Wiseradviser: Using the Consumer Credit Act in Practice

Monday, 7 December 2020 - 10:00am to 4:00pm

Advice NI is following COVID-19 guidance and has cancelled face to face training until further notice. We will confirm closer to the time if this course will be delivered via the online Zoom platform instead of face to face. The skilled level Using the Consumer Credit Act In Practice course builds on the knowledge gained from the Wiseradviser e-learning course- The Consumer Credit Act (NI) or existing knowledge of the subject. Trainees are expected to have completed the above e- learning course recently. It is a very practical day designed to provide core practical knowledge sufficient to enable advisers to deal with everyday cases in their agency. Anything else is outside the scope of this course and should be referred to a specialist money adviser. The aim of the day is to build on an adviser’s confidence in dealing with CCA cases. By the end of the course you will be able to: •Understand the provisions of the Consumer Credit legislation •Know which parts of the Act relate to which credit agreements •Know how a consumer credit agreement should be executed and cancelled •Understand the information rights of clients •Know the obligations of creditors when clients default •Know how and when agreements can be terminated •Know the rights and responsibilities of clients and creditors with regard to HP agreements
Who Should Attend: 
Wiseradviser courses are appropriate to anyone currently working with vulnerable clients facing financial difficulties.
Fees: 
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: 
Pre-Entry Requirements: Learners must complete the online learning The Consumer Credit Act (NI) prior to attending the face-to-face day of this course. This online course is expected to take 5 hours to complete. This course can be found under the e-learning section of the Wiseradviser Northern Ireland website. Completion of the Introduction to Providing Debt Advice Course (or equivalent) is required as a pre-requisite for this course. For further information see http://www.wiseradviser.org.
Accreditation: 
This course is not accredited.
Last modified: 
Tuesday, 17 November 2020 - 3:49pm