The highest exam marks to date, 96.4%, have been achieved by Elizabeth Colley, Begbies Traynor, who completed the Level 4 Credit Management Diploma Course, held in London, during September/October 2014.
Here is what Elizabeth has to say:
“Having completed an 18 month secondment at a major bank, I took the Diploma Course in Credit Management in order to compliment and strengthen my advisory skills, particularly in relation to business’ ability to avoid insolvency.
Achieving the highest mark came as quite a surprise. I am very pleased with the result and I look forward to applying my knowledge in practice.”
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