Wiseradviser: DRO Intermediaries and Complex Cases

Thursday, 11 March 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. The course is only relevant to those who are hoping to train as an Intermediary with an approved Debt Relief Order Competent Authority. This skilled level course follows on from pre-course materials available on www.wiseradviser.org. In this workshop you will review a case-study and explore the role of the intermediary in more detail.
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. 6 CPD Points under NIAQS
Education/Professional Framework: 
In order for your place to be confirmed on this workshop you must: - Complete the online course Debt Relief Order Approved Intermediary: The First Steps (NI) available on www.wiseradviser.org and achieve a pass mark of 75% or above in the assessment. - Meet the pre-entry requirement of 12 months money advice case work experience and competence at skilled level. Please Note: In order to become an Approved Intermediary you will need all 3 training aspects of the DRO training which are; (1) 6 DRO online learning modules which includes completing an online DRO Practice Application Form available on the Insolvency Service’s Northern Ireland Portal. (2) 75%+achieved in the DRO Assessment and (3) Completion of the DRO Face-to-Face Training). Completion of the Introduction to Providing Debt Advice (or equivalent) is also required as a pre-requisite for this course. For further information see http://www.wiseradviser.org

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Wednesday, 18 November 2020 - 10:22pm