Are You Ready to Hop in the Driver’s Seat? 🏁

Amy Donaghue

By: Shelly Sipple, AAP, APRP, NCP, Senior Director, Certifications & Continuing Education

“Bankers just process payments” and “professional race car drivers just drive.” are two statements that couldn’t be any further from the truth! Bankers are tasked with a monumental duty of managing risk on a daily basis – for themselves and their account holders, while race car drivers compete in a sport that demands concentration, physical fitness, technique and fearlessness.

Much like professional race car drivers who are skilled in evading roadblocks and obstacles, Accredited Payments Risk Professionals (APRPs) are trained to successfully maneuver payments risk. It’s what they do! If you’ve been thinking you’d like to be an APRP, stop thinking and make it happen in 2021! And, let EPCOR help prepare you for the road ahead.

Our APRP Prep Program will keep your studies on track and leverage our payments experts as you prepare for the APRP exam. Together we’ll examine the key subjects of the APRP exam including payment systems, fundamentals of payments risk management, payments risk policy and governance, regulatory environment, payments risk management controls and physical and information security.

During the course, we’ll fuel your tank with knowledge and opportunities to participate in 12 live webinars, class discussions (through email, webinar chat and the Knowledge Community), on-demand courses, computerized practice tests and a 2-day virtual review. Classes begin April 14th and continue through July 14th.

Make 2021 YOUR year to become an APRP and join us! Our education team puts a lot of care and thoughtful preparation into making the APRP Prep Program the best it can be. Let us be your pit crew and steer you to victory lane!

Not Sure if You’re Ready to Take Home the Championship Trophy?

Still a bit unsure? Maybe you have more questions than answers? Watch our informational video, So You Think You Want to be an APRP? This fun video can provide the answers you need to go from “maybe” to “YES!” And after listening, if you want help presenting the case for your accreditation to your management team, we have developed a justification letter to steer you in the right direction.