Commercial Card and Virtual Payment Training
U.S. Bank offers numerous on-demand and instructor led training opportunities. Please view our full list of training sessions.
Webinar events cover a wide variety of topics and are continually enhanced. Topics may include:
- Virtual Payment - extend the value of your card program by automating the accounts payable business process
- Payment Optimization - enhance working capital and improve overall visibility
- Travel Program in Times of Economic Downturn - take concrete steps and effectively control T&E costs
We're also committed to providing a broad spectrum of comprehensive, effective training materials for our program management and reporting tools, U.S. Bank Access® Online and Fleet Commander® Online . We use a wide variety of training formats and media, from electronic self-study programs to instructor-led Webinars and seminars to empower our clients to get the most out of their payment program.
Electronic Self-Study Programs
Our exclusive, Web-based training systems (WBT) for Access Onlineand Fleet Commander® Online give our clients the convenience of on-demand electronic training aids featuring interactive, self-study modules and online, printable user manuals. Our dynamic training environments enable clients to use the systems as both orientation and on-going reference tools.
Instructor-Led Training Webinars
Instructor-led training Webinars are also available for Access Online. Periodic instructor-led sessions walk clients through more complex functionality step-by-step. Clients can ask questions and benefit from the interaction with other participants. In discussions with your trainer, you can watch the material being covered right on your computer screen. The sessions are designed to help program managers handle more complex functionality.
Course descriptions, schedules and training registration are all available in the "Register For Instructor-led Training" section on the Access Online WBT.
Visit the Access Online WBT1.
Visit the Fleet Commander® Online WBT1.