In November 2016 the discretionary support scheme replaced aspects of the social fund, a series of loans and grants designed to support individuals who were experiencing a financial crisis. This webinar will give a comprehensive overview of the operation of the scheme, as well as highlighting the changes introduced due to Covid-19.
Delivered by Law Centre NI adviser Rachael Jeffers, the session will focus on loans and grants available to people, including the Covid-19 specific measures, and the interaction between the various support schemes.
Online | 08 Dec 2020 | 10am – 12pm | £35
What does the course cover?
- Eligibility to the scheme.
- What financial support is available under the scheme.
- Challenging decisions.
- Top tips from experienced advisers.
Who is it for?
This course is for social security advisers who wish to develop their knowledge of the scheme.
How does it work?
Delivered by an experienced adviser, the two hour session will include an online presentation, notes, Q&A session and forum discussion.
What are the benefits of online learning?
You will enjoy a blend of learning styles, including face to face learning, discussion and interactive activities.
You can join the training in an environment that suits your arrangements, complimenting a flexible working environment.
You will receive ongoing support provided by your tutor, underpinned by Law Centre NI's expert legal and policy team. You will also enjoy the support and social interaction of other learners during group study.
For more information on costs and bookings, please use the form below, or contact our training team at firstname.lastname@example.org | (028) 9024 4401.