Financial illiteracy is a major global challenge. When the coronavirus pandemic struck early 2020, the first problem that surfaced was the financial issue. The national level of financial literacy measured in terms of financial knowledge is still low among Malaysians. A survey by the Credit Counselling and Debt Management Agency (AKPK) found that 1 out of 3 Malaysians rated themselves as having a low level of confidence about financial management. Malaysians lack financial literacy but are generally unaware of the fact.
One of the root causes of the low financial literacy is because it is not being taught in school. Financial literacy is about developing the right character and right habits for finance. The younger one knows about this, the better it is. Imagine this, if you had started managing and growing your money 10 years earlier than you have done, how your financial situation will be now? Research shows that majority of adults regret not saving enough when they are young.
Children are our future. If they can learn about the financial skill earlier, they can secure their financial future better.
AGE: 7 to 12 years old
The students will learn the following from the workshop:-
Budgeting and recording expenses
How money is earned
How to allocate money
After the attending the workshop, the students will be able to: -
· Be aware of the basics of wealth
· Recognize different currencies
· Recognize the value of money
· Explain how money is earned
· Notice how career choice affects the money earned
· Differentiate needs and wants
· Apply four money jars method
· Compare prices of items
· Carry out basic budgeting and recording of finance
Be aware of the importance of saving and explain
how to save more money
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All changes and cancellations are subject to our standard Refund Policy.
Missed class will not be replaced.
No refund is allowed
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