The Payments Institute offers six rigorous Schools of Study and areas of concentration to tailor your schedule and choose what classes best fit your needs. Students may select courses from the following:
Each School has its own course schedule, designed by the Board of Regents, which includes classes taught by respected faculty and industry leaders. Daily Lecture Halls fill out your experience at The Payments Institute.
When you attend The Payments Institute at Emory University, located in Atlanta’s beautiful Druid Hills suburb, you’ll gain personalized knowledge of your company’s critical payments topics. The Board of Regents, assembled from a variety of high-ranking industry professionals, designs The Payments Institute courses to cover a wide range of developmental and strategic payments topics.
Benefits of attending The Payments Institute include:
Not only will you demonstrate your commitment to staying informed about the latest advancements, products and services in the payments industry, but you’ll further your path as an Accredited ACH Professional. If you’re already credentialed, you’ll earn renewal credits, and if you’re planning on becoming an AAP, you’ll strengthen your understanding of payments as you prepare for the exam.
The Payments Institute is intentionally designed to be flexible: courses teach everything from basic industry knowledge to advanced payments principles. Attendance provides you with the necessary information to stay competitive, whether you’re a newly hired marketing manager, a software engineer or a long-time ACH coordinator. Those who should attend include:
Whatever your particular job title, The Payments Institute is a must-attend event for anyone working with payments systems. Need to convince your boss? Download a customizable letter located under Related Materials on the right-hand side of this page.
Hotel accommodations at the Emory Conference Center Hotel are not included with tuition fees. Students are responsible for reserving and paying for their own hotel rooms at the Emory Conference Center Hotel. We suggest making your reservations early as availability is not guaranteed. The cut-off date is Monday, June 27, 2016.
NACHA has negotiated a special room rate the Emory Conference Center for students attending The Payments Institute 2016. The room rate is $150 per night plus taxes and fees. Students may reserve their rooms two ways:
All reservations must be guaranteed with a credit card. Cancellations must be made by 5:00 pm ET one day prior to the day of arrival to avoid any penalty fees.