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Bad debt, the opposite of profit, unfortunately, is a part of doing business, but not something that cannot be managed and control to a minimum thus ensure the company stays on the right track of profitability. A better understanding of the credit assessment policy and its control mechanism, which covers credit evaluation and credit limit review, would lay down a strong foundation to manage your company’s risks to minimize bad debts.

Collecting book debts appears to be ‘so difficult’ to many people and deem uninteresting. Many people also find collecting debts an unpleasant job, not to mention frustrating and even complicating at times, even to senior staff. However, with the understanding of the credit recovery policy plus acquiring of the appropriate tools, strategies and techniques through training, collecting a debt can be professionally challenging and exciting career.

In this workshop, the facilitator hopes to share his 38 years of practical experience in credit management i.e. credit assessment and recovery, the 2 important components that would outline how to carry out the roles, functions and responsibilities appropriately to cope with the pressures, within or outside your organization, in handling professionally issues related to debt collection and ensure the company stays on course to achieving its goals. 

This Course Include



At the end of the training, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the meaning and reasons for Credit Management
  • Appreciate the important of credit policy in defining the objectives, function and responsibilities of credit department to achieve maximum profitability from trading.
  • Realize the need of credit assessment due to selective risk-taking in the interests of increasing overall profitability.
  • Establish a Collection Policy that not only ensure recovery of debts, but also provide follow up procedures in monitoring and collection of debts
  • Highlight Debt Collection Agencies and legal action process in debt collection