Education & Training

2019 Agenda

CHOOSE THE PROGRAMS/SESSIONS THAT ARE RIGHT FOR YOU!

Downloadable calendar of 2019 events coming soon (2018 calendar available here)




NASCUS ERM Training

Feb. 7

Needham, MA

Enterprise risk management (ERM) is a process implemented by an institution’s board of directors, management and staff and applied at a high level across the institution. It is designed to identify potential events that may affect the bank, and to manage risk to be within the your “risk appetite” to provide reasonable assurance of achieving your objectives. Is it the “Holy Grail” of risk management or simply the combination of an institution’s existing compliance programs? This interactive session will cover the details of a high level, institution wide ERM program and to identify significant strategic issues that are important for the institution to successfully integrate into its risk management program and the examiner to identify weaknesses.



National Meeting

April 1-3, 2019

National Harbor (Washington, DC)

The program is rapidly coming together for the 2019 NASCUS State Credit Union Regulators National Meeting, for regulators only (April 1-3 at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in National Harbor/Washington, D.C.) - and is something you won't want to miss.



CECL Symposium

April 10-11

Charlotte, NC

Join NASCUS, the Carolinas Credit Union League and the North Carolina Credit Union Division to learnl about the new Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL) accounting standard in a two-day session scheduled for April 10-11 in Charlotte, N.C. The CECL model is the future model for recognition and measurement of credit losses for loans and debt securities. The impact of this new loss model is expected to have a significant impact within credit union industry. This session provides an update of the current status of the standard and how credits unions can begin to start their modeling process. 



NASCUS/CUNA BSA (Ohio)

April 23-24, 2019

Columbus

The Ohio Department of Commerce invites you to participate in our 2019 BSA in conjunction with the Credit Union National Association (CUNA). The BSA conference is scheduled for Tuesday, April 23 through Wednesday, April 24. The BSA conference will take place at the Sheraton Columbus Hotel at Capitol Square. First time BSA certification and Re-certification will be offered on April 23 followed by the BSA examination. Topics will include Marjiuana, MSBs, Cybersecurity, Elder Abuse, Human Trafficking, Payments and Enforcement Actions.



NASCUS 101 Member Orientation

April 25/Oct. 24, 2019; 2 p.m. ET for both (one hour)

Webinar (no charge)

Join us for either one (or both) of our one-hour webinars that brings members, prosepective members or anyone else interested in NASCUS (the voice of the state credit union system). These events explain: The unique leadership composition of NASCUS (through state regulators and credit unions); the association’s distinctive membership model that includes state regulatory agencies, credit unions, credit union leagues, and industry partners (associate members); association accreditation programs, committees, the National Institute of State Credit Union Examination (NISCUE). There is no charge for either of the events; advance registration is required (watch this space for more information to come about registration).



Cybersecurity Conference

June 10- 12, 2019 (Pre-Conference - June 9 )

Austin, Texas

With the digital landscape continuing to develop, consumers and regulators are raising their expectations when it comes to digital security standards. In this three-day event (with a pre-conference session June 9), participants may arm themselves with the knowledge to deliver on credit union supervision and provide insights for safe security operations. The NASCUS/CUNA Cybersecurity Conference June 9 -12 in Austin, TX, helps participants connect with other credit union professionals who are passionate about enhancing credit union cybersecurity.



NASCUS State System Summit 2019

Aug. 13-16, 2019

San Francisco, CA

Our State System Summit is a unique event which brings together credit union regulators and practitioners for mutual exchange and dialog. It's a rewarding opportunity for both groups, as they listen to ideas, share thoughts and look for solutions to the challenges and opportunities facing the state credit union system through dialog and networking. You, your directors and your staff can take advantage of this outstanding opportunity too -- to participate in educational workshops, insightful discussions and networking events geared specifically toward the state credit unions system - CEOs, state regulators and industry leaders!



BSA Certification Conference

Nov. 18-21

Tempe, AZ

As the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) related crimes continue to evolve, it's extremely important for credit union practitioners and supervisors to keep up with these new forms of illicit trafficking and money laundering to stay compliant and protect your members. Attendance at the 2018 CUNA Bank Secrecy Act Certification Conference, presented with NASCUS, ensures participants will learn about this vital Act, the recent changes affecting its implementation and industry best practices to help all stay compliant. Attendance at this program also offers the opportunity to certify or recertify for the Bank Secrecy Act Compliance Specialist (BSACS) designation.


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.

Directors colleges

Directors' Colleges

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.


Handouts
from
previous
meetings

(members only)

Presentation from Nov. 1, 2018 NASCUS 101 webinar

See handouts from additional past meeetings (members only)

12/11/18

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 isaida@nascus.org. 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 www.nascusonline.org, 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 brian@nascus.org.