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ACB On-Line Training – In conjunction with the Community Bankers Webinar Network, ACB offers in excess of 150 programs each year addressing relevant banking hot topics. This method of training is convenient, cost effective and requires no time out of the bank. In case scheduling for the initial broadcast is a problem, sessions are recorded and available for re-broadcast at your convenience. Create your own in-house training library. In addition, we are currently offering sale pricing of $175.00 each for selected topics. No Bundles - No Minimum. Click Webinar Sale to see what's available and may be of interest.
The Barret School of Banking is the banking education of choice for bank employees with executive management potential. Located on the campus of Christian Brothers University in Memphis, Tennessee, Barret offers a three year, one week resident session each year, executive level banking school. The “generalist” curriculum is ideally designed for community banks and the price is attractive as well. Click on their logo to learn more about the exiting world of banking at Barret.
The Center for Financial Training offers banking courses and diploma programs designed for entry-level through mid-management employees. Their programs, including the Principles of Banking course, are available Online or via Correspondence Study. Reasonable pricing and quality programs are their hallmarks. Click on their logo to see the latest catalog of programs.
Through ACB’s alliances with our trusted services providers, there is a tremendous wealth of information available regarding current trends in bank regulation, technology, law, accounting, marketing, compliance, insurance, payments systems…. just to name a few.
In-sites makes this information accessible and available for your use in evaluating and implementing solutions to the challenges you face as a community banker.
Clicking on the logos will take you to that particular services provider’s resource library. Once there, you’re free to search and explore and hopefully find alternatives that work for you.
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