It sounds good on the surface and would help reform the problems of abuse in the system. HOWEVER, it would be putting undue stress and pressure on families who are already working and still need assistance. What could the government do to help those families receive the benefits they need? For example, if a single parent is working a 40-50 hour a week job and still needs food assistance, what can they do? They probably don't have enough time or money for extra child care to participate in an extra 20 hours a week of skill training. Also, training doesn't guarantee they'll get hired.