Advice NI is the leading provider of nationally accredited Advice and Guidance, Legal Advice and Independent Advocacy Qualifications in Northern Ireland.
In response to current guidance around stopping the spread of COVD-19, Advice NI has moved its training online for the remainder of 2020. We have a wide variety of content and formats to choose from.
Courses delivered live at scheduled times on Zoom
Courses with materials and content accessible anytime via our learning management platform with live Zoom sessions scheduled to support you as you progress
Courses with materials and content you can access online at a time that suits you
View and book onto our current courses at Upcoming Training.
Wiseradviser Live Online and Anytime Online courses can also be booked via the links here too.
If you have any questions or want to speak to us about bespoke training, please email email@example.com
What we can offer you
Get in touch with Advice NI for training on:
Benefits & Welfare
Training about dealing with benefits and Welfare
Fond out how we can help with your bespoke training needs
Training on how to deal with Money Advice issues
Get training on older people issues
Our online learning portal allows you to learn when you want to
Find out more about our range of courses
Anytime Online - Wiseradviser - Understanding and Supporting Clients in Vulnerable Circumstances (NI)This course looks at what vulnerability is, and introduces ways to identify, safeguard and support clients in vulnerable circumstances. It should be followed by the face to face (live-online) course 'Understanding & Supporting Clients in Vulnerable Circumstances'...
- This course covers 6 modules, which will give you an understanding of the Consumer Credit Act (CCA), from checking the agreement to hire purchase and bills of sale. You will also gain an understanding of the unfair relationships provisions, some of the legal protection the consumer and time orders...
- This course introduces you to the Standard Financial Statement (SFS) and how to use it with your clients when giving them debt advice. It is suitable for advisers of all levels of experience.
- In 2014, the Financial Conduct Authority took over responsibility for regulating consumer credit from the Office of Fair Trading. Find out more about changes in guidelines and legislation.
- The CFS is a simple tool that you can use to make debt repayment offers to creditors. This course covers the principles that underpin the CFS, the budget format, and how to use it.
- These resources are designed to help you to understand how to use CASHflow to support your clients. You can use them on their own or in combination with MAT’s dedicated training website for CASHflow.