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Location READ Saskatoon- Central Park Commons - #2 - 706 Duchess St.

November 11, 2018
8:30 am - 4:30 pm

READ Saskatoon is delivering the Momentum Money Management Training. This curriculum is a holistic, asset-based approach to growing a sustainable livelihood and has been developed based on 15 years working with over 20,000 participants.

This curriculum has been designed for the explicit use of not-for-profit community-based agencies who work with people in or at risk of poverty.

 Your organization will

• Build expertise in the sustainable livelihoods approach to poverty reduction

• Build the in-house capacity to provide money management education for your participants

• Have the flexibility to work through each topic at a pace that works for your participants

Your participants will

• Learn the critical skills necessary for achieving a sustainable livelihood

• Learn how to save and reduce debt, even on a low income

• Understand how thoughts and feelings about money impact how they manage money

• Learn how financial assets are connected to personal, human, physical and social assets

• Tell their money where to go instead of asking where it has gone.

What is included within the Financial Literacy training?

Your staff will receive:

• Intensive two-day facilitation training on the five core workshops

• Facilitation skills based on adult learning principles

• Financial Literacy Curriculum manual and resources, including facilitators' guides and participant handouts

• Networking opportunities with other agencies serving people living on low incomes

What makes the curriculum unique?

• It’s all in the delivery! Based on comprehensive front-line experience working with individuals living on low incomes

• Developed through financial literacy instruction to more than 20,000 participants over 15 years

• Plain language content increases the accessibility of the material for groups with lower literacy levels

• Foundational nature of the curriculum tailored to the unique needs of individuals living on low incomes or experiencing other barriers

• Activity-based approach provides an engaging environment for participants to learn about a challenging topic

• Five modules cover both the technical and behavioral components of financial literacy, increasing the chances that participants will be able and willing to make the changes in their own lives.


Bookings are closed for this event.