New directors want a better understanding of their role and of the business for which they are accountable. Experienced directors want to be-in-the know about current governance issues and trends. Both groups are in constant search for ways of strengthening their corporate governance practices. The highly respected Credit Union Director Achievement (CUDA®) Program has been designed to meet these needs.
The CUDA® program delivers the most current thinking about credit union corporate governance in Canada. This program is a road map to the knowledge and skills required to effectively govern co-operative financial businesses.
There are three levels in the CUDA® Program: Foundations of Governance
, Governance in Action
, and Governance Application
. Each level includes several modules and/or workshops providing in-depth learning. Since 2007, directors who complete the CUDA program are accredited by Dalhousie University as an Accredited Canadian Credit Union Director.
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REGIONAL TRAINING & WEBINARS
Throughout the year, webinar sessions and intensive classroom CUDA® courses are offered over a series of days in regions across Canada. These sessions are open to all directors and provide the value of networking opportunities between training.
View the latest sessions and dates on our Governance News and Resources
If you are a director of a credit union board, you can become an
Accredited Canadian Credit Union Director
(ACCUD) by first completing the CUDA® Program
, and then writing a qualifying exam. The ACCUD accreditation has continuing education (CE) requirements which need to be met each year. CE credits are all
CUDA® Level C
electives as well as Governance webinars.
To view the list of Accredited Directors by province click here
To register for the CUDA® program, contact
You can also visit the
Governance News and Resources
page for the latest updates on learning programs for directors.
2017 Board Governance Course Catalogue
CUDA Program Brochure
LinkedIn for Directors
Submit your CE Credits
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