Conference Speaking - Supervisory Committee Topics
"Peak Performance for the Supervisory Committee"
You are a seasoned member of your credit union's Supervisory Committee. You know the basics and are eager to do more. Find out what you can do to sharpen your skills and make your contribution as a volunteer even more valuable. In this course we will discuss the benefits of using an Annual Workplan, working with an internal auditor, evaluating your external auditor and keeping them on their toes, steps to make your committee and your meetings more effective and fraud areas you should be aware of.
"Easy and Effective Audit Activities You Can Do"
Even if you are not a trained auditor, there are many audit activities you can do! Take this opportunity to learn audit activities you can perform regardless of your background or life experience. These are procedures that can have a big impact and that someone at your company should already be doing every day. Handouts include a catalog of audit procedures with explanation on their purpose and detailed explanation of the procedure.
"Becoming a More Effective Supervisory Committee" The old adage goes
"Plan your work and work your plan." This is no different for a Supervisory Committee. Developing a Comprehensive Workplan and finding ways to be the best committee you can be will help make your term as a Supervisory Committee very rewarding. This course covers practical ideas on developing a Workplan. It also includes ideas on finding and attracting volunteers, making your meetings more useful, selecting an external auditor, working with Federal and state examiners, and making internal audit functional effective. Handouts include a Workplan Manual. (Note: The content of this course is similar to Fraud: How to Spot It, How to Stop It)
"Supervisory Committee and Internal Audit: Evaluating Your Board and Management Team"
The role of the Supervisory Committee is large and getting larger. You have real liabilities and real responsibilities. Supervisory committees must remain vigilant as the first line of defense against problems that can erode the trust your members have in you. One step in this process is evaluating your Board and Management Team. While the Committee has no requirement to evaluate these governing groups, it certainly makes sense that the behavior, teamwork, independence and effectiveness of these groups is observed and reported upon. This course will discuss what a review of the Board and Management team would entail and how best to report this information.
"Fraud: How to Spot It, How to Stop It"
Fraud of all types has been increasing rapidly. By utilization of proper internal controls, a company forms the first line of defense against fraud. This session assists you in becoming familiar with areas where fraud occurs and discusses controls that can help in the prevention of fraud. Handouts include a list of areas with in the credit union where fraud commonly occurs and suggestions on controls that should be in place to prevent it. (Note: The content of this course is similar to Becoming a More Effective Supervisory Committee)
"Top Issues Facing Credit Unions Today"
This course covers timely and relevant issues that are at the forefront of the credit union movement. The content changes according to recent development and is a great class for all Senior Management and Volunteers.
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