Manage Personal Finances (FREE)
This course is intended to address the issue and scourge of indebtedness which is a global prevalence and the impact on the individual, whether employed or unemployed.
Register for the course and elect the FREE AT NO CHARGE option.
Complete the pre-course assessment.
Commence and complete the course at your own pace
Complete a post-course assessment.
Receive an automatic systems issue certificate of online participation.
Systems generated certificate of participation.
Covid-19 Protocols As Directed
Strictly observed and included in the learning methodology and outcomes as applicable.
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According to the Institute of International Finance (IIF) South Africa’s debt could reach as high as 95% of it’s GDP by 2024. This comes with significantly more people who are indebted, higher crime and poverty and the possibilities of social unrest that cannot be ignored as it directly impacts an increase in the cost of living as well as increased taxes for all employees. The impact on employers are also significant including absenteeism due to stress and anxiety, spiralling wage bills and even closing down due to unsustainable operating costs.
Social economics studies show that when employees are under financial stress it affects work productivity which ultimately affects efficiency down to the service delivery and quality of product. Our research and observation shows that people and companies that support employees to manage their debt with solution methodologies provided through formal training has proven to decrease financial stress and as a result, increase productivity in the workplace which leads to more efficient service delivery and quality of product.
The course focusses on inter alia:
Creating financial awareness for everyone by understanding the macro and micro economics global and local impact of the cost of money on individuals;
Encouraging a greater understanding of how money works.
Educating learners on how to avoid and manage manage debt.
Providing an opportunity for financial independence through financial literacy.
Managers and employees in the workplace.
Highly recommended for matriculants, youth, the unemployed, informal traders and other entrepreneurs, NGO (eg. neighbourhood watch) volunteers as part of their roles of mentorship and role-models to others in communities.