The University of Central Missouri's Bank Teller Development program provides students with the skills needed to work in the fast-paced, challenging and evolving world of banking. You will be prepared for entry-level positions in banking, learning everything from customer service to processing transactions to bank security. Entry-level tellers can advance in their career to become senior tellers, teller supervisors, potentially moving into specialized fields such as commercial customers, fraud prevention, loans or mortgage processing.
|$2,995 (includes books, fees and exam costs if applicable)||
6 to 9 p.m. Mondays/Wednesdays
|150 hours (including out-of-class work)||18 years of age or older; high school diploma or equivalent or be enrolled in a HISET completion program; basic to intermediate computer and typing proficiency; basic math skills.|
Successful graduates of this comprehensive program will earn the Bank Teller Certificate from American Bankers Association. Course participants will be prepared to work in a retail bank environment where they will receive additional employer-specific on-the-job training. Bank tellers provide customer service in a team environment with tellers greeting customers, processing transactions, helping customers manage finances and recommending financial services. According to the US Department of Labor, median pay for bank tellers is approximately $27,500 annually.
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