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Advanced CU Financial Counselor School in March lineup
MADISON, Wis. (1/25/08)--Credit union professionals working in financial counseling, collections and loan departments can stay current on financial counseling practices with a new offering on the Credit Union National Association’s (CUNA) March on-site training schedule. CUNA’s Certified Financial Counselor: Advanced is scheduled March 30 through April 4 in Miami, Fla., to help professionals build on their financial counseling for student loans, delinquent taxes, reverse mortgages, leadership, presentation skills and developing community relationships. The school also meets recertification requirements for the Certified Credit Union Financial Counselor designation. The Certified Financial Counselor School: Part 1 will take place in Miami during the same period. The school will address the role of financial counselors in helping members prevent and resolve financial problems, spending plans, improving credit worthiness, creditors’ rights and remedies, creditor/member relations and designing a counseling program. Students can take part one of a two-part exam for the Certified Credit Union Financial Counselor certification at the end of the school. Other March events include:
* The CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference, March 2-6 in Washington, D.C.; * The CUNA Marketing and Business Development Council Conference, March 16-19 in Nashville, Tenn. The conference will cover mobile marketing, media buying, creative business development strategies and current issues, strategic marketing, branding and measuring success; * Collections and Bankruptcy School: Introduction, March 9-14 in San Diego; and * Business Lending and Services Conference, March 12-14 in Tempe, Ariz., which teaches credit union professionals how to build a business learning program.
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