On-line Debt Counselling training is now available for learners countrywide!

 

  • Training will take place on a zoom plartform
  • Training will be ten days which is spread over 15 working days
  • There will be a mock examination on the last week and examination on the last day.
  • Pass mark is 75% no more 80%
  • Leaners will get one opportunity to rewrite examination if a leaners fails again a fee will be applicable to rewrite for the second time.
  • Details of the roll out of training will be on the application forms.
  • Costs for training is R9000 ( Includes training on zoom, mock examinations, examinations, statement of results and certification)

 

 

                   Commence Date

                        Mock Examination Date

                   Final Examination Date

31st Jan 2022

9th Feb 2022

11th Feb 2022

7th  March 2022

21rd March 2022

25th March 2022

4th  April 2022

20th April 2022

22rd April 2022

2nd May 2022

18th May 2022

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24th  June 2022

4th  July 2022

20th July 2022

22nd  July 2022

1st August 2022

17th August 2022

19th  August 2022

5th  September 2022

21st September 2022

23rd  September 2022

3rd  October 2022

19th October 2022

21st  October 2022

1st November 2022

16th November 2022

18th  November 2022

 

For more details and registration forms please call:

 

Mmamosa Khanye at (012) 663 3251 or 0826146176 (Email: mmamosa@rudocon.co.za)

Thabo Khanye at 0828715586 (Email: thabo@rudocon.co.za)

Mahlodi Sekati at 0761568366 (Email: matlodi@rudocon.co.za)

 

What is the Debt Counsellor Training all about?

The National Credit Act was passed by Parliament in December 2005. This act makes provision for Debt Counselling programme to assist over- indebted customers. The programme needs to be implemented by Debt Counsellors who are competent and registered by the National Credit Regulator (NCR). For you to register as a debt counsellor you are required to undergo training, which is approved by the NCR, and comply with all the requirements set out in the National Credit Act and Regulations.

 

Target Audience

The program is targeted at individuals who have a:

  • Grade 12 certificate or equivalent NQF level 4 qualifications.
  •  Minimum of two years working experience in any of the following fields: o
    • Consumer protection, complaints resolution or consumer advisory services
    • Legal or Para-legal services
    • Educating or training individuals
    • Counselling of individuals
    • General business environment

 

The individual should also:

  • Display the ability to provide counselling or transfer skills
  • Demonstrate an ability to manage his/her own finances

 

Course Outline

The course consists of 9 Modules namely: 

Module 1

Introduction to The SA Credit language

Module 2

The Credit Granting Cycle

Module 3

Understanding the Cost of Credit

Module 4

Debt Enforcement vs Debt Relief

Module 5

The legislative & Regulatory Framework for Debt Counselling

Module 6

Applying the Debt Counselling Process

Module 7

The Pivot of the Debt Counselling Process: Calculating Over-Indebtedness

Module 8

Court Application Process

Module 9

The Debt Counselling Profession

 

Where does training take place?

Due to COVID 19 training is online/Zoom

 

Assessment and Examination

Leaners will have to complete exercises at the end of each module, on the Tuesday of the last week leaners will write a three hour Mock examination and on the last Friday leaners will write a three hours examination and pass mark is 75%.

 

In which language is training conducted?

All the materials are in English which is the main language of instruction. The needs of learners will be considered and where possible, trainers can facilitate in the required language specified at the time of booking.

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