Calendar

  1. June 2018

    1. Sunday, June 3, 2018
      1. Event image Multi-Day Event12:00 PM Sunday – 5:00 PM Thursday at State College

        School of Banking >

        The PA Bankers' School of Banking is the foundation on which successful banking careers are built. Analogous to 100-level college course study, the school focuses on four primary areas of banking: leadership, sales and marketing, bank environment and finance. More >
  2. July 2018

    1. Sunday, July 29, 2018
      1. Event image Multi-Day Event12:00 PM Sunday – 12:00 PM Friday at State College

        Advanced School of Banking >

        The three-year Advanced School of Banking encompasses a variety of learning techniques to build upon and expand the knowledge acquired at the School of Banking. The application of new financial services knowledge and skills will be important to participants moving to the next level of their career, while paving the road for them to become leaders at any level within their organization. The curriculum, including the BankExec™ asset/liability simulation in Year III, provides a greater understanding of the multiple banking disciplines and how those disciplines work together within the bank. Program is appropriate for banking professional seeing to increase their knowledge, sill and personal and professional growth, mid-level management from all disciplines, supervisory staff, and banking individuals from outside the industry motivated to expand their banking knowledge and skill. Graduates of the Advanced School of Banking (since 2010) are eligible to apply for American Bankers Association (ABA) Stonier’s Accelerated two-year program. More >
  3. September 2018

    1. Tuesday, September 25, 2018
      1. Event image Multi-Day Event8:15 AM Tuesday – 3:00 PM Thursday at Harrisburg Area

        School of Compliance >

        Regulators continue to emphasize the importance of a comprehensive compliance management system supported by a knowledgeable compliance officer and management team. The school focuses on the regulatory issues with the highest risks and incorporates discussion of “real-life” examples and best practices. More >