LocationSuite 410, The Pentagon Centre, Glasgow G3 8AZ
PriceNo cost however lunch will not be provided.
Outcomes / Benefits
- Help service users plan for long term changes in financial habits
- Understand how to use a variety of resources and methods to promote financial resilience
- Work in partnership with the MAS Financial Capability team to share resources, including the electronic learning modules
- Understand how to facilitate learning experiences to enable clients to develop knowledge and skills to deal with real life financial situations
"Real life examples of how to deal with situations and ideas for different approaches "
"I have gained a lot from today's training, It was very well presented."
"The whole session was very informative "
Train the Trainer - 'Money Coach' workshop
Money Advice Scotland's Financial Capability team's Train the Trainer - 'Money Coach' workshops are aimed at staff who undertake financial capability work with their clients on a one-to-one basis. This workshop will help advisers develop new skills with a view to improving their clients’ financial resilience and well-being.
At the workshop, attendees will learn to embed a variety of methods and resources into their practice, with a view to working with their clients to improve money management skills and to build resilience in relation to financial pressures.
The workshop will start at 10.30 a.m. with registration, tea & coffee from 10.15 a.m. The workshop will end at approximately 3.00 p.m. Teas & coffees will be provided and there is a cafe in the Pentagon Centre and local outlets for lunches.
If you have any questions, please contact us on 0141 572 0165