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Registration open for CUNA volunteer certification school
MADISON, Wis. (4/4/14)--Future credit union leaders take note: Registration for the Credit Union National Association's annual volunteer training and recognition program--CUNA Volunteer Certification School--is now open.

The program, which will equip participants with the essential skills and know-how necessary to tackle leadership responsibilities for a credit union, will take place Sept. 21-26 in Vancouver, B.C.

"The certification is not only about volunteers proving their worth to their credit unions, fellow leaders and members, but proving it to themselves as well," said Kevin Smith, CUNA director of learning events. "Each year, attendees leave with the bolstered confidence--not to mention the certified aptitude--to step up in their role and guide their credit unions effectively."

The week will feature curriculum centered on governance, safety and soundness, CEO oversight, strategic planning, and board operations and development.

By the end of the week, attendees will have the opportunity to earn the Certified Credit Union Volunteer designation.

For additional information or to register, use the resource link.
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