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CUNAs CPDOnline upgraded
MADISON, Wis. (11/23/11)--The Credit Union National Association's (CUNA) CPDOnline training system has launched an upgraded learning management system and website.

"With invaluable input from our users, we have enhanced the CPDOnline training system to better serve credit unions' needs today and in the future," said Todd Spiczenski, vice president of CUNA's Center for Professional Development.

Serving nearly 30,000 credit union professionals, CUNA CPDOnline  provides more than 350 credit union-specific courses on topics including lending, member services, compliance and more. Its interactive online environment combines the freedom of independent education with the support and collaboration of a classroom setting.

Key enhancements to CUNA CPDOnline include:

  • Enhanced navigation: The streamlined navigation and a clean look makes it easier to access information and relevant news.
  • Improved communications: Users can send notifications to groups via e-mail with CUNA CPDOnline's new message center. With the new collaboration center, users can also engage in conversation, blend learning and post documents for collaborative learning.
  • Extended reporting capabilities: CUNA CPDOnline's new self-reported training function allows learners and managers to post to transcripts and include goals and additional training. Managers also can monitor the progress of their direct reports, keeping track of activities and assignments and follow on-the-job training. All of this can be done through new-scheduled or on-demand reporting.
  • More administrative options: Administrators can assign activities and assignments, including deadlines and reminder notifications. Users also can assign CUNA and credit union courses and control new notifications.


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