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The Federal Reserve System's supervisory education programs for examiners is set forth in supervisory letter SR 17-06. The Federal Reserve's supervisory education includes examiner commissioning programs for large financial institutions, community banks, and consumer compliance, in addition to a suite of learning options for continuing professional development.

All Federal Reserve supervisory staff are required to complete foundational learning related to the Federal Reserve's role as the U.S. central bank and its responsibility to supervise and regulate various financial institutions.

While Federal Reserve supervisory education content is primarily created and maintained for Federal Reserve staff, there is content available for examiners and staff from State banking agencies, foreign central banks, and other regulatory agencies as well. Please refer to the General Information for appropriate contacts.


Amol Vaidya

Division of Supervision and Regulation

Board of Governors

General Information

  • Most programs are open to banking supervision staff of the Federal Reserve System.
  • At this time, the examiner commissioning program courses are only available for Federal Reserve System staff.
  • Examiners and staff members from State agencies, foreign central banks, and other regulatory agencies are accommodated on a space available basis.
  • The Federal Reserve System offers continuing professional development courses annually each year dependent on the internal need or utilizes the FFIEC courses. Details on courses should be addressed to the contacts below.
  • Completion of certain courses may qualify for CPE credit hours, per the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) standard for Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Programs.

See contacts below to inquire on class details and availability:

Your Agency Whom to Contact
Federal Reserve Bank
US State Agency
Local Reserve Bank Supervision Training
Domestic Regulators
[email protected]
Foreign Central Banks and Non-US
[email protected]
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Last Update: February 22, 2023