NASCUS/BAI ‘CU Campus 365’ offers wide range of choices to state credit union system
Affordable, customizable on-line compliance and education for credit unions is now available through a new partnership developed between NASCUS and the Bank Administration Institute (BAI).
Under the new partnership –CU Campus 365 — credit union members of NASCUS have access to education and compliance training anytime, anywhere, on affordable terms. CU Campus 365 is offered through the digital resources of BAI, a non-profit, prominent provider of research, training, and leadership programs for credit unions, banks and other financial institutions of all sizes.
“With the onset of the coronavirus crisis, the resulting limitations on travel to training and educational events, it is imperative that credit unions have access to additional learning options and affordable and personalized education in an engaging online classroom format,” said NASCUS President and CEO Lucy Ito. “NASCUS will continue its highly respected and well-attended education and training events, but CU Campus 365 will deliver even more educational opportunities to the credit union system, and will complement the offerings of NASCUS’ in-person education events.”
A highlight of CU Campus 365 is that credit union training administrators can deploy customized training to their staff on a wide variety of subjects and disciplines. That includes choosing from a library of hundreds of courses ranging from lending laws and regulations to BSA/AML laws and regulations. Credit union staff will also be able to access training from a professional skills library that will cover coursework from effective leadership to social media marketing through CU Campus 365.
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