Financial Literacy Train-the-Trainers – English and Spanish

Posted on November 5, 2004

Financial Literacy Train-the-Trainers
November 19th in English and Novmember 20th in Spanish
Co-sponsored by Centro de Apoyo Comunitario
Mercy Wellness Center, 6800 Market Street, Upper Darby, PA 19082
610/-734-7425 / centroapoyocomunitario@yahoo.com

The program will consist of a Train-the-Trainers of the MoneyWise Curriculum. The session is 8 hours long and will be offered twice:

Friday, November 19, 8 AM – 4 PM (in English)
or
Satruday, November 20, 8 AM – 4 PM (in Spanish)

MoneyWise
A joint financial education project of Consumer Action and Capital One

MoneyWise Financial Education Program focuses on 6 key personal finance topics on a training CD:
* Building and Keeping Good Credit
* Rebuilding Good Credit
* Manage your Money Wisely
* Banking Basics
* Personal Bankruptcy
* Talking to Teens About Money

For each topic has printed pamphlet for distribution to clients and the public. They are available in in Chinese, English, Korean, Spanish, and Vietnamese

A printed Leaders Guide to provide background for staff and trainers.

A teaching package for a two part seminar that includes suggested approaches to class presentations as well as activities.

PowerPoint classroom and train the trainer slides.

Continental breakfast and lunch provided.

The MoneyWise program is intend to be use by community-based or non-profit education purposes, however Commercial entities can seek permission to use it from Consumer Action.

To read more about MoneyWise, visit their website at http://www.consumer-action.org/English/library/moneywise/index.php

This event is for: Nonprofit staff, advocacates, and volunteers who are interested in doing financial education with community members.

Directions:
Mercy Wellness is close to the 69th Street Station of the Market-Frankford El.

To RSVP for the English version, click here:
http://www.idealist.org/en/events/99527:294/87424:314

For Spanish, see below.

Taller de Capacitaci?n Financiera – Entrenamiento de los Entrenadores
Noviembre 19 en ingl?s y Noviembre 20 en espa?ol
Auspiciado por Centro de Apoyo Comunitario
Mercy Wellness Center, 6800 Market Street, Upper Darby, PA 19082
Telefono: 610/-734-7425 / centroapoyocomunitario@yahoo.com

El programa del Pensum de MoneyWise de Entrenamiento de los Entrenadores. La duraci?n de la sesi?n es de 8 horas y se ofrecer? en dos sesiones:

Viernes, 19 de noviembre de 8 a.m. a 4 p.m, en ingl?s
O
S?bado, 20 de noviembre de 8 a.m a 4 p.m., en espa?ol

MoneyWise
Es un proyecto educacional presentado por Consumer Action (Acci?n Pro Consumidor) y Capital One conjuntamente.

El Programa Educacional de MoneyWise esta enfocado en 6 temas de finanzas personales, los cuales est?n contenidos en un CD de entrenamiento:
? Construya y Mantenga Buen Cr?dito
? Reconstruyendo Buen Cr?dito
? Maneje su Dinero Prudentemente
? Informaci?n B?sica Sobre Bancos
? Declaraci?n de Bancarrota Personal
? Habl?ndole a los Adolescentes sobre el Dinero

Cada uno de los temas tiene un folleto para ser distribuidos a los clientes y al p?blico en general. Los folletos est?n publicados en chino, ingl?s, coreano, espa?ol y vietnam?s.

Una Gu?a para los Presentadores para proporcionar informaci?n de fondo al personal y a los entrenadores.

Un paquete de ense?anza para un seminario de dos partes que incluye sugerencias sobre como dirigir la presentaci?n de la clase, as? tambi?n como actividades.

Presentaci?n en PowerPoint y diapositivas de Entrenamiento del Entrenador.

El programa de MoneyWise est? dise?ado para ser usado por instituciones de ayuda a la comunidad y organizaciones sin fines de lucro con finalidades educativas. Sin embargo, entidades comerciales pueden solicitar permiso a Consumer Action para su utilizaci?n.

Para m?s informaci?n sobre MoneyWise, visite su p?gina en:
http://www.consumer-action.org/English/library/moneywise/index.php

RSVP:
http://www.idealist.org/en/events/99527:294/87435:281


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