Fuel Poverty and Health E-Learning

How will the E-Learning work?

E-Learning is self led giving learners the flexibility to study as and when they wish.

Once registered, learners will have access to the course for four weeks and be able to study online at a time and location that is convenient to them.

The course includes a variety of written text, videos, interactive activities etc to keep learners engaged. A short quiz is also included at the very end of the course to test the learners knowledge.

A handout booklet covering the relevant topics will also be available to download and keep.

Tutor support

Tutor support will be available upon request. This is usually done via telephone / video call.

Suggested study time

This course will take approximately 2 hours to complete however each learner is different and E-Learning offers the flexibility to study at your own pace. Learners will have access to the course for four weeks from their selected start date.

E-Learning Fees


*FUNDED PLACES are available to non-commercial organisations based in England and Wales (such as local authorities, housing associations, advice agencies etc). Learners must also be frontline staff or volunteers that encounter and provide advice to those in or at risk of fuel poverty.

For those not eligible for a funded place, fees are as follows:

NEA MembersNon-Members
PLEASE NOTE that the NEA members discount only applies to ‘enhanced’ membership as outlined in the membership documentation.


We also offer ‘organisational licences’ to organisations that have a large number of staff to train. This will provide access for 6 months or 12 months for an unlimited number of learners.

This type of licence will provide a tailored version of the course specifically for the organisation.

Included within the licence fee are two tailored slides to add information that is specific to your organisation. This may be information on local schemes, contact details etc. Additional tailored slides can be purchased upon request.

The organisation can appoint an admin person who will be able to access reports on learner activity.

Please note that the organisation licence option is not funded, for further details, costs and terms please contact lynsey.thompson@nea.org.uk

Contact for further details

Tracy Norris, National Energy Action


To book a place, please complete the booking form below.


E-LEARNING BOOKING FORM – Fuel Poverty and Health

  • To book a place on the Fuel Poverty and Health e-learning please complete the following fields.

    PLEASE NOTE: Once you complete the booking form and select submit you should see a confirmation note on screen. If you return back to the top of the booking form your booking is not complete. Please check that all relevant fields are complete (all fields marked with a * are mandatory) then submit again.


  • PLEASE NOTE – this course is self-led so there are no set dates to attend (this is just an indication of when you would like your learning to begin. It can take up to 5 working days for login details to be sent).
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  • The content of this course will focus mainly on England and Wales. If you are based in Northern Ireland or Scotland and interested in attending, please contact lynsey.thompson@nea.org.uk before booking so we can discuss the main differences.

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  • As indicated above in the course outline, funded places are available to non-commercial organisations in England and Wales. Learners must be frontline staff / volunteers that encounter and provide advice to clients in or at risk of fuel poverty (i.e. essentially on a low income / in a vulnerable situation and who are struggling to manage their household energy needs). Standard fees for learners that do not meet the above criteria are outlined below.
  • As outlined above, funded places are only available to non-commercial organisations and learners must be frontline staff / volunteers that encounter and provide advice to those in or at risk of fuel poverty, Please tick to confirm the following eligibility questions (you must be able to confirm the first two questions in order to receive a funded place):

  • IMPORTANT NOTE: NEA relies on funding from external sources to enable us to offer free training activities. In order to fulfil our commitments to funders we need to ensure that learning takes place on time and that we meet the required minimum number of delegates. Failure to do this may impact on future funding.

    If you receive a funded place and no longer wish to complete the course please inform NEA as soon as possible so that your place can be reallocated.


  • The details provided in this section will be used to issue an invoice. Please provide the relevant finance / accounts payable contact details and if needed, a purchase order number to ensure prompt payment.


  • From time-to-time NEA may also send details of further projects / training events including free courses. Would you like to be included in these mailings?

  • If you have read and agreed to the above information please select the submit button below to complete your booking.

    PLEASE NOTE BEFORE SUBMITTING: If you return to the top of the course outline once you select submit, your booking is NOT complete and the form has not submitted properly. Please check that all relevant fields are complete (all fields marked with a * are mandatory) then submit again.

    Once submitted you should receive a confirmation e-mail.

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