Building a board and planning its succession
Earn your Certified Credit Union Volunteer (CCUV) designation by successfully completing the curriculum’s certification exams.

Save $200 when you register before July 22.

Prerequisite Information
In order to attend CUNA Volunteer Certification School and earn your CCUV designation, you must complete three self-study prerequisite courses through the CUNA Volunteer Achievement Program