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Banking for Beginners is a library of short, pre-recorded courses for the new employee. This training series is designed to help promote a general understanding of banking systems, money, deposit and loan products and other key topics that employees at a financial institution should be familiar with. During the programs, students will be offered a chance to learn about the history of banking as well as what the future may offer.
Each Course Contains:
- Video module
- Handout in PDF format
- 5 question quiz
- Average session duration less than 15 minutes.
Assign these courses to individual colleagues to be completed all at once, or view the sessions as a group during a weekly or monthly meeting. You may use these educational tools as an introduction to set a solid foundation for employees entering our industry or for those who want to brush up on key areas. Affordable and timely training for your staff is a must have in your training library. Banking for Beginners will help your new hires start out with the right foot forward.
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- A History of Banking
- US Currency
- Understanding the Role of the Federal Reserve
- How Banks Make Money
- How Money Moves
- FDIC Insurance
- The Difference Between Credit Unions and Banks
- Deposit Products
- Loan Products
- Banking Services
- Regulations, Guidance & Laws
- Role of the Banker
- Regulators: Who are they and what do they do?
- Individual Retirement Accounts
- Careers in Banking
Who Should Attend?The content in this course library is recommended for the all new employees at your financial institution.
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