Continuing Education Credits (CEUs) can be earned by attending a non-NAFCU conference,
event, or webcast, so long as the program is educational in nature and focuses
on compliance and/or regulatory topics. Program
topics that qualify for CEUs include:
- Anti-Money Laundering
- Asset Liability Management
- Power of Attorney
- NCUA Exams
- Enterprise Risk Management
NAFCU reserves the right to disqualify programs that do not
meet the standards required for CEU credit.
A total of .5 CEU is credited for each 30-minute increment
of training. Credits are not awarded for
quarter-hour increments, but you may round up to the half hour. (Therefore, if
your training is 1.25 hours, you would earn 1.5 CEUs.) There is a $5 fee per .5 CEU earned.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Please do not pay for more CEUs than are needed to reach 24 CEUs during your recertification period. For example, let’s say that you need 2 more CEUs to reach 24. If you take a training class that qualifies for 8 CEUs, you do not need to pay the full $80 for those 8 CEUs. You only need to pay for the 2 CEUs required to recertify, or $20.
To check your CEU total on the NAFCU website, log in and look at the orange box on the upper right side of the page. Your CEU total will be listed there. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
You are no longer required to submit non-NAFCU training program information for pre-approval for CEU credit. Please just follow the guidelines above to determine if the program qualifies for NCCO credit. Then click the above link to submit the form with payment.
If you have questions on whether a program’s
content will earn CEUs for your NCCO recertification, please send an email to email@example.com
along with the program agenda/schedule and session descriptions.