Financial Literacy Program
The Financial literacy program is a program that teaches individuals how to master everyday financial skills, and then bridges the gap to employee benefits when people are ready to enter/re-enter the workforce. Financially illiterate individuals may be more likely to accumulate unsustainable debt burdens, either through poor spending decisions or through a lack of long-term preparation. Developing financial literacy to improve your personal finances involves learning and practicing a variety of skills related to budgeting, managing and paying off debts, and understanding credit and investment products. This program will guide participants towards financial independence and self-sufficiency.
It is the perfect course for the ordinary person looking to budget, get financial advice, invest, save and live a more financially secure life.
This course is offered by Arielle For Africa (a social enterprise with a heart for the youth and entrepreneurs)
- Lectures 20
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 6 - 7 hours
- Skill level Basic Knowledge
- Language English
- Students 0
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Yes
BUDGETING AND SAVING
We cover various investment options in depth to allow one to choose the best fit for them as well as ensure they are well aware of what is available in the market.
SETTING YOUR FINANCIAL GOALS AND CUTTING YOUR DEBT
SUSTAINABLE FINANCE AND MONEY MINDSET
Sustainable finance generally refers to the process of taking due account of environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations when making investment decisions in the financial sector, leading to increased longer-term investments into sustainable economic activities and projects.Students will learn not just how to invest but to invest sustainably so they are making returns and making an impact. Money Mindset will be focused on creating the right money mindset which in the long run can make or break how we handle and approach our finances.
All the below lessons are created and given feedback on by in-house mentors on how to implement them and what would be most valuable and realistic.