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SEPA Direct Debit Training

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Do you take payments in euro’s from the Republic of Ireland, Netherlands, Germany or other euro domicile countries?  Can you make sense of the SEPA Direct Debit Scheme rules, processes and obligations? Do your staff need clarity on elements of the SEPA Direct Debit Collection process?  Let our SEPA Direct Debit Training help make it Clear!

The SEPA Direct Debit Training (SDD) course is aimed at any organisation transacting in euro’s – whether they are either considering using the scheme or already have active participants.  It will clarify the latest rules, ensuring your SDD process is fully compliant, whilst boosting the confidence of those involved in SDD activities at your organisation.   If you are seeking greater efficiencies in your SDD process and more customers, then our training can help!

SEPA Direct Debit Training – Areas covered:

  • Benefits of SEPA and promoting SEPA DDs
  • The SEPA Direct Debit Process
    • Process Stages & Timescales
    • Reports & R- Messages
    • Paperless & E-Mandates
  • Creditor Obligations

How have we helped?  Feedback on the course includes:

“Very informative, have really enjoyed the course” Zara Glover, Payments Admin

“Provides a good general overview of what SEPA is and the rules that need to be complied with” Catherine Alexander – Gamble, Payments Admin

“Easy to understand – no matter what knowledge you already have” – Christine Fowler, Payments Admin

“All information was relevant to our roles and was made and delivered in an interesting manner” – Gemma Doherty, Payments Admin

Require additional information on SEPA Direct Debit?

Bespoke SEPA Direct Debit Training Courses are available upon request if you need an even more tailored experience.    Click the link to our Online Help Pages to access further information on SEPA Direct Debits at any time.

Contact us and we will be happy to discuss your options.

If you would like to make a course booking, please download our SEPA Booking Form.

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