This course aims to equip individuals working with a company’s debtors and/or creditors, with the knowledge and skills to perform their duties in line with the objectives as set out in the National Credit Act, The Consumer Protection Act and the Companies Act.
SACOB Short Courses are not accredited and are intended to offer you knowledge and skills in a particular field and is a non-credit bearing short course.
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This course aims to equip individuals working with a company’s debtors and/or creditors with the knowledge and skills to perform their duties in line with the objectives as set out in the National Credit Act, The Consumer Protection Act and the Companies Act.
This is a SACOB Short Learning Programme or Short Course.
The forms and sources of credit
Introduction to the basic law of contract
Statutory regulations for the credit administrator
The role of credit for the individual, business and the economy
Conducting a credit assessment
Basic accounting for the credit manager
The role of working capital and interest in a credit environment
Certificate of Completion of a SACOB Credit Management Short Course.
This Short Course can qualify you for an advantage in studying in the field of Credit Management, and can make you eligible to take on more senior responsibilities in your current position.
This course is suited for anyone who is wanting to gain knowledge and understanding within the field. There are no specific entrance requirements.
- Introduction Video
- Q & A Platform
- Concept Videos
Timed Quiz 1
Timed Quiz 2
You are now eligible to further your studies and sharpen your skills with more short courses or take it a level up and go for a professional body certification to build onto these vital skills.
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