- Explains what financial wellbeing is and how it relates to mental health
- Summarises practical things you can do to achieve better financial wellbeing
- Outlines how you can avoid being a victim of a financial scam
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The Financial Wellbeing Course is designed to help learners understand what financial wellbeing is, how it affects their workplace and how it impacts on their own mental and physical wellbeing.
There are useful tips on preventing overspending, how to plan for your future and how to avoid financial scams. The course uses interactivity and media to illustrate and reinforce the concepts.
One of the aims of the course is to overcome the fear of financial jargon. Therefore, the advice relating to budgeting, debt repayment strategies, investment and financial planning is presented in plain English and with minimal mathematics. Furthermore, a substantial jargon-free glossary of terms is provided too.
The course also outlines when it is appropriate or advisable for learners to seek independent financial advice (IFA) and describes what to look for in an IFA.
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