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BAP unveils training program

The booking portal was initially created to serve as a clearing house of all the training demands requested by bank officers and personnel.

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The Bankers Association of the Philippines (BAP), which chairs the ASEAN Bankers Association (ABA) Permanent Committee on Banking Education, recently presented its banking education booking platform at the 49th ASEAN Banking Council (ABC) Meeting held in Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia.

The first of its kind, the BAP Trainings Program Booking Portal allows employees from BAP member banks to access various specialized course offerings on the latest skills, practices, tools, techniques and trends in banking, which the BAP believes will improve the quality of bank services.

As chairman of the Permanent Committee on Banking Education, BAP developed the platform as proof of concept based on ABA’s plan to create a cross-border banking education platform for the entire ASEAN region. The booking portal was initially created to serve as a clearing house of all the training demands requested by bank officers and personnel.

BAP managing director Benjamin Castillo said the training platform serves as a repository on banking-related education and training service providers, subject matter experts, and programs that member banks can explore to see what best suits their needs.

“These courses will now be more available and accessible to them, as they only need to visit one site for I,” he pointed out.

The BAP booking platform will offer training programs from partner institutions such as the Bankers Institute of the Philippines and Ateneo CCE. Class categories include: Finance and audit; governance, legal, and compliance; IT and security; products, branch operations and management and risk management.

“We are motivated to provide this service to our member banks, as we are committed to pursue higher standards within the banking industry. These courses were selected to enhance their capacity to adapt to banking trends worldwide,” Castillo said. “We also hope that the local success of the platform can eventually be replicated in the region as well.”

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