course Sec – Civil Enforcement

 Civil Enforcement Agent

Career Diploma

As personal and business debt continues to mount, opportunities for professionally trained and certified civil enforcement agents continues to rise.


What’s in the course

Our online and campus based training will prepare the agent  for a professional role in the recovery industry from the very basics of filing and gaining a judgment, to the steps of judgment enforcement and recovery.

  • Understanding the role of a civil enforcement agent
  • Distinguishing – understanding state and federal laws that apply including HIPAA / FDCPA
  • Technological methods of skip tracing – collections
  • The Art of Negotiations
  • Field investigations
  • Physical collections / recovery / repossession
  • Establishing a civil enforcement agency

Prerequisite: None
Study Method: On-line study
Program Length: As few as 6 Months

$ 395
Payment Options Are Available

Typical Tasks
Specific tasks typically required of a Civil Enforcement Agent includes: calling debtors to secure payments for judgments entered against them, skip-tracing and preparing documents to pursue the debtor by means of garnishment or property repossession or property and asset liens to satisfy judgments.

Potential Positions
Civil enforcement agents are generally employed by law firms, private investigation or collection agencies and can also be self-employed.

Employment Outlook
The civil enforcement specialist and recovery agent professions have seen a spike in growth especially during periods when our economy experiences a slowdown or financial lows.

Within one year after graduation, the estimated employment rate for this program is 100%.

The typical graduate starting wage is $35,000 with a wage potential of $100,000.