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The Essentials

Make sure you're up-to-date with all the changes!

"This course was just what we were looking for - it's been a fab course, delivered in a really fresh and engaging way - whilst covering all the key changes for 2019.
It's created a real buzz around the office - the changes have significant implications for many of our tenants - but we came away with tips on how to minimise the impact.
 All the delegates found it really useful and have said that it will have a positive impact on their clients."
This full-day workshopis a hands-on, practical approach looking at the recent and forthcoming changes to welfare benefits.
By the end of the course, delegates will understand:

  • The Universal Credit SDP Gateway Condition,
  • The impact lifting the 3+children UC gateway will have on families,
  • The changes for mixed age couples - safeguarding future income,
  • How to take advantage of these rules and avoid the pitfalls,
  • Tips on dealing with common UC problems.

Outline of Day

9.30am Introductions

9.35am New ‘SDP’ Gateway
             What are the rules?
             ‘Taking advantage’ of the rules
              Which UC claimants will get a Transitional Payment?
              Case Studies

11.00am Break

11.15am Mixed age couples - new rules
               Protection for some
               What about moving home?
               Single to couple
               Options

12.45pm Lunch

1.30pm UC Problem areas
             UC assessments - missing out
             Issues for workers
             Turning Pension Credit age
             Benefit Cap now larger families can claim

2.45pm Break

3.00pm Two Child Limit - Refresher
               How the rules work under UC
               Which children are ‘protected’?
               What happens when two families join together?
               Exercise

3.45pm Overview of other 2019/20 UC changes
             Quiz
             Make sure you’ve not missed anything!

4.30pm Close

What delegates have said about this course:

"Great course, so informative and enjoyable."

"Excellent course. I learnt lots of useful hints and tips!"

Kept us involved - very relevant exercises. Trainer very informative and encouraged discussion."

"I have gained a much better understanding of the changes and already have two clients in mind that I will be discussing it with."

Our training aims to give delegates not just the information they need but also the tools and confidence to use it.

Our training is very practical- we understand what you need to know to tackle the problems tenants are facing, and we deliver the training in an interactive format using real life case studies.

We deliver over 200 training courses a year and have been providing training to many our customers for over 10 years.
To book this course to be delivered in-house for just £965+vat for up to 16 delegates...….

Call us now on: 01756 796394 or email: training@housingsystems.co.uk
Information
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"I have worked in housing for over 30 years and this is the best benefits training I have ever had."

Shoreline Housing
If you would like to learn more about our services just ask for an information pack - email us at: info@housingsystems.co.uk




In-house course
Universal Credit is more complex than anyone expected and those complexities are causing huge problems for claimants.


Many are not aware why the problem has arisen or how to deal with it.

Some don't even know that they are missing out on money they are entitled to.

This course aims to give delegates the knowledge and confidence to tackle these issues. 

Devised especially for those staff who have a basic knowledge of Universal Credit and are now ready to delve into the complexities of the system that they need to know for their job.

This course aids learning by using case studies and discussion and is different to most other UC training.

You will not be disappointed if you book this course.

Book this course in-house for just £965+vat (for up to 16 delegates).