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MoneyMinded Facilitator Training

MoneyMinded (TM) is a free adult education program which aims to help people take control of their money. The program builds financial knowledge and skills in areas including:

  • planning and budgeting
  • Getting started
  • understanding paperwork
  • credit providers
  • dealing with debt
  • rights and responsibilities
  • planning for the future, and
  • a roof over head (home ownership and tenancy)

MoneyMinded Facilitator Training

This is a two day course for community workers who would like to deliver the MoneyMinded program to their clients. It provides practical tools, contacts, information and resources to be used in day-to-day work.

  • Dates: 14 and 15 August 2018
  • Location: The Centre, 17 Chisholm Street, Wangaratta
  • Time: 9.30 – 5pm each day

Click here to register http://tiny.cc/moneyminded

MoneyMinded is an adult financial education program developed by ANZ and delivered by community organisations including the Brotherhood of St Laurence.

MoneyMinded was developed by ANZ in consultation with community organisations and education experts including Financial Counselling Australia, the Financial Counsellors Association of NSW Inc. and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission.

Download the flyer or visit bsl.org.au/moneyminded for more information.

What is MoneyMinded?

MoneyMindedTM is an adult financial education program that aims to help people build their financial skills, knowledge and confidence. It was established to respond to the need for financial skills education, especially among the most vulnerable members of our community.

ANZ developed the program in 2002, in conjunction with the NSW Department of Education and Training and an advisory committee including Financial Counselling Australia (FCA), the Financial Counsellors Association of NSW (FCAN), the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) and community sector representatives.

MoneyMinded has reached more than 490,000 people, making it the most widely used financial literacy program in Australia. More than 6,000 facilitators have been trained to deliver the program.