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BIS Commissioned Research

10 September 2019

NIACE has been commissioned by the Department of Business Innovation and Skills to research how skills provision for employed people claiming Universal Credit can help them earn more and progress in work. They are interested in all forms of skills provision; organised by employers, organised by Jobcentre Plus or other employment support providers, or sourced by employed people themselves. The findings of this survey will be used to inform policy on skills provision for employed people on Universal Credit. All responses will be reported anonymously. If you deliver skills provision for employees who are claiming Universal Credit or other benefits that will eventually transfer to Universal Credit (such as Working Tax Credit), please complete the online survey. This might be provision aimed solely at employed benefit claimants or provision aimed at them amongst others. Please complete the survey by Friday 18th September 2015. It should take no more than 10 minutes to complete.