High Court Enforcement Professional Programme
The High Court Enforcement Officers Association has established this professional programme to build in-depth High Court Enforcement and business management understanding and skills.
The High Court Enforcement Professional Programme includes a suite of units and qualifications which lead to the ICM Level 5 Diploma in High Court Enforcement (QCF). Learners can take either a single unit for a specific area of work or build credit for an ICM Level 4 Certificate in High Court Enforcement or Level 4 or 5 Diplomas in High Court Enforcement. Additionally, the programme includes an optional introduction to management and personal and study skills tuition which learners can include to develop their skills and effectiveness. The Level 5 Diploma supports the preparation of procedures and documentation required for the application to become an Authorised High Court Enforcement Officer.
The Institute of Credit Management (ICM) is the largest professional body for credit management in Europe. The ICM has suites of nationally recognised units and qualifications which range from Level 2 to Level 5 and provide a benchmark for the credit, collections and enforcement areas of work. ICM qualifications are internationally recognised and are accredited on the UK Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF). The ICM Awarding Body is recognised by the qualification authorities of England, Wales and Northern Ireland authorises to develop QCF units and rules of combination, and to award QCF credit and qualifications.
The Level 4 qualifications cover six areas:
- Introduction to High Court Enforcement.
- Transfer up to High Court.
- HCEO fees & accounting.
- Writs of Fifa.
- Writs of Possession and CPOs.
- Less Common Writs.
The Level 5 Diploma in High Court Enforcement covers five areas:
- High Court Enforcement.
- Business strategy.
- Budget & risk management.
- Operational planning & compliance.
Each area contains units that are individually assessed and require approximately 6 weeks of learning (see back page). Learners receive a certificate on completion of each unit and credit on their Personal Learner Record which will count towards the final qualification. Each Diploma takes about two years to complete, depending on how many units a learner takes at one time and the amount of credits transferred from other qualifications.
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Click here to download a copy of the syllabus.