Help the parents and families you work with to gain confidence in talking about money with this practical workshop.
For frontline support workers in children & families services, education, charities, mental health and social care.
2½ hour workshop - £40
Understanding what money is and how it works is an essential life skill, but sometimes parents and carers can find it hard to talk to their children about money. Financial education is on some school curriculums, but it is parents who have the most influence on the early development of their child’s financial values.
This Made of Money workshop will show you practical ways to help your clients explore their own relationship with money, and provide ideas on how they can teach their children positive money habits.
What you’ll learn:
- Understanding our attitudes towards money and financial habits
- Practical approaches to teaching children about money
- Activities that will get your clients thinking about what money means to them and their family
What your clients will gain:
- Better control over their finances
- Confidence in managing money and resisting social pressures
- Skills to communicate about money within their family
- Practical activities parents can use with their children
“I’m talking more about money with my children, they seem more open to it. The more you involve them, the more interested they are in saving, spending etc ”
What is Made of Money?
Made of Money is Quaker Social Action's multiple award-winning financial wellbeing initiative, established over 15 years ago and specialising in supporting people and professionals to increase their financial literacy skills, behaviour and knowledge. Our training courses will equip you with the practical skills to support your staff and clients, giving you the confidence to make a real difference in their lives.