CUNA Virtual facilitator school launched

on "April 30, 2021 11:28 am"

Classes in training and facilitation await credit union leaders and trainers who attend CUNA Facilitator Certification Virtual School.

CUNA Facilitator Certification Virtual School
June 22, 24, 29 and July 1, 2021, Virtual

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cuna logoCUNA is thrilled to launch a new event, the CUNA Facilitator Certification Virtual School, where credit union leaders can learn to lead high-impact meetings and learning events. Collaboration is at the heart of what credit unions do, and we designed this school in response to feedback from our members interested in optimizing meeting and training time.

Expect these takeaways from the virtual school:

  • Knowledge of how to plan, deliver and evaluate an effective learning event
  • Identify presentation management skills and how to achieve a motivational and engaging presentation flow
  • Best practices on how to gain the audience's interest, trust and attention
  • Understanding of adult learning theories and how to apply them for learner success
  • Evaluate group dynamics to encourage learners to work constructively together
  • Discover various training tools to be used within the classroom, meeting room and/or virtual environment

In addition to these valuable takeaways, you'll be able to further your professional development through the opportunity to earn the Certified Credit Union Facilitator (CCUF) designation. It demonstrates your ability to lead effective meetings and training events that achieve desired outcomes. Designees understand how to analyze, develop, design, implement and evaluate the results of meetings.

There will be pre-learning, engaging live and recorded sessions, and opportunities to connect with others. (Only those who attend live are eligible for CCUF certification.)

Who Should Attend?

  • Credit union trainers and meeting facilitators who want to develop strong and engaging learning events and meetings
  • Anyone at the credit union who wants to present information with stronger impact and increased attendee engagement
  • People new to a role or tenured trainers
  • Mid-level managers in support staff roles