Corporate Rebels offer online courses on a number of industry related topics including Debt Review and the NCA. This month Debtfree magazine teamed up with them to run a competition for our readers. They asked our readers to do a little online research about who offers online courses about the NCA.
Learning online is super convenient and can be done in just a few minutes each day (or whenever you have the time really). The Corporate Rebels online dashboard makes it easy to find which course you are busy with and how far along you have progressed. With a single click, it takes you back to where you were so you can continue from that point with your studying.
Leandra of Wineland Debt Counsellors
Congratulations! You have won access to the Corporate Rebels eLearning Course valued at R850.
Leandra did some Googling and she found that there are 3 institutions currently offering a course about the National Credit Act namely:
1 Moonstone – R2 700
2 Enterprises University of Pretoria – R 8000
3 Corporate Rebels – R 850
As you can see from her google research this shows that Corporate Rebels offer DCASA accredited material at a really affordable price.
Well done to Leandra and thank you to our competition partners Corporate Rebels.
Be sure to check out their website for more info on their courses and how you can sign up. Also be sure to check the October issue of Debtfree Magazine for another chance to win online training with them.
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