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Wiseradviser: Effectively Challenging Utility Debt

Advice NI

Advice NI

Cost: All Wiseradviser courses are free to organisations providing free and impartial money and debt advice. A £55 charge is applied for those seeking OCNNI Accreditation. Accreditation is currently optional for accredited courses but the paperwork must be completed for MAS accreditation.
This course will enable you to advise your client on their rights and responsibilities under the relevant utilities legislation including gas, electricity and telecommunications.

The course enables trainees to negotiate with creditors using the Codes of Practice to which those Creditors subscribe. It will also examine water reform. This course is accredited with OCNNI at Level Three. 

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. To find out if you qualify for free training contact [email protected]

All attendees MUST book their place online at www.wiseradviser.org and not using the Advice NI website. A notification e-mail will be sent once a booking request is received. Successful applicants will receive a confirmation e-mail advising them of their course place. Should a place no longer be required it MUST be cancelled via the wiseradviser website (see cancellation policy). To book a place on a Wiseradviser course participants must be registered on the Wiseradviser website. Visit www.wiseradviser.org for instructions on how to use this site, including how to book onto courses.  [email protected]

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  • Advice services
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  • Training
  • adviser training
  • Advice Training

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Location

1 Rushfield Avenue
Ormeau Avenue
Belfast
BT7 3FP
United Kingdom

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For information on this course and all other Advice NI courses visit our website www.adviceni.net/training. For more information on Wiseradviser courses run by Advice NI please email