The project aims to reach people with low financial competences and create adequate learning content on the most important topics of financial literacy, providing knowledge and decisive competences oriented towards real life.
Purpose of the project
Despite advances in the field of economics, financial literacy is not always a given even in developed countries. That is why eight organizations from seven European countries (Bulgaria, Belgium, Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Slovenia and Spain) aim to promote financial literacy among EU citizens and offer practical guidance on this matter.
Summary of the Project
The Finman project aims to reach people with low financial competences and create adequate learning content on the most important topics of financial literacy, providing knowledge and decisive competences oriented towards real life. This content will cover a series of courses based on understanding the issues in the target groups and will later be transferred to an online learning platform where it will be easily accessible to the general public.
The project will respond to the need for methodological tools for teaching this complex topic in an accessible language, and will increase the competence of teachers in terms of the active use of digital tools and elements of gamification.
To achieve greater long-term impact and better transferability of project results, the consortium will develop a collaborative plan to engage all stakeholders, improve financial literacy education and make it accessible to all
Among the expected results of the project are:
- Modular training course;
- Guide for trainers on the implementation of the training content and the use of the online training tools;
- Extensive pilot training with 240 people (30 per partner country);
- Dedicated training platform and online database of financial experts / organizations offering financial literacy advisory services.
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