The Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC), in collaboration with its partners, has developed several educational programs and materials to help Canadians increase their financial and personal money management skills and knowledge.
These materials and several other FCAC resources are available free of charge to educators and program facilitators. FCAC's educational programs have been used across Canada in learning institutions, by community groups and within the workplace.
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The City: A financial life skills resource
An 11-module learning program that teaches youth financial skills that they can carry with them throughout their lives.
Financial Basics: A financial literacy workshop
A financial workshop to help young adults learn about budgeting, saving, credit, investing, fraud prevention and financial planning.
Your Financial Toolkit: A financial education program for adults
A comprehensive 11-module learning program that provides basic information and tools to help adults manage their personal finances and gain the confidence they need to make better financial decisions.
Adult self-Learners and trainers
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Self-learning, Web-based learning, training or workshops
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Make it Count: A resource for youth money management
Presented by Manitoba Securities Commission
Make it Count is an interactive mentoring program which provides parents and instructors with activities and information to help them incorporate discussions about finances and money management into their daily routine; easily turning everyday situations into education.
Developed by the Manitoba Securities Commission, the program includes a parent's guide and an instructor's guide. The Make it Count parent's guide centers around a series of activities and money management tips for you to share with your children. The Instructor's guide contains discussion questions, classroom activities, black-line masters and teacher tips for ease of instruction.