The Institute's Spring Conference 2023 is back at The Queens Hotel, Leeds.
Conference Programme Available
The conference will be in the normal structure over two days with both plenary and streamed sessions as well as being supported by an expanded exhibition.
There will be two streams running throughout the conference; one focussing on Welfare Benefits and one on Revenues and Enforcement. Delegates attending the event will not be confined to attending sessions on any one stream. They will have the flexibility to ‘pick and choose’ which sessions to attend.
Speakers will bring delegates up-to-date on everything that is happening but also on what lies ahead for those working within the profession.
We'll be using Slido at this year’s Spring Conference 2023. Full details will be sent out to delegates prior to the event.
The Non-Domestic Rating Bill is currently passing through the Parliamentary process and will get the Royal Assent later this year. This important seminar sponsored by Analyse Local will review the progress of the Bill and comment on any amendments since it was laid in the House of Commons. The panel of speakers will then address the implications of the final proposals on both Billing Authorities and Ratepayers.
This course will examine the different financial consequences of the pandemic and cover the interpersonal skills and behaviours required to maintain control of conversations and negotiate effectively including managing confrontation. The course is relevant to managers involved in the development of collection strategies as well as all those who deal directly with debtors on the telephone or face to face.
This one day professional meeting is to be delivered virtually by Gary Watson IRRV (Hons), Chief Executive, IRRV. It is an event aimed at those working within both Local Government and the Private Sector.
This one day professional meeting will be of relevance to persons currently working within non-domestic rate; whether working in a billing authority or private sector.
This important seminar sponsored by Analyse Local will review preparations for the forthcoming financial year for both Billing Authorities and Ratepayers. Speakers will address the impact of implementing Government policy and the financial settlement with local government. The balance of funding between the two property taxes will be analysed together with the decision making and forecasting in local authorities and the completion of Government returns. Finally, an experienced practitioner will comment on the challenges for Billing Authorities in preparing their administration to administer and collect business rates in an election year.
This one day training course is to be delivered virtually through ‘Go-To-Meeting’ by Janet Alexander IRRV (Hons), Professional Services Officer, IRRV. It is designed for new entrants with little or no knowledge of business rates.
This two day training course is to be delivered virtually through ‘Go-To-Meeting’ by Janet Alexander IRRV (Hons). It is designed for practitioners who have an understanding of business rates and want to improve their level of knowledge further to master class level.
This one day training course is to be delivered virtually through ‘Go-To-Meeting’ by Janet Alexander IRRV (Hons), Professional Services Officer, IRRV. It is designed for new entrants with little or no knowledge of council tax.
This two day training course is to be delivered virtually through ‘Go-To-Meeting’ by Janet Alexander IRRV (Hons). It is designed for practitioners who have an understanding of council tax and want to improve their level of knowledge further to master class level.
An on-line training workshop over two mornings, this course gives delegates an invaluable introduction or refresher to the administration of NDR in Scotland. It will be of interest to local authority staff and others, such as Sheriff Officers’ staff and recovery agents.
An online training workshop over two mornings. This course takes delegates through the principles of council tax and will equip them to assess council tax charges correctly and to the correct charge payers.
An online training workshop over two afternoons. At the request of local authorities, IRRV is again running this popular workshop to give a foundation level introduction to Housing Benefit and Council Tax Reduction.
Christians Against Poverty (CAP) invites you to spend the day with them at their Insight Day. This is an open day for their creditor and referral partners to visit CAP's head office in Bradford and hear from their staff and clients about the work they do. It's free to attend and you can see more information or RSVP here. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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