CIH Eastern Regional Training: Universal Credit
About the event
Ipswich Borough Council
Benefits of attending
Since the announcement of Universal Credit, housing providers have been trying to source ways of working that mitigate the risk of increased arrears. There have been numerous early approaches across the sector as we all look to support customers in these profound changes.
This seminar will draw upon regional experiences so far and what learning we can take from them. We will be hearing from Flagship on their insight work to help alleviate the impact of Universal Credit through the creation of bespoke and innovative solutions created through modelling; Broadland Group on their approach to customer engagement and stories about their customers’ journey through Universal Credit since roll out last year and; East Suffolk Councils on their award winning approach to Universal Credit, their results and their successful lobbying of government, working as part of the DWP steering group.
There will interactive debates through a delegate forum and the opportunity to network and share learning over lunch.
Who should attendThis event will be beneficial to chief executives, directors, head of housing, solicitors, legal representatives, board members, housing teams/ frontline staff, housing managers, homelessness officers.
This event is free to attend for members and £75.00 + VAT for non-members.
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