The National Credit Act was enacted in 15 March 2006 to comprehensively regulate the credit industry in South Africa.  Its promulgation was the culmination of numerous discussions and researches conducted by various entities and government institutions, which indicated that the prevailing legislative environment, at that time, was incapable of addressing contemporary concerns in the credit market. This course is aimed at equipping learners already working within the banking and credit industry with the implications, implementation and compliance requirements of the Act.  The learner has a choice of a 2 day accredited course which includes an assessment, or a two day skills program.

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