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Challenging PIP Decisions (London) 24 April 2020

24th April 2020
London
This one-day course looks at how to challenge personal independence payment (PIP) decisions. There is an opportunity to discuss how the different PIP criteria affect appeal tactics, and think through...

Mental Health and Benefits (London) 27 April 2020

27th April 2020
London
This course provides a practical and tactical look at working with people with mental health diagnoses to help secure full entitlement to benefits, and to help avoid some of the...

Representing at the First-Tier Tribunal (London) 4 & 5 May 2020

4th May 2020 to 5th May 2020
London
This popular two-day course gives a basic grounding in representing clients at the First-tier Tribunal. Through mock tribunals, participants gain experience in a safe environment where there is nothing to...

Benefits for EEA nationals (Glasgow) 5 May 2020

5th May 2020
Glasgow
This one-day standard level course looks at the benefit rules that particularly affect EEA nationals. Focusing on the operation of the right to reside, habitual residence and past presence tests...

Universal Credit: Where Are We Now (London) 6 May 2020

6th May 2020
London
Universal credit is now available for new claims everywhere in Great Britain, meaning many more people are affected every day. Almost all claimant groups of working age can claim, including...

Universal Credit for Students (London) 11 May 2020

11th May 2020
London
With the introduction of universal credit, the benefit rules for students as we know them are swept away and new rules set up in their place. This one-day course explains...

Introduction to welfare rights (Glasgow) 11 - 15 May 2020

11th May 2020 to 15th May 2020
Glasgow
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 social security...

Universal Credit: Where Are We Now (Liverpool) 14 May 2020

14th May 2020
Liverpool
Universal credit is now available for new claims everywhere in Great Britain, meaning many more people are affected every day. Almost all claimant groups of working age can claim, including...

Universal Credit for Disabled People (Manchester) 18 May 2020

18th May 2020
Manchester
As the migration to universal credit (UC) continues more people with ill health and disabilities will come under UC. This course looks at the UC rules that particularly affect ill...

Students and benefits - an update (Edinburgh) 20 May 2020

20th May 2020
Edinburgh
Make sure you know what benefit changes are in the pipeline and likely to affect students, in particular with the continuing introduction of universal credit. The course is for advisers...