Step-down pathways for people with no recourse to public funds (NRPF) 

Develop your knowledge to identify step-down pathways for people with no recourse to public funds who have been accommodated as part of the emergency response to protect rough sleepers and other vulnerable homeless groups during the Covid-19 pandemic. 
 

Duration

1.5 hours 

Location 

Online via Zoom 

Who it's for

  • Housing Officers or other council staff who are supporting rough sleepers
  • Strategic leads and managers who are responsible for step-down planning

What you’ll learn

  • Who has ‘no recourse to public funds’ 
  • When and how a person may be referred to the Home Office or Social Services for accommodation and financial support
  • How to identify sustainable outcomes for people with no recourse to public funds to prevent them from returning to rough sleeping and what steps need to be taken to achieve these outcomes

Course outline​

  • Emergency response – where we are now
  • Identifying people who have no recourse to public funds (including European Economic Area nationals)
  • Home Office support 
  • Social services’ support for adults with care needs, families and care leavers
  • Routes to recourse 
  • Voluntary return 
  • Case studies  ​

Upcoming dates 

Thursday 23 July 2020 10.30am – 12.00

Price 

£50 per delegate

Book a place 

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Commission this course 

Please contact us​ for more information about delivering this course to your staff team or to discuss your training needs.