Online & Correspondence
Online Training & Correspondence Study
American Institute of Banking (AIB) courses are offered in a variety of delivery formats to fit every
student's needs and schedules and include online training and correspondence study options.
With more than 100 course titles covering a range of banking topics, the NBA offers opportunities
for your employees and for your bank to excel at what our industry does best.
For more than 100 years, the American Institute of Banking (AIB) has been the industry standard in professional continuing education and training for bankers. This practical education for the financial services industry is tailored for all levels of employees, from frontline staff to senior executives, helping managers map a career path for their employees. If you would like AIB to offer a specific course in your community, please e-mail Joanne Smith with the NBA Education Center with the course name, location, and suggested dates.
AIB Resource Guide
The American Institute of Banking (AIB) is a continuing education curriculum for the financial services industry. The programs are instructor-guided, include measurements of learning, and are designed to increase job skills and enhance knowledge. Completion of prescribed programs leads to industry-recognized AIB Diplomas and Certificates and may support professional certification and license requirements. AIB classes are offered across Nebraska in live, online and correspondence formats.
- AIB Resource Guide for 2012-2013/Table of Contents
- About AIB
- Course Descriptions
- Diploma / Certificate Requirements
- Textbook Pricing
- Diploma / Certificate Application
- Transcript Request Form
- Transfer of Credit Request Form
- In-House Training Information
Whether you are a new employee or an experienced professional in the financial industry, AIB classes are designed to enrich your knowledge of our remarkable and ever-changing industry. This Resource Guide provides an overview of the programs offered by the Nebraska Bankers Association, including policies and procedures. Please phone us at (402) 474-1555 if you need further information.
For More Information Contact:
Education and Member Information Administrator
Nebraska Bankers Association / 233 South 13th Street, Suite 700 / PO Box 80008 / Lincoln, NE 68501-0008