The RLA is now running courses on universal credit and the impact it will have on the work of landlords, when it is introduced later this year.
Universal credit will impact on thousands of tenants across the country, the vast majority of whom will receive their housing benefits directly when universal credit is launched. For any landlords in receipt of housing benefit payments then the proposed changes could impact their revenues significantly.
The RLA is delighted to have expert Bill Irvine on board to deliver the RLA’s universal credit training courses from February onwards.
For more information visit the universal credit course webpage.
Further training information
- For a full list of training sessions run by the RLA please see our website for the full calendar of courses.