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Discover a Rewarding Career in Credit
The Commercial Credit Administration Program is an in-depth
introduction to credit and collections for entry-level to
intermediate credit personnel. Courses include Accounting
Essentials, Introduction to Business and Credit Laws and Credit
Practices: Introduction to Key Concepts. It has recently been
revised and updated thanks to the generous assistance of the
Canadian Credit Institute Educational Foundation. Commercial Credit
Administration Program is a stand alone program which provides
essential training in credit and collections. It can also be a
stepping stone to the Certified Credit Professional, CCP Program for
those who want to move on to advanced education levels.
- Multi-media lectures, on line 24 x 7
- Additional notes and reference materials
- Study at your convenience
- Enroll at any time that suits your schedule
- Technical help available on line
- Opportunity to network with fellow students
- Assessment through open book examination
- Graduates receive a special certificate to display at work
Brief Outline of the Course Curriculum:
Accounting Essentials is an introductory
financial accounting course intended for students with limited
accounting background and experience. This on line, self-study,
program is supported by technical manuals and materials. The focus
is on interpretation and use of accounting information critical for
credit and collections thereby providing the core accounting skills
that are essential in any credit role.
Course Fee: $399.00
Introduction to Business and Credit Laws gives
students a general understanding of Canadian law and the Canadian
legal system. It provides an overview of the laws that govern the
operation of credit and collections departments, including topics
such as contract law and the sale of goods act, the courts and their
jurisdiction, and federal bankruptcy legislation.
Course Fee: $365.00
Credit Practices: Introduction to Key Concepts – A Guide
for Today’s Credit, Collection and Receivable Roles was
developed to introduce and enhance the skills necessary for credit,
collection and receivable clerks in today’s business environment.
Topics include credit policies, credit procedures, credit
applications, telephone collections, cash applications, and
essential communication skills for credit and collections staff.
Course Fee: $365.00
Full Program (Save $50) $1079.00
Students are required to complete each course on schedule, which
will be no later than 10 weeks after date of registration. The time
frame to complete the entire program is 30 weeks from date of
registration. If the course is not completed within the required
time limit, students can request a 4 weeks extension or opt to
Start taking the
Commercial Credit Administration Program online course in three easy
Register with CIC for the online course. After payment
is processed, you will receive a confirmation code by
email that you need to retain.
business day after you receive your email, click on
"Username & Password" to
obtain access information for the course. You will need
to input your confirmation code.
Your Course" to begin the Credit Basics Program
online course. You can also access your course by
selecting this link from the menu on the left of your
For Returning participants, proceed
directly to Step 3.