Young people & Money
The financial Service Authority working in partnership with Citizen Advice and leaidng youth charity Fairbridge, have developed the Young people & Money programme designed to help give a greater awareness and confidence to organisations in engaging their young peope in money matters.
A4e, as one of four training providers, is responsible for delivering these training courses is fully commited to improve the lives of young adults who are not in education, employment or training.In the UK, there aer around 1.25 million young adults currently not in employment, education or training and FSA research shows.
Young People & Money is FREE one-day training course that has beendesigned to better equip organisations, who work with young people (aged 16-25) who are not in education, employment or training (NEET), in providing them with a greater understanding along with supporting toolkit to help deal with the issues faced by young people in financial awareness and capability.
The core subject areas covered in the courses are:
- The psychology of young people and money
- Income, budgeting and banking
- Costs of credit and comparing credit deals and options
- Skills to engage young people in financial matters
- Identify practical ways to use and embed the exercises/matters in your existing work.
The couse will help you to develop coherent strategies and practices that you will need to help your young people become more financially capable. The course is not however there to make your money advisor nor youth workers.
Venue: Holiday Inn Cardiff, Castle street, Cardiff, CF10 1XD. Tel 0870 4008140
Date: 17th March 2008
Time: 9.30am - 4.30pm
Book a workshop on: 0845 189 8081 or email firstname.lastname@example.org