We're delighted to be able to run our Complex Cases courses for free to members thanks to funding from Computershare Loan Services and its Charity Donations Fund. 

The course provides an innovative and evidence-based approach to dealing with complex cases and offers experienced advisers the chance to consider rarer or unusual cases based on real scenarios.

Funding from Computershare to offer the course for free comes at a time when the complexity of cases advisers see daily continues to increase. The course will allow advisers to become better equipped to manage the challenges this brings.

Yvonne MacDermid, CEO at Money Advice Scotland, said: “We’re thrilled to be able to offer this course free to our members. We know how complex some cases have become, and this training will better equip advisers to work through the increasing complexity and difficulty of problem debt.

“Most importantly, people in debt will benefit from getting advice from advisers who have had experience of breaking down difficult cases.”

Andrew Jones, CEO at Computershare Loan Services, UK, said: “We’re really excited to be able to help Money Advice Scotland with this course, which will provide much-needed support to money advisors dealing with complex and unusual consumer debt cases.

“Money Advice Scotland plays a crucial role in helping people overcome difficulties with money and build sound financial futures for themselves.”

Complex Cases is part of MASTrain. The free courses are to run on 5 February and 4 March with the possibility of more to be added.

Click here to see the full programme of MASTrain courses.