Effective money management involves the ability to save, to spend money wisely and to manage your credit or loans. This month, at Compuscan Academy, we’re focusing on the importance of money management and the ways in which you can improve on your saving and spending habits. In order to avoid financial distress, a number of simple and effective measures can be carried out. Some of these practical steps include:
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One hundred and sixty representatives from banks and Microfinance Institution (MFI’s) in Rwanda are currently undergoing an intensive 3-month credit awareness qualification. The training stems from a need identified by Central Bank of Rwanda for deeper credit knowledge at banks and MFIs in the wake of making financial services available to SMME’s and individual entrepreneurs. Compuscan Academy, a specialist credit training company, won the tender to deliver the training to over 160 learners…Continue
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Last year Compuscan Academy hosted free Money Management Workshops for over 100 individuals in communities across South Africa. This year, however, we are asking you to help us reach even more communities in need by nominating a community that you believe will benefit from the financial insight provided during these workshops.
In the words of Nelson Mandela: "Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." At Compuscan Academy we…Continue
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After conducting an intensive study on the debt counselling landscape of South Africa, Compuscan Academy has released results indicating the competency requirements and skills needs of South African debt counsellors. The study further highlights those areas where intensive and urgent training is needed and offers recommendations regarding the future training of debt counsellors.
The debt counselling profession is a relatively new occupation introduced by the National Credit…Continue
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