At this year’s Annual General Meeting, our Association officially launched its new educational pathway on how to become an Authorised Officer.  This programme has been formulated in partnership with the Institute of Credit Management. Debbie Tuckwood from the ICM attended the training part of the day, and fielded questions on how the programme will work.

There was a lively discussion from the floor, with lots of questions.  

This programme is available to any Student Member; there were a number of student members in attendance who were quite excited about the course. It is anticipated that a number of students will be contacting Debbie to start their course work. The Association wishes them all the best in attaining a career path that has the respect of all within the credit industry.

High Court enforcement activity is being undertaken in an appropriate, flexible and sensitive manner that reflects the challenges we are all facing as a result of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

The Association has developed a best practice Covid-19 plan.

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