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The IRRV’s range of Online Training programmes train practitioners in all aspects of Housing Benefit & Council Tax Benefit, Business Rates and Council Tax.
The Basic online training programmes are designed for new entrants or those without prior experience of the subject matter. The Pro programmes are designed for the experienced practitioner and take a learner from a basic awareness level up to a standard of in-depth knowledge. They also act as an invaluable up-to-date reference and refresher tool for the experienced practitioner.
The online training programmes include:
- Benefits Basics
- Benefits Pro
- Council Tax Basics
- Council Tax Pro
- Business Rates Basics
- Business Rates Pro
- Taking Control of Goods
- Employment and Support Allowance
- The programmes are up-to-date and maintained on a daily basis;
- The unlimited user licence ensures that all your staff can benefit from the programmes;
- The courses give you and your managers peace of mind knowing staff have access to extensive information at their finger tips 24/7.
These programmes are designed to help organisations access e-learning easily and cost effectively. The first Online Training programme was funded by the Department of Work and Pensions and since then our product range has developed into an exciting range of programmes in Council Tax, Business Rates and Housing Benefit and Council Tax Benefit.
For more information on how the IRRV e-learning can help you and your staff please call
Kerry Macdermott on 0207 691 8981
Welcome to the Institute of Revenues, Rating and Valuation's e-Learning gateway for online training programmes in Council Tax, Business Rates and Benefits Online
The IRRV online training programmes have been designed to help you deliver cost effective, consistent and quality driven training.
The products can be offered on unlimited user licence, which ensures that all your staff can benefit from the programmes
Training is a key foundation to any operational practice. The effectiveness of an organisation can be measured by the quality of its training programmes. Employers use many different forms of training and develop their own versions of blended learning, which include face to face sessions, webinars, briefing
notes and other traditional forms of learning. Generally, the quality of these various approaches can be measured by the quality of the trainer and the material they use. The risk with the traditional forms of training is consistency and accuracy, particularly if you are delivering to a large number of people over a number of sessions. The inconsistency and quality are often the major factors in measuring the ‘value for money’ of the chosen approach.
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LATEST NEWS – Taking Control of Goods (TCOG) has been launched!
We have also launched a new programme on Taking Control of Goods (TCOG) which has been developed with the support of the enforcement industry and is designed to appeal to all staff who need to be certified enforcement officers or officers of local taxation administration who manage external enforcement officers