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The Royal College of Psychiatrists, Money Advice Liaison Group and Citizens’ Advice want vulnerability training to be mandatory for enforcement agents

By CreditMan Friday, March 17, 2017

The Royal College of Psychiatrists, Money Advice Liaison Group and Citizens’ Advice want vulnerability training to be mandatory for enforcement agents. High Court Enforcement Group (HCE Group) agrees. Vulnerability policies help ensure that employees and agents can understand and identify those who are vulnerable; that they have the skills and knowledge to manage instances of vulnerability in a professional and effective manner.

Development of the Level 3 award in ‘Vulnerability and Mental Health Awareness in Relation to Enforcement Practices’

HCE Group wanted to further extend this vulnerability knowledge to a higher standard and as a consequence developed the first ever regulated Level 3 award in ‘Vulnerability and Mental Health Awareness in Relation to Enforcement Practices’.

The qualification forms part of HCE Group’s wider Level 3 course in ‘Taking Control of Goods & Civil Enforcement’.

These bespoke Level 3 courses are the first in the country to be validated by a National Awarding Body, sitting on the Regulated Qualifications framework (RQF).