NCUA's fiduciary rule sets the expectation that federal credit union board members become financially literate within six months of their election or appointment. NAFCU offers convenient ways for credit union volunteers to get financial literacy training and earn a certificate of completion:
How do you receive your certificate?
Certificates for participation in live and on-demand webcasts and the Board of Directors Online Training Course are awarded following completion of the session or event in the NAFCU Online Training Center. After completing the module, click “Take module assessment” to complete a short quiz testing your comprehension. You may then save or print your Certificate of Completion. If you need to request multiple certificates, submit your requests through our online form.
Participants of Financial Literacy Training sessions during in-person NAFCU conferences will receive their certificates onsite at the conference.
For questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call NAFCU Member Services at 800-336-4644.
Who can earn a certificate?
Members and nonmembers of NAFCU can participate in NAFCU’s training programs to earn a financial literacy training certificate. NAFCU members receive discounted rates for education and conference registration.