Friends Against Scams is a national Trading Standards training programme.
By attending a Friends Against Scams awareness session or completing the online learning, you can learn about the different types of scams and how to spot and support a victim.
Anyone can be a Friend Against Scams and make a difference in their own way.
Read more about the scheme on the Friends Against Scams website.
How can I become a Friend Against Scams?
To become a Friend Against Scams you will need to complete a short training session.
You can do the session online on the Friends Against Scams website. It takes about an hour and has loads of great scams awareness advice, information on how scams target people as well as how you can spot possible victims of scams in your community.
Once you’ve done the session, you can download your certificate to show you are a Friend Against Scams.
If you’re interested in taking things further find out how you could become a SCAMchampion.
We’ll also be delivering training sessions to Norfolk County Council Services, existing and new partners, businesses, organisations, charities, voluntary and community groups.
If you think your company, staff, service, organisation or group could benefit from Friends Against Scams training, email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about our training package.