Universal Credit Migration – the end of the line

11 and 15 March. An online course for experienced advisers.

Dates: 11 and 15 March 2024

(You MUST attend both sessions)

Time: 10am-1pm each day

Location: Online via zoom.


This course is provided by Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG)

Who is the course for?

This training is for experienced advisers.

There is a maximum of 17 places. These will initially be offered to DDPO staff who are part of the Strengthening Voices Realising Rights (SVRR) project. Advice Strand.

About the course

Some claimants receiving ‘Legacy’ benefits under the old rules may elect to ‘jump ship’ early onto Universal Credit (UC) because they think it is better for them, or because they have been encouraged to do so by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) or other officials. This can result in winners and losers, with no way back.

Other Legacy claimants are sitting tight, waiting for a UC ‘migration’ letter from the DWP that will propel them into UC, at the risk of losing all their Legacy benefits if they fail to comply. This training will look at what this means for claimants.

The course covers

  • Legacy claimants who may opt to switch to UC as early migrators
  • Who may be better or worse off if they choose to jump ship, including special UC support for disabled claimants still on Legacy benefits
  • How Legacy benefit claimants can protect themselves now
  • How much transitional support early migrators may get if they switch early
  • How that support may erode or be lost
  • What will happen when managed migration eventually arrives
  • How the managed migration process will work
  • Deadlines and final deadlines
  • How much transitional support will be payable under managed migration
  • How that support may erode or be lost

How to book

To book a place, please click on the ‘Book your free ticket‘ button above.

By registering to attend you consent to Inclusion London passing your name, email and any access requirements to CPAG.

We will email you to confirm if your booking has been accepted. Closer to the date of the course we will email you details of how to join the Zoom meeting and any course materials.

If for any reason you cannot attend after booking please let us know ASAP so we can make the place available to others. Email Christine.Hathway@inclusionlondon.org.uk

Please also fill in a feedback form at the end of the session.


Please inform us of any access requirements at least 2 weeks in advance of the training or event.

About the SVRR Project

The SVRR project is funded by Trust for London.
The Trust funds a number of DDPOs to assist them to increase their capacity to deliver information, advice and advocacy to Deaf and Disabled residents. The Trust also funds IL to support these DDPOs and a broader DDPO network where appropriate, to equip them with the practical skills, training, peer support and resources they need to improve and strengthen their advice provision.

For more information about the SVRR project click on the following link: SVRR About the Project

What is a DDPO?

Deaf and Disabled People Organisations (DDPOs) are organisations that are run and controlled by Deaf/Disabled people, with Deaf/Disabled people representing at least 75% of Trustees and over 50% of paid staff.



Ticket Price Quantity
Universal Credit Migration £0.00

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