This Certificate IV in Credit Management is ideal for new lenders and internal collections officers. As part of the course, you will learn how to process applications for credit, implement risk management strategies and resolve disputes - all of which are key areas in the credit management industry. Whether a lender or a collector - learn about both parts of the credit management role.
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The role of debt collectors is an essential one in the financial services industry and in the wider economy. Through a look at debt collection guidelines, licensing, secured and unsecured creditors, negotiation and managing accounts, you will learn the various skills and knowledge essential to ensure debts are retrieved efficiently and that all legal requirements are supported.
Beginning with the role of lending in the marketplace , this subject then reviews the role and content of Credit Risk Policies and the lending approval criteria detailed within those policies. The process and methods for assessing credit and the typical approval process through to contract execution and settlement are detailed in this subject.
The key focus of this subject is understanding and assessing the risk within a loan application, and determining the necessary security in line with Lending Policies. This subject looks at the standard types of securities including bills of sale, guarantees and mortgages. This subject requires clear communication skills and knowledge of securities to be demonstrated by a one on one role play with a college trainer.
This subject covers ways of locating the Debtor, the types of debtors and the types of debts. It looks at the role of the regulators, the regulations that apply to the legal process and the impact that securities have on the collection of debts. Important in this subject is how legal proceedings to recover debts are commenced through the Court Systems Proceedings and the enforcement processes that can result.
Formal disputes processes exist in financial services as a regulatory requirement. In this subject you will learn formal complaints management techniques, Internal Dispute Resolution requirements and understand the applicable External Dispute Resolution Schemes.
To build a successful career in the financial services industry you need a range of skills and knowledge . This subject covers skills to work effectively in a team, manage your time, apply specific legislation that affects your role, to identifying how your organisation can be more sustainable. You will develop your own professional development plan to ensure that you continue to progress in your chosen field in financial services.
Compliance is a key theme in any financial services role. This subject looks at the regulatory bodies that supervise the industry and the laws and codes of practice that impact on day to day operations. Strategies for staying up to date with compliance issues is a key part to this subject. Privacy laws are a topic covered in this subject.
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1,580* - $
16 months is allowed as the standard part time enrolment term for the Certificate IV in Credit Management course.
Students who are able to commit more time to their course can finish earlier; while Traineeship terms may be longer.
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