TPA Academy Training Courses

Through these training programs, your teams can develop an understanding of a complex industry, refresh knowledge of this ever-changing landscape and keep up-to-date with changing regulations.

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The Payments Association Payments 101 Online Training Course

Payments 101 is a training course delivered by Neira Jones, ambassador of The Payments Association, as a live virtual event. It provides a solid foundation level of education for those new to the payments industry, experts in one aspect of payments looking for appreciation of other aspects of the ecosystem, and payments professionals whose knowledge could benefit from being updated and refreshed.

The Payments Association Regulations 101 Online Training Course

This course is suitable for those who have already attended Payments 101 (or gained similar experience), as payments fundamentals/terminology knowledge is assumed. Delivered by Neira Jones as a live virtual event. It will cover payments regulations and frameworks as well as privacy and security regulations and standards and their potential overlap.

The Payments Association Payments 201 Online Training Course

This broad and comprehensive overview of the fundamentals of virtual, crypto and decentralised payments gives an in-depth snapshot of this particular aspect of the payments industry for a better understanding of how it all fits together. The course combines presenter-led sessions, thought-provoking videos and quizzes. Drawing on real life examples, it weaves together the underpinning principles, key stakeholders and regulations. with practical applications for all three. It will bring an understanding of the key issues and opportunities, with practical advice to take back.

Payments Compliance Training Programme

The Payments Association is pleased to be able to offer all payments professionals, completely free of charge a comprehensive Payments Compliance training programme, thanks to the support of members Visa and fscom.



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