The Center for Workforce and Professional Education will host a Bank Teller Job Fair from 2 to 6 p.m. March 30 at the Missouri Innovation Campus, 1101 NW Innovation Parkway. If you are interested in a career as a bank teller, register here. Banking leaders interested in recruiting at this valuable event may register here.
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. Through this program, students earn an industry-recognized certificate and continuing education units which may not be applied to a degree program and are not eligible for federal financial aid.
|$2,995 (includes books, fees and exam costs if applicable)||
Classes forming now. Let us know of your interest, and we will keep you informed of all course offerings.
|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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