CUNA Releases CUNA Volunteer Achievement Program eBooks
Mark Wolff – CUNA Communications
Amy Nigrelli – CUNA Marketing
Madison, WI (July 10, 2012) –CUNA recently released CUNA Volunteer Achievement Program (VAP) modules in an eBook format. These modules, designed for use on iPads, Nooks, computers and other devices, are the first credit union specific training modules available as eBooks.
“We are very pleased to offer our VAP modules as eBooks,” said Kevin Smith, Director of Volunteer Education at CUNA. “With our new eBook format, credit union volunteers will have more convenient options to get the information and the training they need, whether they are in the office, at home, or on the road.”
By completing VAP modules and the corresponding exams, credit union volunteers will have the opportunity to earn a wide variety of recognitions, awards and pins. The following VAP titles are now available as eBooks:
- V02 Financial Reports for Volunteers, 5th edition
- V03 Managing Risk, 6th edition
- V305 The Basics of Risk Assessment for Volunteers
- V409 Financial Management, 3rd edition
- V415 Asset-Liability Management for Directors, 2nd edition
- V428 Understanding the Audit Report
CUNA Volunteer Achievement Program offers credit union volunteers pertinent credit union information and training in a convenient, flexible format. Through individual, self-study courses designed specifically for board members, these professionals gain the philosophical and financial knowledge needed to assist in their decision-making responsibilities. In all, VAP features more than 40 quick-reading courses on topics such as credit union fundamentals, board of directors and supervisory committee fundamentals, leadership, marketing, planning and regulatory compliance.
For more information on CUNA eBooks and to view the latest titles, visit training.cuna.org/ebooks.
For more information about CUNA Volunteer Achievement Program visit training.cuna.org/vap.
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