Diploma in Money and Debt Advice.
We have developed the first Ofqual accredited diploma in money and debt advice. The Institute of Credit Management (ICM), Europe’s largest professional credit management organisation, is the awarding body for the qualification.
There are six money and debt advice units in total. Credits from each of the units can be accumulated towards either the diploma in money and debt advice or a diploma in credit management (minimum 37 credits required).
The qualification is very flexible. You can study towards the diploma by completing all six units or just study for one and receive an individual unit award.
Assignments have both a principles and a practice section, you can choose to study just one or both sections.
|Unit name||Credit value|
|General money and debt advice.||3||4|
|Debt prioritisation and collection process advice.||3||3|
|County court procedures and enforcement advice.||4||3|
|Statutory debt solutions.||4||4|
|Non statutory debt solutions and budgeting advice.||3||3|
|Money and debt advice call handling.||3||3|
If you are not already a member of the ICM, then you will need to register. To do this please complete the ICM’s online application form. If you prefer to speak to someone you can call the ICM’s membership team on 01780 722903. If you require any further information about the ICM qualifications, you can contact them on 01780 722909.
Once you have registered with the ICM please contact us to discuss your coaching needs.
There are three assessment submission dates throughout the year, January, June and October. There is a fee of £70 for each assignment that you submit. This is payable to the ICM.
Qualifications in money and debt advice awarded by:
"Studying allowed me to enhance my existing knowledge, so I can give confident and effective advice to our clients and gain a professional qualification at the same time"