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DEFERRED PAYMENT AGREEMENTS FOR WELSH LOCAL AUTHORITIES

Professional Seminar - Delivered Live Online

Course dates

20 November 2020

Duration

Half day Seminar

Format

Delivered live online by a trainer

Price

£125 plus VAT per person
Buy 3 places and get one free!

Deferred Payment Agreements (DPA) for Welsh Local Authorities:

A Best Practice Live Online Session

The challenge:

There is no doubt that deferred payment agreements are a valuable public service. They can prevent residents from being forced to sell their home to meet their cost of care, as well as providing the council with a secure lending option.

DPA Live Online:

In our half-day Deferred Payment Agreement live online course, we’ll look at some of the key issues in more detail and be discussing and sharing best practice, as well as reviewing the latest Ombudsman decisions.

This live online course is available as a scheduled course or on demand for your organisation only. Each course will be delivered with a maximum of 12 delegates.

The Agenda:

  • DPAs - Mandatory vs discretionary
  • Best practice in obtaining security for a DPA
  • Charging for DPAs and developing a cost neutral scheme
  • Best practice in communicating DPAs to residents
  • Latest Ombudsman decisions

Who should attend?

This seminar is ideal for anyone involved in the administration and policy setting of deferred payment arrangements in Wales.

Pricing:

The cost of this half-day scheduled course is £125 plus VAT per delegate. If you book three places or more, you get the fourth place free! Please get in touch for a quote if you'd like to book a live online course date for your organisation only.

Feedback from previous delegates:

"Brilliant speaker and has the right mix of humour, seriousness, control and openness to engage the audience."

"I strongly recommend anybody to attend these seminars as they have cleared up so many issues for our Local Authority."

"Great Seminar, well structured. Opportunities given to share your experiences and raise questions."

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