Compliance and Regulatory Training
Canada’s financial services industry is among the strongest in the world, in part because of our country’s strong compliance and risk management standards. Cusource® Education has you covered for all your risk management and compliance training needs.
The Risk Management Association (RMA) eMentor is a comprehensive online resource available to all CCUA members free of charge. It provides commercial credit, risk, industry and analytical support information. Learn more and register
Our compliance training package has been developed in partnership with Canadian credit unions and compliance experts to meet all current training requirements. Topics covered include: Privacy, Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Anti-Terrorist Financing.
We worked with Tamlo International Inc., anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing experts, to develop the award-winning program Flag the Money, which consists of customized modules for employees, executives and directors:
- Flag the Money 1: Building Your Knowledge
- Flag the Money 2: Applying Your knowledge
- Flag the Money 3: Expanding Your Knowledge
- Flag the Money for Executives
- Flag the Money for Directors
Note: To comply with FINTRAC guidelines, Flag the Money courses are retired on December 31 of each year and replaced with the following year’s version.
This ongoing training series provides learning on topics such as politically exposed persons and beneficial owners. It also introduces new financial crime topics such as how criminals use virtual currencies and how to recognize the financial characteristics of human trafficking. Each quarter, three new microlearning modules between 3-10 minutes in length will be released.
This 75-minute eLearning module will provide the information employees at all levels of the organization need to manage privacy and security risks. While working through this interactive eLearning module, employees learn how to spot information security threats and gain an understanding of what leads to a privacy breach.
This 30-minute, fast-paced eLearning module outlines what your priorities should be in a robbery situation, no matter what your role, and how you can keep yourself and others safe.
As a credit union employee, you can identify the financial abuse of older adults. The eLearning course Financial Abuse of Older Adults: Recognize, Review and Respond, developed with Prevent Elder Abuse Manitoba (PEAM) and TAMLO, provides you with solutions, tools and resources to help credit union employees respond and manage these situation.
The course is taught through videos illustrating real-life situations. Watch the one-minute trailer video
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