Training & Education
A primary focus at the League is ensuring that we provide the skills and information to help our credit unions succeed. The League searches for available education resources to bring the best to our credit unions. We offer a robust in-person education calendar, complimented by webinars and teleconferences. These resources cover a spectrum of subject areas and are aimed at member-contact staff, back-office staff, supervisors, managers, CEOs, and volunteers. They include financials, marketing, business development, regulatory compliance, human resources, lending, collections, management, security, technology, and other operational areas.
Click here to learn more about our Compliance Series.
The League and the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) host a number of major events throughout the year. Key events include:
- CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference
- League Annual Meeting & Partners Conference
- Economic Forum
- CT State Governmental Affairs Conference
- League Leadership Conference
- And more!
From Chapter Meetings to CEO Roundtables, the League, Chapters, and Foundations host and facilitate many events. All current dates and event information is available on our online event calendar or download a printable calendar updated quarterly here.
CULCT Training Webinar SeriesThe Credit Union League of Connecticut has partnered with the Credit Union Webinar Network to provide timely, relevant webinars. The Credit Union Webinar Network provides affordable and professional training that is available when you need it. Topics cover the whole spectrum of credit union education including compliance, HR, Board Training, Bank Secrecy Act, Marketing, Operations, and much more! These webinars are an extra resource when our in-person trainings are not convenient. Access the full CULCT Training webinar calendar here.
The League will be launching a two-year management series for rising executives seeking well-rounded credit union knowledge. Details are being developed now. More information to come in 2015. (Registration: approx. $500 per person annually)