The Board of Governors and the Reserve Banks of the Federal Reserve System (FRS) offer training and assistance for supervisors and staff of other central banks, as well as bank supervisory authorities. International Training and Assistance (ITA) programs were created in order to promote sound supervisory practices abroad and to foster strong bilateral and multilateral relationships with the central banks and bank supervisory authorities of other countries.
You can find a full list of training subjects on our Courses page. Programs are offered in Washington, D.C. and at selected Reserve Bank sites. In addition to holding training classes, ITA is charged with the responsibility of enrolling bank supervisors in a limited number of examiner training classes sponsored by the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC).