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Free Class on “Identity Theft Awareness” Now Available

Each year, millions of people fall victim to identity theft. Monetary losses add up to billions of dollars annually.1 To help combat this crime, Harland Clarke is offering a free Identity Theft Awareness class exclusively for your branch employees. This convenient, one-hour online class, which can be completed from any computer at any time, will:

Preview UThe complimentary class provides current information on identity theft tactics and regulatory rulings. Exercises and short quizzes allow employees to judge their mastery of the information, and a certificate of completion is issued upon finishing the class.

This course is one of more than 200 web-based classes offered by Harland Clarke’s Online University. All classes offer 24/7 online access and utilize interactive multimedia such as audio, video and animation. Classes cover topics including compliance, teller training, sales and service training, community relations, leadership, loan officer training, diversity, and much more.

Cost-effective and convenient, Harland Clarke’s Online University makes it easy to offer employees consistent and comprehensive training that increases skill levels, resulting in greater efficiencies and decreased turnover. Harland Clarke provides you with the requisite compliance training documentation.

Harland Clarke Educational Services has been offering training to financial institutions for more than 20 years to create financial institution-specific curriculum for the Online University. Specializing in development and implementation of educational curricula, marketing plans, and corporate vision plans for financial institutions and businesses.

To register for the free Identity Theft class, contact your Harland Clarke account executive, or go to www.harlandclarke.com/security and click on the Identity Theft Awareness link on the right-hand side of the screen. After filling out the registration form, you will receive a User I.D. and log-in instructions via e-mail..