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Spots open for OSCUI training sessions July 23 and 26
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (7/9/14)--The National Credit Union Administration's Office of Small Credit Union Initiatives (OSCUI) is hosting two training sessions during the month of July. Registration for these sessions is still available for credit union staff, managers and leadership.

A training workshop will be held July 23 in Pittsburgh at the Four Points by Sheraton Pittsburgh North Hotel. Industry leaders will lead a discussion on a number of financial operations and strategic management issues.

Sessions include "Protecting Your Credit Union From the Rising Trend of Employment Practices Lawsuits," "Marketing in the Digital Age," "Bank Secrecy Act--Money Services Businesses" and "Examination Modernization."

A leadership boot camp for senior leaders and management will be held July 26 at the Hilton Newark Penn Station Hotel in Newark, N.J. The daylong training program is designed for current and new credit union CEOs.

The program features breakout sessions for managers and directors, providing a chance for credit union leaders to network with their peers. Participants will receive OSCUI's new Credit Union Leadership Resource Guide (see link below).
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