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Scotland

Benefits for young people in further education or training

October 2019
This factsheet covers the special rules that apply for young people in further education, or on certain training courses.

Benefits and tax credits for students

October 2019
Overview of benefits and tax credits for students in Scotland

Parents claiming for young people in further education or training

October 2019
Factsheet explaining when a parent, or someone responsible for a child, can continue to claim benefit for a child aged 16 or over.

Benefits for disabled students

October 2019
If you are a full-time student with a long-term illness or disability you may be able to stay on benefits while you are studying.

Prison and benefits

Most social security benefits are affected if you are in prison. This factsheet outlines the main issues that come up if you are remanded in custody or if you are serving a prison sentence.

Introduction to benefits for student advisers

11 November 2019
Last chance to book on our training course: 19 November in Glasgow

Prison and universal credit

Your universal credit is affected if you are in prison.

New to welfare rights? We have the essential training for you

05 November 2019
Introduction to welfare rights; this is essential training if you are starting off as a welfare rights adviser or need a good understanding of the benefits system. It introduces you to the key resources and skills you need and takes you through the main benefits in detail.

Benefits for people from abroad - training

04 November 2019
Even without Brexit going ahead (yet), people who have moved to the UK and need to claim benefits face considerable barriers to accessing their entitlements. To assist effectively, advisers need a detailed understanding of the rules including recent changes in legislation and caselaw.

Representing at the First-tier Tribunal

04 November 2019
Places left for this course on 7 and 8 November in Glasgow.