Events Education Certification


2016 Annual Conference

February 9-11 | Las Vegas, NV

DBA International is in full gear making preparations for our 2016 Annual Conference.

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2015 Educational Webinar Offerings

Live webinars take place each month and generally begin at 9:00 a.m. PST/12:00 p.m. EST. You can register for courses individually or register for multiple courses simultaneously.

The 2015 webinar lineup includes:  

  • Federal Regulatory Update (December 16, 2015) – One credit

The 2016 webinar lineup includes:

  • New Developments in Credit Reporting and Scoring (January 14, 2016) – One credit
  • Revenue Recognition on Purchased Debt (March 10, 2016) – One credit

Have an Idea for a Webinar Topic in 2016?

DBA International is planning for our 2016 webinars and want to hear from our members what industry topics you would like to learn more about. Let us help get your ideas heard by completing our submission form.

New webinars may be added throughout the year. Register now.


Receivables Management Certification Program

DBA International created its “gold standard” certification program in 2012 to promote uniform, consumer-oriented, best practice standards for the receivables industry. Highly regarded within the industry and regulatory community, DBA’s Certification Program includes a mandatory annual review of the program requirements to ensure that they evolve with industry best practices and incorporate any new statutory, regulatory and judicial developments.

DBA International’s certification program offers professional designations to companies and individuals operating and employed within the U.S. receivables industry. Information and resources needed to pursue company- or individual-based certification, along with the application(s), can be found on the Certification Resources page.

The Certification Council has completed a review of the Receivables Management Certification Program and the Council’s proposed revisions are posted on this page. DBA members are encouraged to review the edits and email their comments to no later than October 30, 2015.