This is PART 2 of a two part course. To attend the complete course, please book via Part 1.
BENEFITS FOR EEA NATIONALS, Part 2:
This part of the course continues to look the main Right to Right Reside groups and considers how to approach a case involving the Habitual Residence Test. This part of the course goes on to practice what has been taught and returns to the broader issues we should consider when working with European migrants.
By the end of the course participants will:
• Be familiar with the rights of an EEA jobseeker, family member rights and the derivative right to reside.
• Be able to use a systematic approach to understand the benefits rights of European migrants.
• Have had an opportunity to consider a range of scenarios that may come in their work.
Methods of delivery
This course is delivered online live with a BTC trainer. It is a practical course delivered using a combination of trainer presentation, exercises and case studies, group discussion and games. Participants will be provided with e-learning supporting material including PowerPoint slide handouts, a comprehensive training pack pdf and additional resources.
This course is for staff working with non-British European nationals. No previous experience is required although a working knowledge of the wider benefits system is assumed.
What you will need
Participants will need a Wi-Fi connection and a suitable device to access the internet. Prior to the event, participants will receive an email with a Zoom link which they should use to join the event and a Dropbox link to a pdf of the training pack which should be downloaded (either printed or to their computer/device) before the course.
Named participants who complete all parts of this modular online course will be eligible for an e-certificate, access to our benefits news and 12 months access to our post course advice service.
In the week before the course, you will receive an email with Zoom link(s) to the course and a Dropbox link to access the pack/slides which are in pdf format. You will need to download (or print) the pack (and slides, if you wish) before each part of the course.
You will need a good wifi connection and a suitable computer/laptop to access both the Zoom session and the pack throughout. You may wish to use a separate device for the pack (or split your screen) if you cannot or do not wish to print.
We recommend participants log in a few minutes beforehand. You may also wish to have a pen and paper handy to make notes.
There is NO PART 2 TICKET available for this course
Please go to Part 1 to book onto both parts of this course.