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We understand our clients have unique business requirements, so we created flexible training packages to best meet the needs of your financial institution.

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  1. Active Shooter Response for Financial Institutions – E3

    This course covers how to survive an active shooter attack using the run, hide, fight tactic. It delves into critical incident management and how an emergency action plan can use the unique characteristics of financial institutions as assets to increase survivability. Finally, it describes how to identify and prevent violent behavior in the workplace.

    25 Minutes

    Series: Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Banks, Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Credit Unions

    Course Type: E3

  2. Americans with Disabilities Act – E3

    This course provides an overview of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), its purpose, and how its provisions are organized. This course will specifically focus on the requirements of Titles I and III of the ADA. Your financial institution must comply with the employment provisions of Title I and the public accommodations provisions of Title III presented in this course.

    60 Minutes

    Series: Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Banks, Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Credit Unions

    Course Type: E3

  3. Advertising Compliance – E3

    This course provides you with a detailed assessment of the various federal laws and regulations that govern advertising for financial institutions. It will also discuss advertising practices that are permitted and prohibited so that you can understand how to comply and the penalties for noncompliance. 

    90 Minutes

    Series: Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Banks, Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Credit Unions

    Course Type: E3

  4. Security of Member Information Guidelines

    Explore information security program guidelines for credit unions, and learn how these rules affect job responsibilities at every level of the organization.

    20 Minutes

    Series: Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Credit Unions

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  5. Member Information Security Awareness (MISA)

    Explore specific requirements and general rules you must follow to ensure the security of member information.

    45 Minutes

    Series: Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Credit Unions

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  6. CCPA

    In today's ever-advancing technology-driven environment, data is continually changing hands. Whether the data comes or goes by way of paper or computer, this information must be safeguarded to the fullest extent possible. Upon completion of this course, employees and supervisors will have a better understanding of the California Privacy Rights and Enforcement Act (CCPA) of 2020. This course is intended to help you recognize CCPA violations and how to address them.

    30 Minutes

    Series: Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Banks, Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Credit Unions

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  7. Bomb Threats and Other Security Issues

    The threat of violent crimes against financial institutions is an unfortunate reality. Consequently, understanding your role when responding to emergency situations is critical. Prepare for the unexpected, and discover ways you can protect yourself, your colleagues and customers against these types of threats.

    60 Minutes

    Series: Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Banks, Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Credit Unions

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  8. Limitations on Interbank Liabilities – Regulation F

    This course is designed to describe the risks related to interbank liabilities. It also explains the basic policies and procedures needed to comply with Regulation F.

    20 Minutes

    Series: Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Banks, Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Credit Unions

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  9. The Importance of Third-Party Vendor Management

    Third-party vendor management is a hot topic for all organizations providing financial services. Several federal regulators, including the Federal Reserve Board, OCC, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, FFIEC, and more, have issued guidance on how financially-related organizations should be managing third parties. This course introduces the concept of third party vendor management, explains it as an element of risk management, reviews the regulatory requirements and expectations surrounding it, and also identifies best practices.

    60 Minutes

    Series: Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Banks, Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Credit Unions

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  10. Understanding the FFIEC Final Guidance on Social Media

    The FFIEC Guidance is intended to assist financial institutions in understanding compliance and legal risks that may arise with the use of social media. The Guidance also highlights operational and reputational risks that a company may face as a result of a poorly-developed or managed social media program. By the end of this course, you will be able to describe the information presented in the Guidance, as well as determine appropriate action when presented case studies and discussion scenarios regarding financial institutions and social media.

    60 Minutes

    Series: Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Banks, Enterprise Risk Management & Compliance for Credit Unions

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced