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HR/TD Conference Offers SHRM Recertification Credits
MADISON, Wis. (2/13/13)--For the seventh consecutive year, CUNA HR/TD Council's annual conference will offer Society for Human Resources Management recertification credits to attendees. 

The conference will be held April 21-24, at the Grand Californian Hotel in Anaheim, Calif.

Human resources and training topics to be covered include:

  • Innovation;
  • Health care reform;
  • Employee benefits;
  • Leadership skills;
  • Credit union industry update;
  • Disney's approach to training;
  • Generational differences; and
  • Labor and employment law update.
Recipients of the third annual CUNA HR/TD Council Excellence Awards also will be recognized at the conference.

Attendees at the conference can earn up to 15.25 recertification hours toward their Professional in Human Resources, Senior Professional in Human Resources and Global Professional in Human Resources recertification through the Human Resource Certification Institute. Pre-conference workshop attendees will receive three certification credits. Those attending general sessions and breakouts will earn 12.25 credits.
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