Become a Certified Credit & Lending Specialist
Help your clients unlock a broader range of financing options. This 6-hour certification course will give you the knowledge and tools you need to help your clients access working capital confidently. This curriculum includes personal and business credit training in a practical approach that ties it directly to identifying financing options.
Upon successful completion, you’ll be able to:
Quickly evaluate which types of financing are a good fit for your client
Give actionable advice to build strong credit so clients can access more financing options at lower cost
Suggest alternative financing options for startups or credit-challenged clients
Access free tools and printed materials you can share with clients
$199 $149 Early Bird price if you register!
We’ll send you an email when registration officially opens in September. Lock in your price now!
2019 Course Schedule
|1. Financing Options||October 4||2-4 p.m. ET|
|2. Business Credit Strategies||October 9||3-4:30 p.m. ET|
|3. Personal Credit Strategies for Entrepreneurs||October 11||3:30-5 p.m. ET|
|4. Resources and Q&A||October 16||11 a.m. ET|
Gerri provided material that I could easily take back to the office and apply with my clients. I felt engaged the entire session. I highly recommend the Nav certification course.
Washington Small Business Development Centers
About Your Instructor
Known as a leading credit & financing expert, Gerri Detweiler has been educating consumers about smart credit strategies for more than two decades. She’s been interviewed in more than 3,500 news stories and she has answered more than 10,000 credit questions online. She is the author or coauthor of five books, including Finance Your Own Business: Get on the Financing Fast Track. She is Education Director for Nav, which gives small business owners free personal and business credit scores and guidance to help them understand financing options.
Gerri regularly presents webinars and workshops to SBDCs around the country on the topics of credit and financing. She also regularly promotes SBDCs in her articles, which appear on Nav as well as on sites such as AllBusiness.com, Forbes and MSN.