You know that old saying about
Let the D Net teach you how to open the door.
What is the D Net?
“D Net” is short for “Development Network.”
Different sports have farm teams and semi-pro leagues to help athletes get ready for the big time. Credit unions have the D Net to develop tomorrow’s leaders today.
Become an industry insider
Do you ever feel like you’re on the outside of the industry? People use words that you’re not familiar with. They talk about the industry as if everyone should automatically know everything there is to know. They use acronyms that don’t mean anything to you.
Well, it’s time to get on the inside.
The D Net is designed to help up-and-coming credit union professionals learn about the credit union industry and credit union operations.
So that when your big opportunity comes, you can talk like an insider.
And the best part is, it’s all free.How does it work?
(and the young at heart)
The D Net is geared for young credit union professionals–those under the age of 35–who are looking for a way to open up their career in credit unions. But don’t worry, the young at heart are welcome to join, as well! Whoever you are, we’re here to give you the knowledge that will open doors.
And they're absolutely free
You’re busy. You don’t have a lot of time to travel to events and trainings. So we’re offering industry knowledge in 30-minute webinars that you can attend from your desk. It’ll be like downloading knowledge straight to your brain.
Earn your credit union degree
Once you’ve attended 8 webinars, you’ll earn your Associates Degree in credit unions. Another 8, and you get your bachelors. All the way up to your Phd. And at that point, you’ll pretty much know all there is know.
To move up in the industry
You must learn about it
Just like every industry, credit unions have their own lingo, background, context, and nuances. These classes will teach you the inside scoop on credit unions. We’ll hold one online training each month, for just 30 minutes each. Attend 8, and you earn a certificate–plus the confidence from doing something to advance your career.
We're looking for instructors!
While the Association has the expertise in-house to conduct all of the above classes, we rather suspect that after several webinars from the same person, students may long to hear a different voice.
So we’re looking for experts willing to teach a 30-minute webinar. If you might like to help, send an email to Stephen Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org.