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March SWACHA ACH Boot Camp Canceled; Other Professional Development Opportunities Available
Tuesday, February 25, 2014 6:25 AM

With the Credit Union National Association Governmental Affairs Conference taking place in D.C. this week, and the Oklahoma Governmental Affairs Conference in Oklahoma City slated for March 10-11, and the Cornerstone Credit Union League’s Annual Meeting & Expo taking place in San Antonio April 22-24, it made it difficult for credit unions to fit the SWACHA ACH Boot Camp in their training calendar. Therefore, the boot camp, scheduled for March 3-4 in Oklahoma City, has been canceled.

Presented by Cornerstone and SWACHA – the Electronic Payments Resources – the SWACHA ACH Boot Camp is being offered Sept. 18-19, at the Cornerstone Credit Union League’s headquarters in Dallas. During this two-day program, credit unions will learn how to attack the ACH Rules, chart the course of ACH Return Entries, and navigate the maze of an ACH Rules Book and much more. 

The Oklahoma GAC is being held at the Credit Union House of Oklahoma. The one-day program features a continental breakfast with legislators, an OCUPAC Annual Business Meeting, and a breakout session on how credit unions can get more involved, as well as a federal GAC update, a state legislative update, and a regulatory update. Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin will be a guest speaker March 11.  The Governor will join Oklahoma GAC attendees during their Legislative Prep Session at the Capitol. 

Additional information on the Oklahoma GAC can be found in the Education section of Cornerstone’s website. If you have any questions, please contact Brandon Walker, at (405) 702-8622, ext.221. You may also email

Online registration has opened for the Cornerstone Credit Union League’s Annual Meeting & Expo. The theme for this premiere event of the year is one team…one dream, Unite for Good. In addition to three general sessions, this year’s program features a wealth of educational sessions, covering everything from, surviving on the front lines to understanding fiduciary duties, and identity theft security to using data mining and the cloud to market credit unions to consumers.

For more information on the Annual Meeting & Expo, including registration, please visit the Education section of Cornerstone’s website. If you have any questions, please contact Training & Events, at (469) 385-6630 or (800) 442-5762, ext. 6630

Educational grants are available through the Cornerstone Credit Union Foundation. To learn more, please visit