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When everyone has a home

028 9024 5640: Housing & Debt Helpline for Northern Ireland

Training Courses
Housing Rights-ONLINE
Tuesday, November 9, 2021 - 10:00 to Tuesday, November 16, 2021 - 13:00


***This course will run over two days, Tuesday 9th November and Tuesday 16th November, 10:00-13:00***. 

Our Level 3 accredited Financial Capability training looks at what financial capability means, the causes of debt in Northern Ireland, and how these impact on a client’s financial capability. We will also discuss the issue of clients who "can't pay" versus those who "won't pay" and look at  vulnerabilities clients may have and how such vulnerabilities can also impact on their financial capability.  

The housing training course relates these findings to empowering and helping the client to manage their own budget and sustain their home. To aid the client to do this, we look at what are priority and non-priority debts, how to prepare a financial statement and how to devise a sustainable repayment plan

Outcome of the training course:

A practical guide to the current financial capability issues, allowing attendees to consider how to help clients to be more financially aware, helping to sustain tenancies and increase budgeting skills  

Who  should attend this training course? 

  • Housing advisers 
  • Support workers 
  • Lenders 


This course is accredited through the Open College Network, course fee is inclusive of £50 OCN accreditation fee.

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