• ScorePlus


    Open Seminars

Scoring - Making it Work: Concepts and Techniques of Credit Scoring

20-21 November 2017. Course run by Helen McNab.


To provide an introduction to credit scoring, set within the business context of running a credit portfolio, for new Credit Risk Analysts and Managers, working daily with scored portfolios. 


  • Scorecard development principles
  • How to set scorecard strategies for new business / account acquisition
  • How to develop a policy framework for referrals and overrides
  • The techniques for monitoring scorecards, strategies and portfolio performance
  • The concepts of behavioural scoring


  • At the end of this two-day seminar, delegates will know how to:
  • Use scoring to set and evaluate credit strategies
  • Identify internal and external business factors which influence the results of their strategies
  • Anticipate, explain and respond to changes in expected results
  • Balance credit risk vs acquisition growth objectives

Who should attend

Credit scoring / risk analysts:

  • Involved daily in credit scoring, credit risk or the monitoring of credit strategies
  • Ideally with six months practical experience

Senior managers:

  • New to the credit risk / operations area
  • Requiring a strategic background to the role of scoring in running a credit portfolio

Format and materials

During the seminar:

Formal presentations with practical exercises and whole group discussion

Break-out discussion and feedback groups

To take away:

Seminar manual


2 days in-house or open seminar programme. 

Available as an open or in-house seminar. All open seminars are held at the top class Marriott Royal Hotel, Bristol, BS1 5TA, UK. In-house seminar dates are arranged to suit the client.

For more on course content and place availability, email training@scoreplus.com

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  • Excellent insight into credit scoring per se and its wider management opportunities.

    Decision Science Director

  • Really well taught - held my attention

  • Great facilitation - explanations clear and relevant