Money skills for life
Duration: 1 hour
Course Trainer: Competition and Consumer Protection Commission
About this course:
Money skills for life is a personal finance talk, developed by the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (the Commission) to provide financial education to employees, with the support of their employer.
The course is aimed at staff who wish to gain knowledge about day to day personal and domestic finances.
Objectives of the course:
The overall objective of the course is to empower consumers by raising awareness and giving them information so they feel motivated to re-look at their personal finances and make at least one change that positively impacts on their situation.
The course enables consumers to feel confident that they know what questions to ask or where to go to should they need further help.
The Money Skills For Life talk is delivered by presenters trained by the Commission. Each attendee gets a free handbook to take home, which contains lots of useful information and tools to help them manage their money. The talk covers six topics:
- Sorting out your money;
- Saving and investing;
- Borrowing money;
- Dealing with debt;
- Planning for later life.