Tax Credit Training

19th August 2012

Do you or your staff work with families on a one to one basis, providing support and information to help them with their every-day family life? Do you provide financial or benefit support or advice to families? Would you benefit from increasing your knowledge of Working Tax Credit, Child Tax Credit and the Childcare element? Our half-day training course aims to provide professionals with the knowledge and tools to enable them to confidently support a family which has questions about tax credits and the possible levels of support which could be available to them.

This training course will enable you to: •Understand Working Tax Credit/ Child Tax Credit and what the differences are. •Understand the Childcare element. •Identify who can make a claim; what goes into a claim and how a claim is calculated. Delegates will undertake a number of exercises throughout the session to help cement their learning. Limited places are also available on the 28th Feb, from 9:30am-12:30pm. Places are available at £40 for individuals or voluntary/community workers; £70 for public or private sector workers. Please contact us for group discounts. For more information or to book your place please contact us via or telephone 0114 275 8876.

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