Money Management: Supporting Communities with Welfare Reform - DUNGANNON
This fully interactive course will look at the potential financial impact of Welfare Reform and how to support those affected within the community. It covers the topic of budgeting, borrowing, spending, managing money within households, financial inclusion, digital inclusion, using online tools to manage money, and signposting to support services available. It will provide participants with useful tool and information to support money management. This 1 day course is available for FREE and is part of the Department for Communities initiatives to assist those impacted by Welfare Reforms. The course can also be provided on an in-house basis for groups of 15 or more participants. Please contact [email protected] to dicuss this option.
Who Should Attend:
This course is recommended for staff, members, and volunteers of organisations, networks and community groups working with those impacted by welfare reform.
The course is FREE to eligible groups including community and voluntary groups or networks, policy workers, political parties, council representatives, Independent Advocates, and others groups/organisations working with people affected by welfare reform (e.g. Social Workers, Housing Associations). To check eligibility please contact [email protected]
There are 6 CPD hours available for the session.