CU Learn - 'Your Place to Learn'
CU Learn is a training administration system that will support credit unions in the coordinating and tracking of training activities for their volunteers and staff alike.
CU Learning & Development is delighted to present Pathways to the credit union movement, a suite of new accredited programmes specifically designed for staff and volunteers.
These new programmes, designed in conjunction with UCC, aim to provide high quality education that meets the learning needs of officers at all levels within the credit union. Pathways consists of five new accredited programmes and one existing programme offered by UCC.
Two categories of credit union officer are currently required by the Financial Regulator in the Republic of Ireland to undergo continuing professional development (CPD) - those with a qualification that includes a CPD element, i.e., ACCUP, QFA or CUA holders, and those who were 'grandfathered' by their employer under the terms of the Financial Regulator's Minimum Competency Requirements (MCR).
CU CPD has been developed specifically for credit unions and as such is the only credit union focused CPD scheme available to credit union personnel.
With our e-learning courses you can complete them anywhere online and can stop, continue or repeat the learning when you like. A number of e-learning courses are available to facilitate officers in meeting their CPD requirements, login to CU Learn to start today.
If you are not a CPD member you can still access any of our e-learning titles by paying per course.
ILCU training is developed uniquely for credit unions in areas of specific interest to credit unions.
The spring and autumn open schedule workshop dates and locations have been carefully selected to make them as accessible as possible to the broad demographic of credit union personnel. Several workshops are scheduled for evening or weekend delivery where the predominant audience is volunteers.
A range of workshops suitable for in-house training are also available upon request. From Governance to Member Care; many of the critical areas of running a credit union are covered.
Outstanding Achievement Award
The Irish League of Credit Unions (ILCU) online learning management and training platform - CU Learn, recently received an Outstanding Achievement Award at the Irish Institute of Training and Development (IITD) National Training Awards.
The IITD awards celebrate excellence in learning and development with CU Learn receiving the Outstanding Achievement award for Networks and Groups. This award recognises the unique co-operation that is taking place between organisations who are working together in networks and groups around the country to develop training solutions to meet the demands of their industry.
How to get started
Your Credit Union will need a CU Learn Coordinator set-up before users can register on the system.
Click here to register a CU Learn Coordinator with us.
Once a Coordinator has been selected, credit union staff and volunteers may then register for CU Learn.
To register to use CU Learn your credit union must first be set up with its own CU Learn Coordinator. If your credit union has been set up click here to go ahead and register as a CU Learn user.
If your credit union does not have a coordinator, ask them to contact ILCU to be set up. You may still register but a CU Learn Coordinator from your credit union has to approve your registration before you can use the system.
To check if your credit union is set up with a Coordinator see a full list here
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