This course has been developed for the widest range of learners possible: young people, students and adults, those who are entering further or higher education or pre-employment, recently unemployed or between jobs. It has been designed to meet the needs of learners who wish to gain a knowledge and understanding of the principles of saving and borrowing money, sources of income and expenditure, the need to manage income and expenditure, financial products and services, different forms of pay, how to budget and the use of credit.
The range of modules contained in this qualification allow you to learn, develop and practise the financial skills required for life, without requiring or proving occupational competence. This qualification could also prove invaluable toward your own personal and career development.
This qualification does not require you to have any prior qualifications or levels of prior learning. There is no minimum age requirement for this qualification.
AEB funded £724 | Guided learning hours 103
MODULE 1 – Introduction into personal finance
MODULE 2 – Credit cards, Loans and debt
MODULE 3 – Savings, Mortgages and Pensions
MODULE 4 – Budgeting
MODULE 5 – Interest and Credit
MODULE 6 – Bank accounts | Bank statements
MODULE 7 – Payslips and taxes
MODULE 8 – Government benefits