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Debt Management Skills

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Overview

About the Level 1 Debt Management Skills Certificate

Debt management is an essential aspect of financial management and budgeting. Whether in a personal capacity, or within a work context, evaluating and maintaining good credit is necessary for a success of individuals and businesses alike.

This home study course is designed to help you identify all the factors contributing to debt, analyse the context and then offer the tools and know-how to build an efficient debt management strategy to achieve financial independence. The recommended study time for this course is 30 hours, but there are no deadlines and time pressures with any of our courses at learndirect.

Who should study this course?

The distance learning course is aimed at anyone working with debt management and financial planning. It is equally helpful to anyone experiencing insolvency, bankruptcy, a poor credit rating as an individual and it would help any small business owners to plan for such situations.

There is no need for prior qualifications to enrol on this debt management skills course straight away. It is specifically designed to offer a ground understanding of key financial issues regardless of your previous experience.

What happens after the course?

At the end of this course you will become proficient in financial concepts and instruments of handling debt. You can explore the topic further with another course in financial planning, or even a higher education degree in finance and economics.

The financial service sector is one of the most lucrative in the UK. An estimated 7.3% of UK’s working population is employed in financial and related professional services, accounting for around 10.7% of UK economy. As such the options of a career in finance are wide and varied. Some of the jobs you could apply for:

  • Financial planner
  • Debt and capital advisor
  • Insolvency and restructuring associate

For more information about this course, give us a call on this number: 01202 006 464

Modules

  • Introduction
  • What is Debt?
  • The Problem with Debt
  • The Difference Between Good and Bad Debt
  • Identifying Your Debts
  • Putting Debt into Context
  • Crisis Management
  • Increasing Your Income
  • Reducing Your Outgoings
  • Establishing a Debt Management Plan
  • Reducing the Risk of Future Problems
  • Helping Others with Debt Issues

Requirements

There is no experience or previous qualifications required for enrolment on this course. It is available to all students, of all academic backgrounds.

About the Level 1 Debt Management Skills Certificate

Debt management is an essential aspect of financial management and budgeting. Whether in a personal capacity, or within a work context, evaluating and maintaining good credit is necessary for a success of individuals and businesses alike.

This home study course is designed to help you identify all the factors contributing to debt, analyse the context and then offer the tools and know-how to build an efficient debt management strategy to achieve financial independence. The recommended study time for this course is 30 hours, but there are no deadlines and time pressures with any of our courses at learndirect.

Who should study this course?

The distance learning course is aimed at anyone working with debt management and financial planning. It is equally helpful to anyone experiencing insolvency, bankruptcy, a poor credit rating as an individual and it would help any small business owners to plan for such situations.

There is no need for prior qualifications to enrol on this debt management skills course straight away. It is specifically designed to offer a ground understanding of key financial issues regardless of your previous experience.

What happens after the course?

At the end of this course you will become proficient in financial concepts and instruments of handling debt. You can explore the topic further with another course in financial planning, or even a higher education degree in finance and economics.

The financial service sector is one of the most lucrative in the UK. An estimated 7.3% of UK’s working population is employed in financial and related professional services, accounting for around 10.7% of UK economy. As such the options of a career in finance are wide and varied. Some of the jobs you could apply for:

  • Financial planner
  • Debt and capital advisor
  • Insolvency and restructuring associate

For more information about this course, give us a call on this number: 01202 006 464

Modules

  • Introduction
  • What is Debt?
  • The Problem with Debt
  • The Difference Between Good and Bad Debt
  • Identifying Your Debts
  • Putting Debt into Context
  • Crisis Management
  • Increasing Your Income
  • Reducing Your Outgoings
  • Establishing a Debt Management Plan
  • Reducing the Risk of Future Problems
  • Helping Others with Debt Issues

Requirements

There is no experience or previous qualifications required for enrolment on this course. It is available to all students, of all academic backgrounds.

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