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The pros and cons of the Corporate One-sponsored BSA/AML training

By Patty Matthews, Corporate Trainer

April 12, 2016 -- Spoiler alert. There are no cons to our annual BSA/AML compliance training. The title just sounded better that way. But, I do want to point out some of the great benefits you get when you take this training, because BSA/AML and OFAC knowledge and compliance is critical for every credit union, no matter your size.

Benefit Pros Cons

You can take it live.

Attend on May 4 and 5, and get the ProBank certificate. When the auditors ask for your BSA education, show them your certificate and training materials.

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You can take it on-demand.

The on-demand training can stop/start with the click of a button and is available 24/7 for the individual learner. Set your own deadline for completion, and get a Corporate One certificate of participation.

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You save lots of money.

The typical in-person costs for similar educational trainings could be as much $1,200 plus travel/accommodations. With our BSA training, the maximum fee to train your credit union small group is $249. And, an individual can take this six-hour training for just $109.

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You save lots of time.

In-person training can often take up to four days. Our training is only six hours long over two days, and you can do it while sitting in the comfort of your office or home (and preferably with snacks).

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You’re in good company.

Here are the job titles of credit union personnel who attended the 2015 training:

  • Member services representative
  • Fraud investigator
  • Bookkeeper
  • Manager of loans and promotion
  • VP of operations
  • CEO/Manager
  • Teller
  • Head teller
  • Board treasurer
  • Accounting manager
  • VP of finance
  • VP of operations and technology
  • COO
  • Compliance manager
  • Compliance officer
  • AVP member services
  • Operations manager/compliance
  • Controller
  • Branch operations manager
  • Director of risk management
  • Member service manager
  • And more!

(Basically, this training applies to just about every credit union staff position.)

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You will be taken to an external website to register