BESN e-learning quiz

Now you have completed the 3 PowerPoint slideshows covering the causes of fuel poverty, the effects of fuel poverty, and the solutions to fuel poverty, please answer the following multiple-choice questions to confirm you have done so.

If you've not yet read through the PowerPoints slideshows please go back and do so before proceeding.

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* Q) In Part 1 we defined what we mean by "Fuel Poverty". Which of the following options provides this definition?

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* Q2) Having defined fuel poverty, we then looked at what we might mean by "adequate levels of heating". Can you remember what temperature range we recommend for vulnerable residents?

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* Q3) Which of the following lists are the 4 Causes of Fuel Poverty that we investigated in Part 1?

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* Q4) In Part 2 we looked at the fact that there are many effects of fuel poverty, but they can largely be sorted into 4 broad categories. Which of the following options correctly lists those categories?

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* Q5) We then looked at how we might spot the signs that somebody is living in fuel poverty. What 3 questions should we ask ourselves when visiting a client in their home?

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* Q6) In Part 3 we defined the 4 solutions to fuel poverty. What are they?

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* Q7) Finally, we looked at what support is available to help people to achieve the 4 solutions to fuel poverty. Which of the following organisations can help offer advice and support?

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