Credit Management

The following modules are available on the CR eLearing platform and are endorsed by the FCM :

Credit Management 101
Module 1 Introduction to Credit control
Module 2 Sources of Credit in South Africa
Module 3 Role of Credit in Business
Module 4 Internal Credit Department
Module 5 Credit Application
Module 6 Collection and Control of Bad debts
Module 7 Debtors Administration
Module 8 Introduction to basic Law of contract
Module 9 Supervisory Skills
Module 10 Financial Management

Credit Management 201
Module 1 Credit Management department and it’s structure
Module 2 Credit Policy
Module 3 Sources of Finance
Module 4 Economical and Legislative Factors of Credit Management
Module 5 Supervising the Department
Module 6 Surety and other forms of security to secure a debt
Module 7 Debt Rescheduling
Module 8 Legal Action and Delinquent Debtors
Module 9 Consumer Credit
Module 10 Banking Credit
Module 11 Export and International Credit
Module 12 Account Receivable Financing
Module 13 Role of Micro lenders In South Africa
Module 14 Liquidation/Insolvency
Module 15 Financial Management
Module 16 The role of an auditor

Credit Management 301
Management
Insolvencies and Liquidations
Legislation
Financial Management

Case Studies

Credit Management 101, 201 and 301 duration are normally 3 months each. The skills acquisition will be monitored by means of formative assignments during the course and a final summative assignment at the end.

Course Fees
CM 101 - R 3,750 ex VAT inclusive of 4 months User Fees on the CR eLearning platform.
CM 201 - R 3,950 ex VAT inclusive of 4 months User Fees on the CR eLearning platform.
CM 301 - R 4,750 ex VAT inclusive of 4 months User Fees on the CR eLearning platform.

Learners who have completed a module in Credit Management may register with the ICM and enrol to sit for the
ICM exams undertaken in June and November of each year. DETAILS