What can training providers do to increase the attendance of benefit claimants at training?

Using behavioural insights to examine benefit claimants’ approaches to training opportunities New research has identified the key influences on whether benefit claimants attend training, including the effect of being ordered to undertake it. Skills Conditionality was introduced in 2011 and individuals receiving certain types of benefits can be required to train. The Institute for Employment […]

Using behavioural insights to examine benefit claimants’ approaches to training opportunities
New research has identified the key influences on whether benefit claimants attend training, including the effect of being ordered to undertake it. Skills Conditionality was introduced in 2011 and individuals receiving certain types of benefits can be required to train. The Institute for Employment Studies undertook the study on behalf of the Department for Education, and the report makes recommendations …




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