London, United Kingdom, April 21, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Fundamental reforms to the UK welfare system have now become law. The Welfare Reform Act is designed to improve work incentives, simplify the benefits system and tackle administrative complexity.
The overhaul of the welfare system has a far-reaching impact on both claimants and key stakeholders responsible for managing the transition and running of the new system. Capita’s 9th National Welfare Reform Conference, taking place in London this July, comes at a crucial time to equip you with the knowledge and understanding of how to meet the challenges of delivering the key aims of this radically altered programme.
Now is your chance to learn how to provide the advisory services, employment support and money management techniques in line with national priorities and local needs. This critical conference provides knowledge on:
• How Universal Credit will affect claimants and the route to implementation
• The role of the Localism Act in welfare reform
• Supporting vulnerable groups through the benefit changes, such as the Personal Independent Payments (PIPs)
• How the housing sector is responding to direct payments
Don’t miss this opportunity to question policy makers and leading practitioners, understand the latest developments in legislation and hear how the practicalities of delivering this can be achieved.
Contact Richard Goddard on 020 7960 7719 or email@example.com