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Facilitating Personal Financial Management is a professional development certificate course to provide facilitation skills to people who will be facilitating sessions or workshops on personal financial management in either group or one-to-one situations. This course is ideal for facilitators in organisations such as financial institutions, industry training organisations, youth service providers and community groups who wish to understand how to facilitate sessions and workshops on the fundamentals of managing personal finances.
At the successful completion of the course participants will be able to:
Intending participants who do not have a high level of financial literacy may take advantage of the extended version of this course which includes the teaching of personal financial management concepts.
Participants will need to have access to learners/audience so that the practical skills learned in this course can be applied. Participants will be encouraged to develop their individual portfolio of facilitation activities.
There are no entry requirements. Participants do not need a university entrance qualification. Extent of prior knowledge of personal financial management concepts will determine whether participants undertake the extended version of the course or be directed to other Fin-Ed courses.
The course will be delivered over twelve weeks as follows:
The course will be self-contained and all course material will be provided.
Coursework will require approximately three to five hours, but not more than five hours, per week.
The work will not be assessed or examined but course participants are expected to complete all the required course readings and show that they have completed the required activities, i.e.
Successful participants will be awarded a Certificate of Participation in Facilitating Personal Financial Management.
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Last updated on Tuesday 16 August 2016