Free Online Course Information and Requirements
Free online bank teller classes are primarily offered at several schools as part of their OpenCourseWare (OCW) program, but others are available through organizations. Unless noted otherwise, courses have no formal prerequisites and no credits are granted. Several classes work toward a specific goal, such as preparing a personal budget. Students can access lectures, budget worksheets and exam questions, but they won't get to interact with the instructor. The student is responsible for gauging his or her own progress.
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Free Online Classes for Bank Tellers
Brigham Young University
- Personal Finance is based on stewardship and household money management, covering ways to reduce debt, invest money and plan for taxes. Selected lectures and case studies are provided. The syllabus consists of 14 text-only lessons.
- Money Smart is a free podcast for individuals interested in becoming financially smart in their daily lives. This free educational training can help not only bank tellers but non-banking individuals as well. It provides information on several financial topics, such as checking and savings accounts, budgeting and saving, credit and general financial info.
- Excel Training familiarizes users with Excel, a product used for various purposes such as creating simple spreadsheets with formulas to performing data analysis. It's also a product used in homes and businesses for its many functions.
New Jersey Institute of Technology
- Management Accounting teaches students how to prepare various types of financial statements. It starts with the basics of accounting and progresses to more complex topics like transfer pricing. Through 17 lecture videos, students learn how to set up and use managerial accounting for the purpose of financial planning and control.
Texas A&M University (TAMU)
- Wi$e Up is a program created by the U.S. Department of Labor Women's Bureau, with the curriculum developed by TAMU's AgriLife Extension Service. Through articles, teleconferences and question-and-answer (Q&A) sections, this site distributes financial advice on banking and investment strategies. Students learn how to create budgets and savings plans. Free registration is required. The Q&A section assists readers with financial issues.
University of California - Irvine
- Fundamentals of Personal Financial Planning covers insurance, investment, retirement funding and other topics, giving students tips for handling money and investing wisely. It's accessible to students who possess little knowledge of finance. Upon completion of the course, UC Irvine Extension grants course credit, but students should contact the school for more information.
Utah State University
- Introduction to Economics helps students learn more about economic institutions and their practices. Learners study topics such as banking, taxation, property rights and business organizations. In addition to readings and lectures, sample assignments are provided, but without solutions. A media player is needed to listen to the MP3 lecture files.
- U.S. Institutions provides an overview of the various governmental components, such as bank operations, the legislative process and voting. Prospective or current bank tellers may be interested in the 'Money and Banking' lecture that discusses the history of banks, central banking and the Federal Reserve System. This free lesson also provides a description of a bank's duties in relation to the lending process.