“FIL – Finance in everyday life” aims to provide disadvantaged adults with the knowledge and skills necessary to navigate the financial and digital fields.
Acquiring these skills means accessing a level of autonomy which is essential to improve the quality of life and well-being of individuals.
- Module 1 – “My money are mine – how can I manage my budget – basics of finance“
- Module 2 – “Oh no! Another bill to pay! – how can I count my expenditures”
- Module 3 – “The bank is not as black as it is painted – how to read financial documents”
- Module 4 – “Assessing learners skills and competences”
- Module 5 – “Creating awareness on validation of the acquired competences”
- OI1 – National Tests: First each partner for their country will involve 20 adult educators in the training modules tests. This activity will be online through surveys, questionnaires and interactive sessions if there are specific requests.
- OI2 – Drafting of support material Meanwhile, the partners will start working on the IO2 phase it envisages a manual entitled “Guide for adult educators – Bon voyage, on the way to improving basic skills” which includes tips and indications for using the Open Educational Resource (OER) and a didactic plan full of useful ideas for educators.