Housing Systems: Combating poverty and sustaining tenancies.
UC: Which students can claim
Most students are not able to receive UC - but there are some exceptions. This course looks at the qualifying criteria for people “receiving education” - both advanced and non-advanced, full time and part-time.

The course also looks at how UC takes account of student income - including student maintenance loans, grants and other bursaries.

Aimed at: Housing professionals, and advisers working with students.

The course in interactive with small quizzes as you go along.

At the end there is a quick final quiz so you can test yourself on what you have learned.

A basic knowledge of the benefits system is assumed.

This course is now available.

Enrolment options
If you would like to take this course you have two options:

If you are a Housing Systems member please subscribe to our E-Learning Modules - more here.

If you are not a Housing Systems member - or you don't need access to all our courses..
please go to our E-Learning web site - click here.

Or if you would like access to this courses via your own Learning Management System then please contact us for a price: training@housingsystems.co.uk

"Brilliant course - covered everything I needed to know about students and UC."

"An essential course for anyone who supports students. Great exercises check your understanding as you work through the course."

"I now have a better understanding of which disabled students can claim UC."

"Another great specialist UC E-Learning course. It's what Housing Systems is best at - providing detailed and practical information."