Virtual classroom - RTO - Manage overdue customer accounts 16th & 17th February
With the wide availability of credit comes the risk that the credit provided will not be returned and promised payments will not be made. This course explores the skills and knowledge needed to correctly initiate and complete the management of customer accounts which have outstanding payments.
Outcomes that are covered within this unit:
This course deals with the key aspects of dealing with overdue customer accounts -
- Identify customers requiring collection activity – including the need to monitor your organisation’s overdue account reporting system, access and retrieve relevant information and records, and review overdue debtors in accordance with relevant policies
- Establish contact with a customer and attempt to resolve outstanding payment matters – including proposing appropriate communication with the customer and obtaining appropriate authorisation, making contact with the customer and building rapport, and advising relevant organisation(s) regarding the purpose of contact
- Negotiate resolution of outstanding payments with the customer – including advising debtors of the possibility of legal action for non-payment, using appropriate techniques to achieve resolution, confirming negotiation outcomes and diarising further actions;
- Monitor payment agreement to ensure the customer has adhered to the agreement – including reviewing accounts regularly to check payments have been received, dealing with breaches of the agreement promptly and appropriately, and referring outstanding payment matters to appropriate personnel.
Participants that undertake and successfully complete the assessment requirements for FNSCRD405 Manage overdue customer accounts which is a Core unit from the FNS40115 Certificate IV in Credit Management will receive a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment.
To access the virtual classrooms, all you need is a device with internet, audio and preferably video capability e.g. a Smartphone, laptop or PC.
The virtual classrooms will deliver the same content and structure with the following modifications to maximise interaction with the facilitator and participants:
- Sessions limited to 10 participants
- Additional breaks, so you can refresh and stretch
- Additional time and support for those attending a virtual classroom for the first time.
Don’t forget this means you can attend the sessions from the comfort of your business or home office.
- 16 February 2021
- Virtual classroom
- Toni Sawyer
- 12:30pm - 4.30pm
- MEMBER $750.00
- CCE Points