AICDP offers a range of internationally recognised educational training routes through our affiliation with the Irish Credit Management Training – ICMT.
Where could your Credit Career go if you had an Internationally recognised Qualification in Credit Management?
With your experience combined with the weight of an International Diploma, the sky is the limit.
If you are looking to progress in your career and would like a combination of structure and flexibility then this course is for you.
There are four subjects: Credit Management, Credit Risk Assessment, Collections and International Credit Management that are covered over two 15 week terms. Over the past twenty years, ICMT has been delivering top-quality education in Credit Management, and hundreds of students have been through the program and many are now enjoying top Credit Management jobs as a result. If you would like to join them and get the weight of an Internationally recognised qualification behind you, you should complete your International Diploma in Credit Management to achieve your full potential and boost your career in credit management.
Our Education programme includes classroom sessions, online learning, industry expert lead sessions and much more.
Gaining a valuable qualification in credit management is the starting point to a great career in credit.
Diploma in Credit Management
Diploma in International Credit Management
Our Term Dates for 2021:
- 24th April 2021 – Diploma Induction – Collections & International Credit Management – 10 am -1 pm,
- 15th May 2021 – Revision session for February term – 10 am- 1 pm.
- 29th May 2021 – Exams for February Term – 10 am -3 pm.
- 21st August 2021 – Revision for April Term – 10 am -1 pm.
- 4h September 2021 – Exams for April Term – 10 am – 3 pm.
- 18th September 2021 – Diploma Induction – Credit Management & Credit Risk Assessment – 10 am -3 pm.
- 9th January 2022 – Revision for September term – 10 am – 1 pm.
- 23rd January 2022 – Exams for September Term – 10 am – 3 pm.
Start your journey today by contacting Declan Flood on form below: