Because people in debt deserve to be treated fairly.

Our approach


In collaboration with the Money Advice Trust and Citizens Advice Scotland, Wiseradviser offers a free-to-access training programme for advisers in Scotland.



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At Money Advice Scotland, we are keen to ensure that the views and concerns of our members, partners and supporters feature prominently on the policy agenda.



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Author: Abbey Fleming

Our Impact


In 2017/18, 726 advisers benefitted from 63 of our free-to-access Wiseradviser course


On average, 94% of attendees rated our training as good or excellent


Our helpline received 1,977 contacts in 2017/18 with 93% of callers reporting a drop in worry levels after speaking with us

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Latest events

  • Complex cases

    This course will be based around in-depth discussion of complex case studies based on real scenarios. Read more

  • Universal Credit for money advisers

    This half day course is aimed at money and debt advisers with a high volume of clients who are on Universal Credit. Read more

  • Money advice basics for non-advisers

    This half day course is aimed at those who work in a non-advisory capacity with people who may need debt or money advice. This includes non-advisory staff in advice agencies, support staff in charities and community groups, and staff in organisations such as Credit Unions. Read more