1. Home › 
  2. › 
  3. Credit intermediation

For the CPD cycle ending on 31 December2023, you can easily derive the 'CPD points' (read from now on as 'CPD hours') by summing the general and sector-specific hours per training domain. For more information, please check out our FAQ 

Credit intermediation

This is our CPD training offer for Credit intermediation

Discover the full CPD training offer in credit intermediation here

Choose the learning solution that best suits you at each moment in your career

klassikaal

Classroom / Live webinar

Do you prefer direct interaction with a trainer? In a live or online classroom? Our interactive workshops guarantee the desired result and our trainers are the experts par excellence. Let us convince you!

op-afstand-5b6c453999ee0

E-learning

CPD training can be undertaken entirely via e-learning. This involves self-study on our learning platform. You learn wherever and whenever you choose to. You can demonstrate the knowledge you have acquired by taking an online test.

blended-learning-5b6c45155486b

Hybrid learning

Hybrid learning combines different learning methods to achieve the best result: classroom trainings, online tests, webinars, e-learning courses and videos.

op-maat-5b7d75507569d

Customised

Training required that is customised for your company? Then contact us without obligation. All our CPD courses can be tailored to meet the needs of your company.

How many CPD hours must you achieve?

The CPD obligation in credit intermediation is expressed in CPD hours. In order to hold on to the registration as responsible person involved, you must follow three hours of CPD per credit intermediation activity per one-year period.

Agents in an ancillary position for type 1 consumer credit do not have to follow any CPD.

Persons who are in contact with the public must keep their professional knowledge up to date by following regular refresher training courses. The employer is responsible for preparing and implementing an annual and updated training plan.

FAQ: Frequently asked questions - Credits