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ABA Executive Development Training Roadmap

1-800-BANKERS

www.aba.com


ABA Executive Development Training Courses

Legend

Self-paced Online

Instructor- Classroom Reference Delivery Materials led Online

Economics for Bankers

Financial Accounting

Marketing Financial Services

Agricultural Lending

Analyzing Bank Performance

Managing Interest Rate Risk

Managing Funding, Liquidity & Capital

Managing the Bank’s Investment Portfolio

Ethical Issues for Bankers

Management & Leadership

Managing Change

Rewards & Recognition

Coaching for Success

Sexual Harassment in the Workplace for Managers

Reference

Banking & Finance Terminology

Telephone Briefings

ABA Stonier Graduate School of Banking

ABA Business of Banking School

Core Knowledge

Principles of Banking

Certificates & Diplomas

Executive Development

ABA School of Bank Marketing & Management

AIB Bank Financial Management Diploma

Key to AIB Course Delivery Options

Classroom Delivery

Classroom delivery of AIB courses offers your bank the opportunity to teach our core AIB titles, and our half-day and day-long training programs, in the bank. This allows you ultimate flexibility in scheduling and the ability to customize the content to your audience and your bank’s policies and procedures. In some states, AIB Classes are held at local financial institutions or community colleges though a Local ABA Training Provider.

Instructor-Led Online Training

Instructor-led AIB Online Courses are similar to classroom courses. They start and end on specified dates and, where applicable textbooks

are sent to students prior to the beginning of class. Students log on to the Internet at any time to complete assignments. Assignments and examinations are completed on the Internet. Instructors take an active role in contacting students and assigning homework.

Self-Paced Online Training

Self-paced Internet-delivered classes are from one to eight hours long. Students can begin at any time, on any day, since all coursework and quizzes are completed over the Internet and no textbook is needed.

Reference Materials

For more information: • C  all 1-800-BANKERS and ask to speak with an ABA Relationship Manager • E mail training@aba.com • V  isit www.aba.com.

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ABA Executive Development Roadmap