Management School is designed to simulate the bank examination process,
beginning with pre-exam functions and concluding with a completed Report of
Examination. The course presentation mainly consists of an interactive case
study in which the participant plays the role of an Examiner-in-Charge (EIC).
Participants fulfill the general duties of an EIC over the course of the
work is directly related to the interactive case study, and needs to be
submitted to the TrainingCenter prior to
KEY OBJECTIVES During the course, participants perform the following in accordance with
the DOS Manual of Examination Policies and the Examination Documentation
Prepare a Pre-Examination Planning Memo
Defend the Pre-Examination Planning Memo
Identify key examination issues
Adjust the examination scope and process as
Conduct meetings with bank management
Write the ECC section of the Report of
Examination, specifically focusing on Sensitivity to Market Risk,
Management, and Asset Quality.
Prepare an agenda and conduct an exit meeting
Discuss content for an Enforcement Action
Assemble and submit a completed Report of
Classroom setting that simulates a bank examination, role plays, group
activities, and facilitated classroom discussion.
DURATION This is a three-week course. Participants are expected to remain at the
Training Center throughout the entire course.
TARGET AUDIENCE Participants generally have 30-42 months of Safety & Soundness bank
examination experience which should include reviewing and discussing loans,
preparing all sections of the Report of Examination, and completing one
practice job as Examiner-in-Charge.
PREREQUISITES TO ATTENDANCE The pre-commissioned examiner should have performed the following items
before attending Examination
Completed the three previous DSC Risk Management
core schools - Introduction to Examinations School,
Financial Institution Analysis School, and Loan Analysis School
Completed at least one practice EIC job
Written core comments
Completed a Pre-Examination Planning Memo
Prior to attending the course, participants are required to write a
Pre-Examination Planning Memo utilizing the material provided in the
pre-course package. The pre-course work needs to be sent via e-mail to the
Training Center at least 10 days prior to the start of the session.
School, DSC has authorized 40 hours of official time for completion of the
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Participants are required to bring a computer to the session. Printers
are available at the training center.
FINAL EXAMINATION None
POST COURSE ASSIGNMENTS It is recommended that all participants be scheduled for a practice
examination within 4-6 weeks of completion of this course to reinforce the
learning from this session.
POST COURSE FEEDBACK We provide a written evaluation of the participant's performance.
CREDITS Continuing Education Units (CEU): 10
Continuing Professional Education Units (CPE): 120
FDIC is registered with the National Association of State Board of
Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the
National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State Boards of Accountancy have final
authority on the acceptance of individual courses. Complaints regarding
registered sponsors may be addressed to NASBA, 150 Fourth Avenue North,
Suite 700, Nashville,
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION For additional information concerning this course, please contact: