Education & Training

2017-18 Agenda


Equifax Data Breach Briefing

A NASCUS members-only Conference Call

Equifax Data Breach Briefing; Oct. 23

This members-only conference call, spanning 90 minutes, offers all the details surrounding the massive data breach at the credit reporting service that has roiled the nation. Our panel of experts will provide to you a complete rundown, including: How the breach happened and continuing vulnerabilities; risk mitigation steps for credit unions; legal fallout from suits brought by State Attorneys General, credit unions, and private citizens; and crisis communications tips for credit unions and regulators. This no-cost event is open to NASCUS members only: state regulators, credit unions, credit union leagues, and system organizations.

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Directors colleges

Directors' Colleges (CT, Nov. 6)

Our Directors’ Colleges are among the only venues in the credit union meeting space where credit union directors — along with senior credit union staff — can hear first-hand from state regulators and learn of their expectations of credit union directors, and the issues that directors will confront, including BSA requirements, cyber security, succession planning, interest rate risk, national issues and much more.

BSA 2017

BSA Conference, Nov. 12-15; Las Vegas

Widely regarded as the premiere BSA conference, this three-day event (with a one-day, bonus pre-conference session) offers compliance officers, state and federal examiners, industry experts and regulators — from beginners to veterans — a forum for discussing and learning about the very latest about the complex federal BSA laws. Hosted in partnership with CUNA. (NISCUE Scholarship application: click here)

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CECL Training, Nov. 7: Charlotte, N.C

A one-day training program co-sponsored by NASCUS (the National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors) Carolinas Credit Union League and the North Carolina Credit Union Division addresses critical issues about the new accounting standard, including:

  • Definition of CECL, rationale for the the change and the policy behind it
  • Implementation dates and strategies for implementing and walking through the methodologies
  • Pitfalls to be aware of and benefits for early implementation
  • How to train Board Members to understand the change

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Mortgage symposium

NASCUS Mortgage Symposium, Nov. 28; Newton, Mass.

A one-day training session providing a high-level overview on topics such as Real Estate Loan workflow, Fannie/Freddie as Investor/Servicer, the Business of Loan Servicing, Economics of Servicing, Servicing Components and Loss Mitigation. Cost is $250 for members, $300 for non-members.

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in 2018!

March 26-27, 2018: State Credit Union Regulator National Meeting (regulators only), National Harbor/Washington, DC

June 3-5: NASCUS/CUNA Cybersecurity Symposium, Nashville

July 16-19, 2018: NASCUS State System Summit, Disney Yacht Club, Orlando, Fla.

Industry days

Industry Days

An up-close look at the state regulatory agenda and practices is offered to credit union leaders — board and executive staff — at these exclusive gatherings with state regulatory officials. Hosted by NASCUS in conjunction with local state supervisors, these intense, one-day programs bring credit union regulators and practitioners face-to-face to share experiences and ideas about developing a stronger state credit union system in their states.

Exam schools

Examiner Schools

These multiple-day schools sponsored by NASCUS offer state examiners a complete look at the ever-changing regulatory environment, with a thorough run-down of the impact on federally insured, state-chartered credit unions from new or proposed federal regulations. In sum: these schools offer participants solid footing in today’s regulatory structure.


Handouts from previous meetings

Presentations/handouts from Oct. 2 and 6 MI Examiner School

Presentations/handouts from Oct. 3 MI Industry Day

Presentations/handouts from Aug. 29-Sept. 1 NASCUS State System Summit

Presentations/handouts from June 5-6 NASCUS/CUNA Cybersecurity Symposium

Presentations from May 30-June 1 Examiner School in Sacramento (click on the highlighted names in the agenda)

Presentations from Credit Union Executive Forum, May 23; Seattle (click on the highlighted names in the agenda)


About our Education & Training program ...

NASCUS is committed to providing superior, quality training and education to state credit union examiners and state credit union managers and staff. The NASCUS Education Committee knows that strong educational offerings for the state credit union examination force and state credit union managers are key to maintaining the safety and soundness of the credit union system.

The National Institute of State Credit Union Examination (NISCUE), through the generosity of NASCUS Credit Union Advisory Council members, funds training programs specifically for state credit union examiners. For more information on NISCUE click here.

For more information about NASCUS educational programs or to register for programs, please contact Isaida Woo via e-mail at or call (703) 528-0796. Throughout the year we add sessions based on the needs of NASCUS members, so be sure to check here for updates.

Additional Education Opportunities for Examiners

The NASCUS Online University (State Examiners Only)

The NASCUS Online University students have free access to more than 150 courses focused on providing familiarity with the trends and issues facing credit unions. The course formats are succinct one- to two-hour modules. Located online at, state examiners can access the University 24 hours a day, seven days a week! This program is valuable for new examiners as well as seasoned examiners looking to update their knowledge and skills. For more information regarding the Online University, contact Brian Knight at