ELFA Unveils ‘Career Pathways’ to Provide Roadmap to Success in Equipment Finance
JUL 27, 2022 - 7:30 am
The Equipment Leasing and Finance Association unveiled Career Pathways, a comprehensive list of the training, events, resources and volunteer opportunities offered by the association, organized into specific “career roadmaps.” The roadmaps make the ELFA’s compendium of resources easier than ever to access, understand and use for professional advancement.
“Until now, I think a lot of our member colleagues had been trying to figure out their own paths and whatever hit their radar was where they might start,” Mike DiCecco, board chair of the ELFA and executive managing director of Huntington Asset Finance, said. “Through Career Pathways, they can see the whole road ahead. This is a continuum of progressive development opportunities that help advance an equipment leasing professional through the industry and a career. The new organization of the material is helpful to managers, too, as they create career development pathways for their colleagues.”
Career Pathways packages together a wide range of the ELFA’s education and tools according to experience level and areas of interest. Roadmaps are available in nine key areas: accounting and finance, asset management, business head or C-level executive, credit and collections, information technology, legal, operations, pricing and underwriting and tax.
More information about Career Pathways, including a video, an article and a series of Career Roadmaps, is available here.
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