Wiseradviser: Court Action for Enforcement of Judgements Office

Monday, 18 January 2021 - 10:00am to 1:00pm

Advice NI is following COVID-19 guidance and has cancelled face to face training until further notice. This course will now run via the online Zoom platform and will be delivered as a live-online course from 10am-1pm. Access instructions will be sent to you after you sign up This course will equip money advisors with knowledge of the process for enforcing a debt. This is a specialist level training course and is primarily aimed at developing the skills and knowledge of a ‘skilled’ money adviser. This course is designed to build upon knowledge gained in the Debts & Courts course. It will outline where an intervention to negotiate, advocate and formally represent by the lay advocate can be actioned at enforcement stages. By the end of the course, you will be able to: • Understand the process of enforcement of a judgment • Identify the various enforcement orders available and outline the circumstances in which they can be enacted • Understand the impact that the enforcement has on the client • Assist the client in strategies to challenge and or respond to an order • Understand the process required when appealing to the Master for a review of repayment orders made, requests for stay of enforcement in housing cases.
Who Should Attend: 
Wiseradviser courses are appropriate to anyone currently working with vulnerable clients facing financial difficulties.
All Wiseradviser courses are FREE to organisations providing FREE and impartial money and debt advice. Participants who do not show up on the day, or do not cancel with at least 5 working days' notice, will be charged a fee of £30.
CPD Hours: 
This course is worth 4.5 CPD Points under the MaPS CPD Scheme. It is also worth 6 CPD Points under N
Education/Professional Framework: 
This course is for skilled advisers wishing to learn more on the jurisdiction of courts in debt cases. Participants are expected to have completed a Generalist Level Introduction to Providing Debt Advice course or it's equivalent; and have also completed the Understanding Debts and Courts in Northern Ireland and Bankruptcy courses. They should, therefore, have a good practical understanding of the rules and procedures for dealing with debt including enforcement.
This course is not accredited.

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Wednesday, 18 November 2020 - 10:22pm