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CPAG in Scotland

We work to get a better life for low income families

INTRODUCING ASKCPAG

AskCPAG is our brand new online information and solutions platform designed to help advisers navigating the complexities of the social security system

information on coronavirus

Find our briefings, statements and advice for advisers on changes to the social security system in Scotland and the UK as a result of coronavirus (COVID-19)

CPAG ELEARNING ZONE

Free practical learning and resources on social security benefits in Scotland and the UK

PRE-ORDER: WELFARE BENEFITS & TAX CREDITS HANDBOOK, 2021/22

Written for claimants and their advisors, CPAG’s annually updated Welfare and Benefits and Tax Credits Handbook is the definitive guide to the UK’s social security system.

Online training programme announced for 2021 / 22

We have a full programme of online training courses that have been designed to help advisers stay informed and up-to-date during the current public health crisis.

The courses range in topic and training level to suit all learning requirements and are run by our experienced tutors in small class groups using the Zoom platform. These can also be delivered as 'online in-house' courses, direct to your organisation.

 

We are delighted to be extending our programme of courses through 2021 / 22 and these are now available to browse and book.

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NEWS

SCORSS Holyrood Manifesto 2021 published today

29 March 2021
We are proud to have contributed to the SCORSS 2021 Holyrood manifesto

Introduction to welfare rights

23 March 2021
It's back! Our hugely popular Introduction to welfare rights course returns in September..

Full publications list for 2021 now available

15 March 2021
If you’re using an old copy of our books, this really is the time to renew