Providing banking-specific training and education to enhance banker performance and increase professional worth, the MBA Education Department provides the following categories of training:
Brief descriptions of the major conferences the MBA holds every year. These conferences are devoted to specific bank personnel and feature outstanding industry speakers, as well as interactive sessions for bankers to discuss issues of the day with their peers.
Banking Leadership Missouri
The Missouri Bankers Association’s Banking Leadership Missouri Program is a 18 month leadership development program designed to actively enhance the leadership, organizational, and performance skills of highly motivated mid- to upper-level bankers. The program establishes a network of future bank leaders who understand and can respond to local and national issues impacting the banking industry and their communities.
The program is practical, hard hitting, and quality driven. We will focus on developing a solid understanding of the industry and the skills necessary for leadership that participants can put into practice immediately. Every two years a class of up to 20 Missouri bankers will be selected to participate.
Outlines of the four schools sponsored by the MBA -- School of Lending, Graduate School of Lending, School of Bank Management, and School of Compliance.
Seminars and Workshops
Throughout the year, the MBA sponsors various workshops and seminars on specific, timely topics. Click on this section to see what's coming up.
"In-Bank" Training & Seminars
MBA offers "in-bank" training on a variety of bank compliance and lending issues.
Find out about traditional AIB education opportunities for bankers in Missouri. Online Course
GSB Online Seminars
The Missouri Bankers Association has partnered with the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (GSB) to offer seminars for MBA members live over the Internet. Utilizing state-of-the-art audio and video technology, these new online seminars are designed to save both time and money for banks. Click here for more information on other programs offered by the Graduate School.
Alternative Training Options
Find out about the opportunities available from companies that provide video, Internet, computer-based and other forms of distance learning options to train bankers in your bank, on your schedule.
For more information about any MBA educational program, call John Allen or Cheri Messerli in the MBA Education Department at (573) 636-8151.