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Teaching Personal Financial Management (Educators) is a professional development certificate course that will equip educators to teach personal financial management and embed financial literacy in their teaching programmes. The course presents educators with the underlying adult learning theories, learning styles, models and strategies for teaching financial literacy, monitoring and evaluation of financial literacy programmes.
The course will be delivered via a contact day and online. Organisations enrolling a group of participants may negotiate for the course to be tailored to their organisation.
The course is open for registrations throughout the year.
At the successful completion of the course participants will be able to:
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 teaching resources and activities.
There are no entry requirements. Participants do not need a university entrance qualification. Prior knowledge of personal financial management concepts will be an advantage.
The course will be delivered over 10-12 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 Teaching Personal Financial Management (Educators).
$850 per person (incl GST)
Nb: The course fee above is based on an individual participant.
For larger groups from any organisation, a special rate can be negotiated.
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Last updated on Tuesday 09 June 2020