Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Education

Professional development plays a vital role in banking today. When bankers are well-trained for their jobs, everyone wins -- the bankers, their banks, shareholders and, of course, customers. Recognizing the critical importance of training, the Oklahoma Bankers Association offers an extensive lineup of seminars and schools covering almost every area of bank operations. See our events calendar for upcoming education events. We also provide timely Web seminars.

The Latest

Bank Trainers Conference & Expo 2019 set for May in Atlanta

The Bank Trainers Conference and Expo, hosted by BankerTrainers.com is an annual educational event that brings together hundreds of training professionals, representing financial institutions from across the country and beyond. A wide-variety of workshops cover everything from eLearning to presentation skills and managing change.

Click here for more information.

Scholarships available for graduate banking schools

Several scholarships are now available to bankers from OBA-member banks for various graduate schools of banking. Applications should be submitted to the OBA’s Janis Reeser by email (janis@oba.com), regular mail (643 N.E. 41st St., OKC, 73105) or fax (405-424-4518). The scholarship recipients will be selected and announced no later than April 22.

Click on the links below for more specific information about each scholarship:

GSB-Madison sets 2019 school schedule

The Graduate School of Banking at Madison-Wisconsin has set its 2019 school schedule. Click here for more information on all upcoming school with GSB-Madison.

For specific information on the Financial Managers School, set for Sept. 15-20, click here.

For specific information on the Bank Technology Security School, set for Oct. 6-11, click here.

Janis Reeser

Janis Reeser, Executive Vice President/Education

Email: janisr@oba.com      |      Phone: Ext. 108

Reeser joined the OBA in 1984 as education secretary and was quickly promoted to Director of Banking Schools. She has been in her current position for over 15 years. She is a graduate of Leadership Oklahoma and devotes much of her time to Junior Achievement. She serves on boards and committees of the Oklahoma Council on Economic Education and the United Way.