Online Training Newsletter – November 2022

Nov. 22, 2022


You may already be thinking about 2023 and your bank’s training plans for employees. If you haven’t, you will be very soon as the end of 2022 is approaching quickly. We encourage you to think about two things when planning your online course enrollments for 2023:

  1. When assigning regulatory training, take a close look at the course catalog to review all the courses on a particular subject. We often have a variety of options so that employees can broaden their knowledge without taking the same course every year. Throughout 2023 we will continue to expand the course catalog by creating micro-learning courses in many of the regulatory compliance areas.

  2. Go beyond required training and upskill your employees in other areas of the bank as well as personal and business development. The course catalog includes many “Power Skills” courses in Communication, Human Resources, Leadership/Management, and Personal Development.

From talent development to upskilling tenured employees, self-paced online courses are a great way to empower your team grow beyond their skillsets and build a culture of learning.

What’s New

The new course “Bank Bribery Act” launched Nov. 4. This course is in the General Banking Catalog. Course descriptions, learning objectives, and outline are in the Full Course Catalog.

What’s Coming

We are also launching the following new courses December and January:

  • Homeownership Protection Act

  • Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure


Did You Know?

Did you know that reports within the Learning Management System (LMS) are timestamped at midnight? This means if you pull an Enrollment Report or a Member Report Card and are looking for activity that occurred “TODAY,” you need to enter tomorrow’s date in your report date fields.