Invest in your community’s financial capability.
What Is Financial Literacy?
Financial literacy is the ability to understand and make use of a variety of financial skills, including personal financial management, budgeting, and investing. It also means comprehending certain financial principles and concepts, such as the time value of money, compound interest, managing debt, and financial planning.
Achieving financial literacy can help individuals avoid making poor financial decisions and help them become self-sufficient and achieve financial stability. Key steps to attaining financial literacy include learning how to create a budget, track spending, pay off debt, and plan for retirement. Educating yourself on these topics also involves learning how money works, setting and achieving financial goals, becoming aware of unethical/discriminatory financial practices, and managing financial challenges that life throws your way.
+ What is Money?
The Money Course is a simple, interactive budgeting and money education course. It is designed to equip guests with the tools they need to get to grips with what is money?, their finances, and money management and the functions of Money. This course is suitable for everyone, but with a particular emphasis on those who might be struggling.
+ Children and Money
This is a course for children and their parents to learn about money together.