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. CCUA Education & Professional Development has you covered for all your risk management and compliance training needs.
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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: Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Anti-Terrorist Financing, Privacy, Information Security, Robbery, and Elder Financial Abuse.
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:
This library of Flag Financial Crime micro-learning courses keeps anti-money laundering and financial crime issues in the forefront of your mind. Key concepts from the annual Flag the Money courses are reinforced and related financial crime topics are introduced.
Each microlearning module is 3–9 minutes long. These 48 highly-concentrated lessons include new financial crime subjects not addressed in your annual AML training. The completed series of all 48 modules is available to enroll with this package.
Safeguarding member information is a matter of vital important to Canadian credit unions. In this course we will cover Canadian privacy sector laws that govern the collection, use, and disclosure of personal information. This 60-minute eLearning module will provide employees with the information they need to carefully navigate privacy law and tax compliance regulations. While working through this module, learners will gain an understanding of the 10 Privacy Principles, Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL), the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), and Common Reporting Standards (CRS).
The credit union system is facing a growing need to keep its member information secure. The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre reported that in 2021 in Canada, $379 million was lost to scams and fraud. This 45-minute eLearning module will provide the information employees at all levels of the organization need to manage information security threats. This course will explore popular threats, including malware, phishing, and social engineering attacks. As you progress through the content, you will develop your ability to spot a security threat 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 situations.