External training providers
AdviceUK run a number of courses for those working in the advice sector including those working in money/debt advice. For details of all their training and qualifications please click the link below.
Aperture seminars are open to both trained money advisers and volunteers who are looking to improve their knowledge of Individual Voluntary Arrangements.
The seminars are free to attend and include complimentary lunch, refreshments and offer free CPD points.
For more information or to register for an Aperture seminar, please click the link below.
We ran several budgeting courses to a variety of groups - from a “half way house” to debt clients to professional people to improve their financial situations. The plan is to develop this further for children and young adults, as there is a need in our area. This is of course beyond our normal debt advice work however we believe prevention is better than cure
Benefit Boat provides "off the shelf" and bespoke training courses including Universal Credit, Disability & Benefits, Personal Independence Payments (PIP) and other benefit related courses.
For more information and details of how to contact them to discuss your requirements, please click the link below.
Child Poverty Action Group
Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) work on behalf of the one in four children growing up in poverty in the UK. CPAG provide training, advice and information to make sure hard-up families get the financial support they need.
Their comprehensive training programme includes courses such as Dealing with Debt, Universal Credit, PIP and Benefits for non-advisers.
Cinnamon Network host a variety of events and networking opportunities across the UK
“I didn’t think people like you existed anymore.”
PayPlan offer various workshops & training especially on all aspects of Insolvency. Click the link below for details of their training programme.
Turn2us runs workshops across the UK to help front-line workers and volunteers (‘intermediaries’) use Turn2us’ tools and services to support people in financial need.
Register for one of their regional workshops or contact them to discuss setting up an in-house workshop for your staff/volunteers.
CMA advisers are required to keep their knowledge and skills up to date. One of the best ways to do this is by registering for and undertaking Wiseradviser training (sponsored by The Money Advice Trust). This offers a comprehensive range of high quality online and face-to-face training courses for the not for profit debt advice sector.
In order to access these modules you are required to register with Wiseradviser.