CSBS BAI Online Course Catalog
Report Organization and Presentation 45 minutes This course provides all the tools you need to improve your business report writing skills. The course focuses on techniques for sorting, interpreting, and drawing conclusions from data. You will also learn how to use statistical and tabulating techniques to translate raw data into meaningful, easy-to-read graphics to use in reports.
Lending Laws and Regulations
Appraisal Requirements: How to Comply 30 minutes This course, intended for lending personnel, any personnel who deal with appraisals or appraisers, and apprais- ers themselves, addresses how to define appraisals and associated terms, the standards and requirements that institutions must follow, when appraisals are and are not required, who may conduct appraisals and evaluations, what evaluations are, when they may be used, and the requirements for such evaluations, and the standards of an appraisal and evaluation management program. 45 minutes Intended for those who perform appraisal review and/or complete property evaluations, this interactive course provides a comprehensive overview of the appraisal and evaluation process, including best practices of an effective appraisal and evaluation program. 5 minutes Featuring the recently amended threshold for commercial loans, this mini-course provides an overview of thresholds and standards for appraisals and evaluations of federally related transactions. The course is intended for loan officers, loan department management, and other members of credit risk management. 5 minutes This mini-course provides an overview of sound practices for selecting and managing appraisers and evaluators of federally related transactions. The course is intended for loan officers, loan department management, and other members of credit risk management. Bankruptcy 90 minutes This course, designed for anyone involved in consumer loans, is designed to provide the learner with informa- tion on Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy, focusing on the steps lenders can take to minimize losses due to bankruptcy. Major topics include voluntary and involuntary bankruptcy petitions, the qualifications for Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy, the importance of filing a petition, how creditors prepare for the creditors' meet- ing, responsibilities of the parties involved in a bankruptcy case, repayment plan, and the concept of discharge. Appraisals and Evaluations: Comprehensive Appraisals and Evaluations: Thresholds and Standards Selecting and Managing Appraisers Bankruptcy and Consumer Loans
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