WHO IS THIS FOR?
This course is for anyone who is working with claimants of 'legacy benefits' who will be facing migration to UC in the near future.
This course takes a look at the processes and rules around both 'natural' and 'managed' migration, highlighting the differences, issues and advantages. It aims to equip the learners with the knowledge they need to correctly advise claimants to ensure that their transition is made at the most appropriate time for them if possible and that it happens as smoothly as it can, but if issues arise, the learners will be able to act accordingly.
HOW IS THE COURSE DELIVERED?
This course can be delivered online, or face to face. It is a practical course delivered using a combination of trainer presentation, exercises and cases studies, group discussion, and quizzes.
We advise that this course be delivered over a minimum of 6 hours either as:
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AFTER THE COURSE:
Learners will receive a copy of the PowerPoint slides, a certificate, and any additional resources such as relevant flowcharts and summary sheets. They will also be asked to complete an evaluation form.
IF BOOKING TO BE DELIVERED ONLINE:
We will be in touch to discuss and finalise the arrangements. Learners will need a good wifi connection and a suitable computer/laptop to access both the training session and a second internet-enabled device such as a tablet or smartphone for joining in any quizzes. In the week of the course, learners will receive an email with a link to the course, as well as a reminder just before the course is due to start.
IF BOOKING FACE TO FACE:
We will be in touch to discuss and finalise the arrangements. We will require a delegate list a week before delivery. It is assumed that you will source and provide a suitable venue taking account of any Covid restrictions in place at the time of delivery.
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