Magazine article Business Credit

Nacm Education: On Target

Magazine article Business Credit

Nacm Education: On Target

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5-Day Intensive, Online, or Self-Study:

Choose the Learning Method That Works for You


Business Credit Basics

Offered in New Orleans in June, this five-day, intensive certificate session offers those new to the business credit arena a comprehensive look at the fundamental principles of commercial credit. Led by a veteran Credit Professional, participants will learn the basics of credit policy, the legal issues that impact business credit, critical tools such as how to read a credit report and financial statements, and more. $820, plus travel, text and incidentals. Registration fee applies to those received by March 31.

Intermediate Financial Statements: Interpretation and Credit Risk Assessment

Building on basic knowledge of accounting and financial statement analysis skills, this five-day course enhances a Credit Professional's ability to analyze company financial statements, or pro formas, to arrive at a creditworthiness decision. Equal weight is given to the process of financial reporting, the analysis and interpretation of financial statements and the steps required to write a quality credit line recommendation. $820, plus travel, text and incidentals. Registration fee applies to those received by March 31.


Business Credit Basics at Your Own Pace

Offered as a self-paced study course, participants listen to lectures presented by an instructor viewed on CD-ROMS. PowerPoint presentations reinforce the audio portion of the course. Based on the NACM text, Principles of Business Credit, this comprehensive look at business credit teaches students the basics of credit and credit policy, and about the many legal issues that impact the business profession. Mid-course and final exams validate each participant's achievement. $375 includes all course materials.


Basic Financial Accounting

Over 12 weeks you or your staff can take this college-level, basic financial accounting course from the convenience of your computer-no travel, no classroom-but with the benefit of online contact with other students and a facilitator. Participants learn the basics of financial accounting. Included topics are: analyzing transactions, the matching concept and the adjusting process, accounting systems and internal controls, cash, receivables and more. …

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