Training and Qualifications
If you work in the advice sector and want to develop your skills, broaden your knowledge or just keep up with current practice, AdviceUK’s Training & Qualifications team has a solution for you. We offer a range of courses and qualifications, covering every aspect of advice and much more!
UPDATE MAY 2020: AdviceUK NVQ Advice & Guidance Qualifications are still open and available, with your induction taking place online. All other courses are postponed until further notice.
We are also able to offer some in-house training online, get in touch via email@example.com if you want to find out more.
Learning to Advise and other face-to-face courses, are postponed until at least the start of September 2020.
Our training is available across a number of different sectors and for a variety of audiences; and is delivered by experienced practitioners at an affordable price.
Hundreds of people have taken our training, improved their practice and recommended us to others.
Why not join them? Please select your course by choosing the sector you work in by clicking on the relevant pictures below:
Some of our training and qualifications courses may also be appropriate for organisations in the sectors below. Please give our training and qualifications team a call to discuss your needs.
Access to Wiseradviser
Wiseradviser blended learning is provided by the Money Advice Trust (MAT) to members of its partner organisations in the UK free advice sector and also to certain other organisations and individuals. In most cases, access to Wiseradviser services is free upon registration. Further details are available on the wiseradviser website.
AdviceUK is a MAT partner organisation. Advisers working for members of the AdviceUK network can benefit from the full blend of learning provided by Wiseradviser including:
Wiseradviser offers face-to-face training in a range of locations nationwide. This is available at three skill levels – Generalist, Caseworker and Specialist – to assist advisers in their development as money advisers. For further details see the Money Advice Standards document at the bottom of this page.
News and reference materials on money advice related subjects.
Discussion Forums specifically targeting money advice related matters.
How to find out more
The full blend of learning can be accessed through the wiseradviser website.
It is necessary to register first. The registration process is straightforward. Members of MAT’s partner organisations will be approved to access the site within four working days and advisers will receive an email to confirm when their registration has been approved.