Online Training Newsletter – March 2024

March 19, 2024


ICBA Education presents the Professional Development Planner, a useful tool designed specifically for community banks. This online resource complements ICBA’s Online Courses, improving training and development efforts by helping employees explore career options and positioning them for growth in your bank.

The Professional Development Planner lets users check out different job roles and associated responsibilities to discover what they're interested in. Once a job selection is made, the system generates the qualifications, skills, and special knowledge needed for that role. It also suggests on-the-job learning experiences and training options, like ICBA's 425+ online courses, 150+ webinars, and 37 yearly live events. This gives clear guidance on how to gain the knowledge and skills for completing a plan.

The Professional Development Planner can also help you, as LMS Administrators, with determining what training to assign to employees based on their job function. You might wonder, other than what is required by regulation, what more can I give our employees to help them improve and advance in their careers? The Professional Development Planner has the answers to that question.

If you are interested in learning more, visit here and click on the link “request a demonstration.”

What’s New

On March 5, the following new courses were launched:

  • Information Security

    • AI Information Security

    • Best Practices for Creating AI Prompts

    • Introduction to Generative AI

    • Overview of Basic AI Tools

  • Compliance – Human Resources

    • California Workplace Violence Prevention – For Employees

    • California Workplace Violence Prevention – For Employers

  • Management/Leadership

    • Problem Solving and Decision-Making Series

  • Personal Development

    • Critical Thinking in the Workplace

What’s Coming

A new course on displaying FDIC membership is being created which will cover the new FDIC signage rules that are effective April 1, 2024 (mandatory Jan. 1, 2025).

Did You Know?

Did you know you can search for a course in the Search Courses tab rather than browsing through each of the course catalogs? Enter in a key term and all courses will appear with that key word in the title or description.