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Thanks for the info Margaret - The exemptions for referral to the Work Programme is very useful. A few bullish (im)pertinent phone calls to the DWP and Shaw Trust/CDG may well get this appointment deferred until the WCA appeal is decided upon.

 

As for the WP referral its self, the mandatory appointment letter follows the correct format (although missing a sentence or two about expenses) for an ESA claimant. The inclusion of the Jobseeker booklet and "action plan" is probably an error (all be it, a sloppy one) on their part. Having reviewed this "booklet" (available on line from CDG), it is just a basic four page self assessment questionnaire targeted at JSA claimants - The OP can ignore it as it is irrelevant and serves no purpose other than to confuse.


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Please remember if 12 months+ you can be mandated by the DWP to go for a chat with a WPP to discuss your voluntary participation on the WP.

 

The go for a chat is mandatory the participation is not for those over a 12 month prognosis but these things are confusing!

 

Also most WPP also do the WFIs which are mandatory in a lot of areas.

 

As for this new medical thing for 12-18 months :whoo: Can't engage with something which does not exist on the NHS due to cuts :lol:

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