MAXX 2020 Paused: CU Learning TRAXX to Offer Credit Union Staff Learning Opportunities

Credit unions can convene virtually with their peers and learn from industry experts via cutting-edge technology.

6/2/2020

While the Northwest Credit Union Association is pressing pause on its annual MAXX Convention this year, Northwest credit unions still can count on their Association for current and thought-provoking content through the NWCUA’s new CU Learning TRAXX program. CU Learning TRAXX is a new educational program designed to include topics and subject matter for all credit union professionals. Sessions in the tracks will be delivered through the Association’s soon-to-be-released, cutting-edge digital platform, which will enable credit union professionals to convene and collaborate with one another, so they can stay connected.

From transforming remote workforces, to exploring ways to promote employee spirit and connectivity, to understanding the rapidly shifting landscape of fintech and cyber-security, credit unions are reimagining what it takes to thrive in this new environment.

CU Learning TRAXX will help credit unions navigate these important changes. The topical and future-focused content series will offer learning opportunities for credit union professionals of every level and discipline. Individual tracks are designed with specific audiences in mind, however, many professionals will find them beneficial, as they cover just-in-time issues affecting the industry, including:

  • Member Engagement
  • Organizational Culture
  • Operational Innovation
  • Risk Management
  • Financial Strategy
  • Leadership Development
  • Community Impact and Partnerships

Launching this summer, CU Learning TRAXX will use a feature-rich online platform to deliver expert guidance and resources to board directors; CEOs and C-Suite colleagues; risk, financial, and technology leaders; regional and divisional managers; retail staff; young professionals; micro-communities, and more. CU Learning TRAXX will enable even more Northwest credit union professionals to connect with their peers and further the Credit Union Movement.

NWCUA will provide more details on individual tracks and registration in the coming weeks, so stay tuned!

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