Instructor-led Online Courses

Instructor-led ABA Online Courses are similar to the traditional classroom courses of the American Bankers Association (ABA). They start and end on specified dates and, where applicable, textbooks are sent to students prior to the beginning of class. Students complete assignments and examinations over the Internet. Instructors take an active role in managing the virtual classroom, communicating with students and assigning homework.

No one else offers training like ABA
The American Bankers Association (ABA) has been the leader in bank training for more than 100 years. Today the ABA offers you the same high-quality education in a convenient online format to suit your schedule and career goals.

Benefits to You…
A powerful learning experience
Current and authoritative textbooks and readings.
Experienced online instructors with banking expertise.
Exercises and exams to test your learning.
All the value of a classroom on your schedule.

With more than 30 individual online courses in all we have the courses you need when you want them
Topics include banking basics, lending, retail banking, accounting, trust, bank management, marketing and sales. The high quality of an ABA course is delivered online so set your schedule each week — no need to be online at a certain date or time.

Attention from your instructor, interaction with your peers
All courses facilitated by an instructor who provides feedback on assignments and is available to answer questions.
Peer interaction and discussion are an integral part of the class and maximize the learning experience.
Instructors are banking or training professionals in the industry.
The class size provides the opportunity for as much attention as you need.

ABA credentials, ICB certification and college credit
Courses may apply to more than one ABA diploma or certificate, allowing more rapid attainment of credentials and may also count toward certification by the Institute of Certified Bankers (ICB) — one of financial services’ most highly respected and valued credentials.

Many courses have also been reviewed by the American Council on Education (ACE) for college credit.

Questions? Please contact La Dawn Anderst, IBA Executive Vice President, at (208) 342-8282 or landerst@idahobankers.org.