This initial module introduces you to key elements of the FCC course, sets the scene and expectations for later modules, and provides an overview of the environment that you as a financial capability coach will operate in.
MoneyMates is an amazing programme that draws a group of clients together to have conversations that build their financial capability. The facilitator has an important role to set these sessions up for success. This module is a knowledge base for MoneyMates facilitators.
This course explores different types of facilitation and the skills needed to facilitate well. It also explores what facilitation is not. This course aims to extend understanding of facilitation and to highlight some of the skills involved.
Cashflows are a powerful tool to support our clients to build financial capability and make decisions about how they use their money. This course is about how to use cashflows to create solutions to show clients consequences of small decisions and ongoing effects so they can achieve their goals.
CCCFA provides protection against irresponsible lending. Financial mentors use this act and disputes resolution schemes to help clients with debt solutions and unmanageable debt. This course introduces the CCCFA and provides some resources for financial mentors.
This course will help you to become more familiar with the Red Flags and through scenarios of real client cases, help you work through the issues of hardship, unmanageable debt and and irresponsible lending. Explore the 12 Red Flags, a resource for consumer advocates. They provide guidance on the Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance Act 2003 (CCCFA) and alert financial mentors to areas that can identify potential unlawful conduct.
A short course designed to help you develop an effective approach to grant-seeking and understand what New Zealand grant funders are looking for. It will also provide practical tips on how to go about structuring a grant application.
If you are passionate about your role and want to learn how to get the results with social media, if you want to build an online community for your organisation to impact infinitely more lives and achieve your goals - Then you are in the right place. Social Media Essentials brought to you by FINZ & Alecia Hancock.
This initial module introduces you to key elements of the FMIC course, sets the scene and expectations for later modules, and provides an overview of the environment that you as a financial mentor will operate in.
Self-regulation is guided by the FINZ Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct. All members, individuals and organisations, must comply with the Code and implicitly agree to do so as part of their annual membership renewal.
The course is designed as an introduction for fundraisers who are new, or relatively new, to the profession. Exploring the basics of all aspects of fundraising practices, complete with a few best practice examples to bring the theory to life.