Webinar Subscription Packages are training budget friendly

on "July 09, 2021 10:00 am"

The average financial institution spends thousands of dollars on every employee for training per year. OnCourse Learning wants to help you provide all the training your employees need at a fraction of the price.

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How much does your financial institution spend on training? With a Webinar Subscription Package (WSP) from CUWebinars.com, we can help you greatly reduce that expense. With over 200 titles on our website, CUWebinars.com is your one stop shop for all your Webinar needs!

The average financial institution spends thousands of dollars on every employee for training per year. We want to help you provide all the training your employees need at a fraction of that priceā€”up to 30 perccent. Can't attend? OnDemand playback is included.

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Benefits

  • Shareable for your entire institution
  • Simplify your budgeting process
  • Lower rate than purchasing individual webinars
  • Ability to choose Live, OnDemand, or CD Registrations
  • WSP Credits do not expire
  • Over 300 Webinars to choose from each year

Webinar Subscription Packages:

Membership Level

# of Credits

Price

Savings

Bronze

5

$895

10%

Silver

10

$1,695

15%

Gold

20

$3,195

20%

Platinum

50

$7,350

25%

Diamond

100

$13,650

30%

 

Don't see a package that fits your needs?
Contact us for a custom quote!

Credit Structure

  • Live or OnDemand - 1 Credit
  • CD ROM and Handouts - 1.25 Credits
  • Live PLUS OnDemand - 1.25 Credits
  • Premier Package - 1.5 Credits

What our Customers are Saying:

"The speaker clarified a lot of information for me, I will not have to contact my legal counsel as often now and will be saving money on legal fees for my Credit Union. Thanks." - Lisa St. Francis, Rocky Mountain Law Enforcement FCU

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