FINANCIAL LITERACY ACCREDITED COURSE
The Ministry for the Family, Children’s Rights and Social Solidarity in collaboration with the Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology is offering an accredited course in Financial Literacy at MQF Award level 3 to those working with disadvantaged groups.
The Financial Literacy course consists of 60 contact hours to equip the learners with the required skills to be able to pass on valuable information and support to vulnerable groups. The course comprises of two units: Managing Money – this will include modules on personal budget, savings, cash management, expense management, borrowing sensibly, loan & debt, financial abuse and inheritance management. Unit 2: Investment and Personal Finance Planning – this will include modules on child support, planning for the future, successful experiences, maximising income & earning power, opening a business and social security. This course is open for government employees working with disadvantaged groups and members/employees of registered voluntary organisations working with disadvantaged groups.
An MCAST Certificate of Achievement will be awarded to those candidates who satisfy the 80% attendance criteria and achieve an overall pass mark in the course assessment.
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