AVCU's calendar looks forward three months to preview our education partners' upcoming topics. Detailed session outlines and speaker biographies are available via links added approximately four weeks in advance of each session's date. To register for an event, click on its link and and follow the instructions.
Registration options and pricing for Webinars and QuickBites are shown below the calendar. Scroll down also for AVCU's distance learning registration policies or to register in advance by email for sessions which have not yet been linked.
|18||Negotiable Instruments / Endorsements||Christy Crawford|
|Flood Insurance Compliance Review & Update||Angela Lucas|
|19||HR Series: Performance Management: A Seasoned Supervisor’s Guide||Diane Reed|
|24||Social Media Content Strategies for Visibility & Positioning of Your Credit Union Online||Eric C. Cook|
|25||Lending Strategies for Growth, Profitability and Retention||Celeste Cook|
|The TILA/RESPA Integrated Disclosure Line-by-Line Part 1: Loan Estimate||Lisa Zigo|
|26||Director Series: Evaluating Your Board & CEO||Tim Harrington|
|31||Vendor Due Diligence||Brad Bergmooser|
|2||Opening Trust Accounts: Compliance, Documentation, Signing Authority & Deposit Insurance Issues||Mary-Lou Heighes|
|7||ACH Rules Update 2015||Shelly Simpson|
|8||Problem Loan Workout in Today's Market||David Osburn|
|Advanced Issues in Dormant Accounts, Unclaimed Property & Escheatment||Elizabeth Fast|
|9||Current Issues in Physical Security Risk: Regulatory Compliance & Best Practices||Barry Thompson|
|14||A Primer on Recognizing and Handling Troubled Debt Restructuring||Lisa Zigo|
|15||CFPB Real Estate Loan Collection Rules for Mortgage Servicers||David A. Reed|
|20||Integrating Mobile into Your Loan Growth Strategy||Ben Klepzig|
|21||HR Series: Monitoring Employee Work-Related & Personal Social Media: Should We? How? Is it Legal?||Nancy Flynn|
|22||The TILA/RESPA Integrated Disclosure Line-by-Line Part 2: Closing Disclosure||Lisa Zigo|
|23||RESPA / TILA||Wallace Jones|
|Current Trends in Cyber Crime & Payments Fraud||Randy Romes|
|27||Important SAR Procedure Updates from the Revised BSA/AML Examination Manual: Ensuring Compliance & Avoiding Violations||Angela Lucas|
|28||Trust Accounts||Robert Rutkowski|
|Required Compliance Series: Red Flags, Privacy & Ethical Considerations: Know Your Compliance Responsibilities||Angela Lucas|
|29||EMV & Debit Cards: Preparing for the October 1, 2015 Liability Shift||Lee Wetherington|
|30||BSA Compliance Series: Updating Your Credit Union’s BSA/AML/OFAC Risk Assessment||Bill Elliott|
|5||Director Series: Strategic Planning Best Practices for the Board & Senior Management||Celeste Cook|
|6||Revised Escrow Rules Effective August 1, 2015||Angela Lucas|
|7||Compliance Hot Topics||Gaye DeCesare|
|12||ALM Best Practices||ALM Group|
|IRA Series: IRA Death Distributions: Beneficiary Options & Tax Consequences||Linda Kleibrink|
|13||Duties of the Board Secretary: Fundamentals, Best Practices & E-Package Delivery||Ann Brode-Harner|
|14||Trading Spaces Marketing||Mark Arnold|
|Home Equity, HELOC & Second Lien Risk Management, Including Maturing HELOC Guidance||Tommy Troyer|
|19||Five Critical Steps to Mitigating Cyber Attacks||Ron Harbin|
|HR Series: You’re the New HR Officer, Now What?||Kay Robinson|
|20||Advanced ACH Specialist Series: ACH Death Notification Entries (DNEs) & Reclamations: Your Credit Union's Liability||Luann S. Kohlmann|
|21||Lifestyle Lending||Pierre Cardenas|
|Wire Transfer Compliance: Who is Liable?||Elizabeth Fast|
|27||Credit Union Basics for New Employees Part 1: Financial System, Deposit Operations, Lending||Ann Brode-Harner|
|28||Reg Z||Kristen Tatlock|
|The ALLL in Troubled Debt Restructuring: Identifying & Accounting for Impaired Loans||Troy A. Sprang|
CU Webinar Network
– 90 minute live Webinar or Archive w/ CD (usual start 3 PM ET)
The $200 registration fee for these Internet-based presentations includes digital handouts, one Internet connection, and one telephone connection for any number of viewers / listeners. Alternatively for the same $200 fee, the complete recorded presentation of the live session and handouts may be ordered via an archive link complete with all audio / visual components and handouts, which will remain available 24/7 for at least 6 months. As an added bonus, this option includes a free CD containing all content which can serve as an "off the shelf" training program for your future training needs. The registration fee for both the live webinar and the archive is $250.
Credit unions with less than $20 million in assets choosing the Archive option receive discounted pricing of $169.
Illinois Credit Union League – one and two hour QuickBites
(usual start 11 AM ET)
The $125 or $175 registration fee for these telephone conference calls includes digital handouts, one telephone connection for any number of listeners, and unlimited 24/7 access for up to 60 days to an Internet archive recording of the live presentation. Please note: After clicking on any calendar link above to view upcoming QuickBites, submit a registration via the session's "Register" link and enter promotional code partner to receive Vermont's special pricing shown above.
AVCU’s registration policy for distance learning events:
Registrations for live events should be submitted at least four hours before the event begins. Click on the calendar listing above and follow the instructions to register. You may register in advance for events not yet linked by emailing John Cote. Please be sure to include the event title, cost, date, time, and contact person (if other than the email author) to ensure accuracy. Registrations by telephone are not accepted at any time.
Note: Please click on the event link and follow the normal registration process whenever possible as AVCU cannot guarantee registration for live events submitted by email within 24 hours of the event's start time.
Cancellations must be made by email no later than 2:00 p.m. on the Friday immediately preceding the live event, or before the connection instructions and other registration materials are emailed to the registrant by our education partners. Unlikely occurrences such as a speaker cancellation or technical difficulties on the part of a network partner will be handled on a case-by-case basis in accordance with AVCU’s partnership agreements. AVCU and our network partners stand behind and support the quality and value of our educational offerings.