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CSBS Online Learning Platforms

 

CSBS Learning Management System (LMS): This platform contains the primary courses of the CSBS Day One Examiner Training programs as well as numerous courses related to Bank Safety & Soundness, Mortgage Regulation, Money Service Business Regulation, and more. The LMS can be found at www.CSBStraining.org. For information on enrolling in these courses in the LMS, please contact Tom McVey (tmcvey@csbs.org) or Kim Chancy (kchancy@csbs.org).

 

Regulatory University: This platform contains largely compliance based training for BSA, Lending, Deposit, and Operations areas. In addition, the platform also includes soft skills courses such as listening skills, ethics, information security, conflicts in the workplace, and more. The platform can be found at www.RegulatoryU.com. For information on enrolling in these courses, please contact Tom McVey (tmcvey@csbs.org) or Kim Chancy (kchancy@ csbs.org)

Access to both of these platforms is included in our annual online training program for $50 per user per year and is capped at $1,000 per agency per year.

 

Day One: Online Examiner Training: (registration open - click here to continue)

Day One: Bank Safety & Soundness Examiner Training
This course is a comprehensive training package for entry-level state bank safety and soundness examiners, as well as seasoned examiners needing a refresher or cross-training.

Day One: Mortgage Examiner Training
This comprehensive basic course is designed for newly hired examiners first day on the job and as a great refresher for more experienced examiners. Your department will be closely involved in your examiner's training throughout the course. Each of the 49 chapters in the course ends with a "Next Steps" assignment that often requires involvement of more senior department staff.

Successful completion of 44 Regulatory University courses spread out among the chapters is also a requirement for completion of this program.

A commitment of approximately 100 hours will be required to complete the course. It may be completed without a break, or over the course of weeks or months.

Day One: MSB Examiner Training
This course is part of the Self-paced Online Training Package that has an annual fee of $50 per user or $1,000 per agency, whichever is lower.  The package includes all content in Regulatory University and the self-paced content in Brainshark.  Once you register for this course, you will receive a welcome email and login instructions and your agency will be billed for your participation.

Fraud Identification Training
The Fraud Identification Training course examines financial institution practices and procedures that would be considered red flags, potential examination procedures that would identify such weaknesses, and the corrective measures needed to improve them. The course consists of 21 case studies drawn from regulatory agencies, and lessons learned from each of them.

The course is conducted and facilitated over a 5-week time period. The participant has a variety of assignments to complete, either electronically or using printed materials. The estimated amount of time to successfully complete this course is approximately 8 hours a week, for 5 consecutive weeks. The participant may also choose to complete the course in a single 40-hour week.

Real Estate Appraisal Review
The Real Estate Appraisal Review course analyzes how the regulatory agencies and supervised institutions use appraisal reports, describes the various types of appraisal reports, explains the appraisal valuation process, identifies and describes the relevant factors about the property and the market, describes the identification aspects of highest and best use analysis step of the appraisal valuation process, describes and applies the methods of valuing land, describes, identifies and measures the forms of depreciation, describes and applies the cost, sales comparison, and income approaches to valuation, and defines pertinent appraisal terms.

The course is conducted and facilitated over a 5-week time period. The participant has a variety of assignments to complete, either electronically or using printed materials. The estimated amount of time to successfully complete this course is approximately 8 hours a week for 5 consecutive weeks. The participant may also choose to complete the course in a single 40-hour week.

 
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