CUES/BVS Announces It Now Offers 250 Dynamic Learning Courses for Credit Union Staff

Provides fast, comprehensive employee training on topics associated with compliance, member service and more

Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Sept. 28, 2012 – CUES/BVS, a provider of interactive, customizable training and educational support solutions for credit unions, announced it now offers 250 dynamic learning courses for credit unions, which improve employee performance by providing interactive training topics ranging from member service, product knowledge, lending, teller-training and sales to compliance.

The Dynamic Learning Process is designed to grab the attention of busy credit union employees and enable them to retain key lessons in a short time through interactive videos, games and real-world situations that create a more enjoyable experience for the learner. The Dynamic Learning Process uses its automated Dynamic Tutor to customize the learning experience of each employee by evaluating the level of knowledge on a chosen training topic and providing the material that is best suited to match his/her current level of experience. This speeds up the training process and enhances the way employees retain knowledge.

“The Dynamic Learning Process was specifically designed for financial institutions and can be customized to fit the individual needs of credit union staff,” said Roy Karon, CEO and founder of BVS Performance Systems. “It also leverages all the advantages of technology into a solution for quickly and thoroughly training employees on the key skill sets that are needed in a complex, changing work environment.”

For more than 30 years, Cedar Rapids, Iowa-based BVS Performance Systems has provided interactive, customizable and intuitive education and training solutions for credit unions to operate more efficiently and enhance member service. In July 2011, BVS partnered with the Credit Union Executive Society (CUES) to offer online education to credit unions. CUES’ mission is to educate and develop credit union CEOs, directors and future leaders.  For more information, please visit

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