This half-day online training course explains how PIP entitlement ‘points’ can be scored if you show you cannot do something ‘reliably’. In this way, understanding reliability regulation 4 is vital to your understanding of who qualifies for PIP, and accordingly how you can support PIP claims and appeals.
• If refused PIP, there are poor chances at revision, but excellent chances at tribunal
• What goes wrong at the assessment stage?
• The importance of reliability regulation 4(2)
• The interplay between regulations 7 and 4
• How regulation 4 describes what you can do, and sets the reliability standard
• Whether you can do something safely
• Whether you can do something to an acceptable standard
• Whether you can do something repeatedly
• Whether you can do something in a reasonable time period
• How regulation ‘4 feeds regulation 7’
• How PIP case law can be very helpful
• How to use reliability regulation 4 to improve PIP claims and challenges
Methods of delivery and timings
This half-day experienced level course runs from 10.00 to 13.00, with a 30 minute break at 11.15. It is delivered live online, via Zoom, with CPAG trainer Steve Johnson.
It is a practical course delivered using a combination of trainer presentation, exercises and group discussion. Participants will be provided with a link to slides and exercises, hosted on CPAG’s e-learning platform, a week prior to the course. Participants are encouraged to work through those exercises, to maximise the benefit of the live sessions.
What you will need
Participants will need a Wi-Fi connection and a suitable device to access the internet. Prior to the event, participants will receive an email with a link which they should use to join the event and access supporting materials.