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Finally managed to find a ES567SJP form online that I have printed off and started to complete. As I have MWA hanging over me, not sure how to answer some of the questions as not sure whether MWA counts as a job opportunity.

 

Question 6 in part one asks - Are you willing and able to change the hours of your course so that they do not overlap with the hours you said you are available for work in your Jobseeker’s Agreement?

 

Now if I answer yes to that will it be claimed I can do MWA and fit college around it?

 

I have attached the form and the guidance they use.

 

If anyone can shed any light then please help.

 

I have a feeling that because I was referred to MWA the same day I found out I had an interview for college then they will use this to say the MWA takes priority and will have to give up the college course

 

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Question 6 in part one asks - Are you willing and able to change the hours of your course so that they do not overlap with the hours you said you are available for work in your Jobseeker’s Agreement?

 

Presumably, the hours are set by the college, so the answer would have to be No.


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Presumably, the hours are set by the college, so the answer would have to be No.

 

So my understanding of the regulations is if I say No then I am not entitled to any JSA despite it being a part time course

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As the course is under 16 hours per week, you should still be eligible to claim JSA.


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