The Credit Union Compliance (CUC) designation provides practical learning material that reflects the significant legislative changes to the Credit Union regulatory structure and incorporates all aspects of the 2012 Credit Union and Co-Operation with Overseas Regulators Act.
The Credit Union Governance & Risk textbook is cross-referenced throughout with specific Acts, Regulations, RCU requirements and Guidance Notes. As such, it is an invaluable resource for anyone working in a compliance or risk management role in a Credit Union.
It’s become more and more important for us in the Credit Union movement to be fully compliant with the Central Bank’s fitness and probity standards and keep up-to-date with regulation. I decided to go with LIA’s course route as it has provided me with the perfect platform and opportunity to become qualified to the required level.
The registration fee for each module starts from €325* and includes examination entry, textbook, webinars as available, and access to our online student resource Your LIA, for study supports.
*See individual module details for individual module prices.
To be awarded the CUC designation by LIA, you must register for and successfully complete a two module educational programme offered by LIA’s academic education partner, the Institute of Banking which is a recognised college of University College Dublin (UCD). Those who successfully complete this two module programme are awarded the Professional Certificate in Credit Union Risk and Compliance by UCD – a 10 ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System) qualification at level 7 of the National Framework of Qualifications.
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