Following the EU referendum result the rights and responsibilities covered in these course notes won’t change unless new laws are passed. This will take time and we will update relevant courses when appropriate.
- Overview of migration and eligibility of non-EEA nationals
- Detailed examination of rules on EEA workers, work seekers, self-employed people and family members
- Temporary and permanent incapacity for work and pregnancy
- Rights of those caring for children
- Permanent rights to reside
- The rules for Croatian workers
- Case law in all relevant areas.
Note: Delegates are encouraged to bring cases and issues of concern for discussion.
After this course, you will be able to:
- Understand how immigration and European law works in relation to housing rights
- Understand eligibility for European migrants
- Advise applicants appropriately.
Advisers, policy makers and housing providers who need to know about the practical consequences of legislative and procedural change. This course is designed for people with experience in housing, and a good basic knowledge of the framework of housing provision.
Note: This course complements our 'Immigration Status and Housing Rights' course. It does not cover any other groups than those stated.
Meet the trainer
John Shortridge has been a freelance trainer and consultant for over 15 years. He has written training materials on many aspects of housing and homelessness law, debt and welfare benefits and tailored courses on these themes for numerous local authorities, volunteer organisations, housing associations and colleges.
John was also an adviser for the Citizens Advice Bureau Service for 10 years. In June 2002 he completed the Common Professional Examination (Diploma in Law) with commendation.
John has a lively, interactive training style.