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The NeoCollect’s seminars, courses and trainings on debt collection area develop practically applicable skills in the field of debt collection and debt recovery management. Depending on the topic of the training, they are suitable and are designed both for employees who deal with debt collection on operational level and, at the same time, for CEOs who manage all processes in the company.

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Training as an investment

The purpose of each company is to be competitive, highly effective and profitable. This major purpose is constantly executed by people who work in this same company. The answer of the questions whether and when will this purpose be fulfilled, depend on the levels of competence of these employees.

Good employees come on time to work and find ways to manage their duties. Efficient professionals, on the other hand, are the ones who lead away and keep the business on leadership positions. In order an employee to become a professional, usually, what is required is motivation, time and trainings. The trainings are the investment that a business should make to achieve work flow efficiency, implementation of good practices and long-term employment.

Why choose the Neocollect's trainings?

  • because the trainings are not developed by lecturers, but by specialists with a longstanding practical experience in the area of debt collection and debt recovery management.
  • because the people who conduct the trainings are engaged in debt collection from companies and individuals so they can answer any question and give advice for every situation.
  • because the taught skills are easily applied and have quick and visible effect.


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