Register now for industry insights on CFPB expectations, ChatGPT and large language modeling, debt buying and more for the month of May.
04/27/2023 3:45 P.M.
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Spring into a new learning journey in May with ACA International’s Core Courses and Hot Topic seminars.
Our upcoming seminars highlight expectations from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, how to use ChatGPT and large language modeling, the inside scoop on debt buying and more.
ACA online education is included in the purchase of the All-Access Training Zone. If you’re already subscribed, the May education is included in your Training Zone pass for you and your company. If not, invest in your employees by purchasing the Training Zone and access all of ACA’s seminars, seminar recordings and the ACA How tutorials.
As a reminder: If you receive a notification that you are already registered for an event through ACA’s online events calendar (such as the monthly Water Cooler Chat or a recurring Hot Topic series) and need to modify it, you can log in to your ACA account, click on your name at the top right and select Event Registrations in the side bar to manage your upcoming events list.
Don’t miss out! Take a look at these courses planned for May and save your spot now.
Conducting A Risk Assessment
A sound risk assessment prepares you to create and implement a remediation plan essential to a robust Compliance Management System (CMS). This webinar, led by Ron Brown, senior investigator at ConSec Investigations, will teach you how to identify the key characteristics of an effective CMS and calculate risk and security measures to take action in the case of a data breach.
This seminar is from 10 to 11:30 a.m. CDT May 15. Visit the seminar webpage to register.
ACA How – ChatGPT: Understanding ChatGPT & Large Language Modeling
This ACA How series, led by Porter Morgan, partner at Martin Lyons Watts Morgan PLLC, will take place over the course of six weeks and will include three unique sessions covering interactive demonstrations and participation in various prompts. The start of this series will feature an overview of ChatGPT and large language models.
This seminar is from 2 to 3 p.m. CDT May 18. Visit the seminar webpage to register.
State Specifics for Collectors 2
This quarterly series, “State Laws for Collectors,” hosted by Nick Prola, general counsel for Professional Finance Company Inc., Stefanie Jackman, partner at Troutman Pepper, and Abigail Pressler, general counsel for NCB Management Services, will alleviate the confusion and help trainers, compliance officers and collectors in the accounts receivable management industry gain a better understanding of the most important state “can and can nots” and remain compliant on every call, no matter consumer location.
This seminar is from 2 to 3 p.m. CDT May 19. Visit the seminar webpage to register.
Controls and Corrective Actions
This course, led by Ron Brown, is a continuation of ACA’s Conducting a Risk Assessment course, as the processes go together. In this segment, you will take a deeper dive into the many ways in which your organization can tailor its monitoring to include appropriate controls and corrective actions.
This seminar is from 10 to 11:30 a.m. CDT May 22. Visit the seminar webpage to register.
Check ACA’s online events calendar for regular updates on the Hot Topic seminar schedule and Core courses and stay tuned for more coverage of May education and beyond in ACA Daily. Updates are also available by subscribing to events and education email notices and ACA Daily through your My ACA profile at acainternational.org.
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