Young People and Money – Financial Capability Workshop

Do you work with excluded vulnerable young people?

Would you like to be more confident in supporting your more vulnerable young people with managing money?

Do you face these challenges?

  • Engaging vulnerable young people in issues around money?
  • Enabling young people to make the most of their money?
  • Understanding the psychology of young people and money?
  • Supporting young people to make informed choices about saving and borrowing, and to manage debt?
  • Enabling those working with young people to embed financial capability in their current practice and services?

When supporting vulnerable young people to manage their money better it is vital to do it in a way that is engaging and makes sense to their worlds. It also needs to be at a level that works with attitudes and behaviours, as well as knowledge and skills.

Following their recent consultation workshops, which some of you may have attended, Developing Youth Practice are offering a reduced rate for their Young People and Money Training Workshop, designed to support youth practitioners and organisations engaging with young people aged 13-25 to improve their financial capability, measure and develop effective financial capability interventions for young people.

The Outcomes Framework developed will be published as part of the Money Advice Service Financial Capability Toolkit and Developing Youth Practice, building on their relationship with the Centre’s network, are offering a 25% discount off of their standard rate for their one-day Young People and Money Workshop, the accompanying Young People and Money Tool Kit is available as a free download here.

The discounted workshop will be available groups of up to 16, delivered at your venue and the discount is available on days booked before the end of June 2017 and delivered before the end of the year.

To find out more, please get in touch with Ruth Bradbook at Developing Youth Practice to find out more.  or  01206 299 475/ 07818 094 311