The Legal Context (Personal Lending) (Micro-credential)
Waikato Institute of Technology Ltd
Banking, Finance and Related Fields not elsewhere classified
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Candidates are required to have gained:
- 24 credits at NCEA Level 1 including 12 credits in English or Māori, 10 Literacy credits at NCEA Level 1 or above (5 credits each in reading and writing), and 10 Numeracy credits at NCEA Level 1 or above; or
- A relevant qualification at NZQF Level 3 or above; or
Candidates who have English as a second language are required to have an International English Language Test System (IELTS) score of 5.5, with no individual band score lower than 5.0; or equivalent.
Candidates who have not met the entry criteria but whose skills, education or work experience indicate that they have a reasonable chance of success may be eligible for special admission at the discretion of the Centre Director.
About the course
What can I expect out of this qualification?
The purpose of The Legal Context (Personal Lending) (Micro-credential) is to provide learners with broad operational and theoretical knowledge of their legal requirements and obligations to work in the personal lending industry. This micro-credential is for people working in, or planning to work in, personal lending. It is expected that the majority of learners will be from the automotive industry, including motor vehicle dealerships and automotive finance companies. The micro-credential will support improved job performance and enhances employment opportunities by providing the skills and knowledge industry require.
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$1,500 in first year, increasing to $2,500 in second year and to $3,500 in the final year of study.
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