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welfare rights practitioner
Mark Perlic has been a welfare rights practitioner since 1984; during which time he has worked as a caseworker, trainer and manager. He presently works as part of the management team of the City of Wolverhampton Council’s Welfare Rights Service.
In addition to his undertaking at the City of Wolverhampton Council, Mark compiles the:
Each of the publications have
proven hugely popular with those working in the field of welfare rights
and decision-making across the country.
Before joining Wolverhampton Welfare Rights Service Mark worked for Birmingham Tribunal Unit (BTU) as the Unit’s Training Officer. Whilst at BTU he was responsible for designing and delivering the Unit’s welfare benefits training programme providing a wide range of popular courses aimed at both the needs of new and seasoned advisers.
Before joining BTU Mark worked for Derbyshire County Council's Welfare Rights Service as a Welfare Rights Officer (Training and Policy Support). Whilst there he was responsible for delivering welfare rights training to the Social Work and Community Care staff and assisting with the development of community care policies and strategies. He also contributed to the high volume appeals work generated from countywide appeals based take-up campaigns.
Mark Perlic - MNP Training