2019 is here, which means it’s time to start the year off on the right foot. Whether you’ve resolved to exercise more, eat healthier or pick up a new hobby, making a list of ways to improve yourself in the new year can help you achieve your long-term goals. Why not make a list of ways to improve your FEDucation?

If you kept up with your FEDucation in 2018, you’ll be happy to see that we are continuing to provide educational content about our services and resources that make your job easier. If 2019 is the first year of your FEDucation, we hope you’ll enjoy discovering the variety of webinars and educational resources available to you.

Register for a Check Adjustments webinar

Throughout the year, we provide instructor-led Check Adjustments webinars to advise and teach your institution how to best work on check adjustments efficiently. Registration is now open for the Check Adjustments Insights into Investigation Types (ITYPS) (Off-site) webinar and the Principles and Concepts of Image Cash Letters and Electronic Check Adjustments (Off-site) webinar. Both webinars have dates available through March, so you can pick one that works for your schedule. To learn more about how these webinars can help your staff, check out our article “Bank First highlights the benefits of attending a Check Adjustments webinar.”

Sign up for an on-demand webcast offering

In addition to our Check Adjustments webinars, we also offer 24/7 on-demand webcasts. Choose from either of the topics below to continue your FEDucation on your own time!

Additional opportunities

Our Events and Education page has plenty of learning opportunities. In addition to our webinars and webcasts, you can also find the following resources:

  • Industry Events - The Federal Reserve Banks participate in many industry meetings and conferences throughout the year. See what we’re up to!
  • Products & Services Education - Support your organization’s use of Federal Reserve Bank Services by taking advantage of these online learning opportunities for various service areas.

Action Item:

Kick off your 2019 FEDucation by signing up for a webinar on the Federal Reserve Bank Webinars page today!