Category Short-term Training Programs

Training Programs For Sanasa Primary Societies

“Generally, using gold as a collateral to get advances is termed pawning. Pawning has become a popular practice to get funds quickly and redeem pawned articles when funds are available. Banks also treat pawning as a risk-free transaction and raise the limit of advances close to the market price of gold. Although pawning is only a type of financial inter-mediation, it differs from other methods.”

Training Objectives

  • Introduction of Pawning process as a new investment
  • Development of management’s knowledge on the
    advantages and disadvantages of Pawning
  • Transfer of knowledge and experience regarding
    Pawning legal proceedings
  • To reduce the risks of Pawning process and increase

Expected Results

  • Improve the pawning knowledge of the managers
  • Produced knowledgeable employees for bankers

Training Methodology

The teaching approach will be totally skill integrated with latest teaching techniques in which participants will get ample opportunities for professional development, collaborative learning and digital literacy and use of English language in interesting, activity based professional situations

  • Lectures, multimedia presentations, group
    exercises, case studies


  • Sinhala
  • Tamil
  • English

Target Audience

  • Pawning officers of the any bank or financial
  • Pass the G C E Advance Level

Maximum no. of participants per training is 20.
Minimum no. of participants per training is 10.

Training Duration

TIMING – 6 hour sessions

Training Venue

Structured Training Programs

  • At the SANASA Campus premises
  • Every Saturday

Customized Training Programs

  • At the Field Locations
  • Date and Time will be decided based on field requirement

Training Cost

Structured Training Programs

Rs . 4,700.00

per person for total package including tea, venue and training materials

Customized Training Programs

Rs. 6,000.00

per person for total package excluding meals and venue. Training materials will be provided.

Course Structure

  • Identification of gold items
  • Rules and Regulations on Pawning
  • Auction Process
  • Methods of Financial control
  • Documentary Management
  • Gold Protection System
  • Issues in pawning process
  • Gold packaging process

Contact Details

Assistant Director (Coop)
Center for Cooperative and Community Studies (CCCS)
Paragammana, Hettimulla,
Tel: 035 492 7772
Mob: 0712 063 205