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Introduction to Lending

Ended: October 1st 2020


Price: Ksh. 1000

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About this course

Welcome to the Introduction to the Principles of Lending Course. This course is best suited to frontline staff who have worked in a bank for up to 2 years. The course is intended to provide an introduction to the Principles of Lending. This course is self-paced, and you will begin and complete it in your own time. We do recommend that you set aside at least one hour to enable you to complete the first module.

The module is a combination of information, reading material, video clips. You will find short quizzes every so often. You will have to complete the quiz before you can progress to the next part of the course.

Meet the trainer


Theresa Ojiambo

Following 3 years of lecturing law at postgraduate level, Theresa worked successfully in several leadership positions in the banking industry for 19 years. During this time, in addition to working in the business, she facilitated training in various aspects of Corporate and Consumer banking. Theresa chose to return to Learning and Development, and she is now an Executive Coach. She also offers a wide range of leadership development products including skills development training and assessment services that are rated globally as best in class. Theresa was awarded her LL.M and LL.M degrees from the University of London, and Dip. Law from Kenya School of Law.

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What should I expect to learn in this course?

In this module, the participants will cover some of the principles that form the foundation for the course. By the end of this course the learner will:-
(1) Understand the commercial framework within which lending takes place
(2) Describe different types of loans offered by a Bank
(3) Understand their role in safeguarding the Bank’s interests during the process of introducing loan products to customers

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