for Family Violence Practitioners
- 2 April - 3 April 2019
The Berry Street Childhood Institute are delighted to partner with ANZ to offer this FREE training for practitioners who wish to assist their clients develop skills, knowledge and confidence in managing their money. MoneyMinded has reached more than 490,000 people, making it the most widely used financial literacy program in Australia. More than 6,000 facilitators have been trained to deliver the program.
The Berry Street Childhood Institute is licenced by ANZ to deliver MoneyMinded, MoneyBusiness (for practitioners working with Indigenous Communities) and MoneyMinded Family Violence (for Family Violence Practitioners).
Click here to see all available dates, please contact us if none of these dates are suitable. If you have a number of colleagues also interested in the raining, we can explore onsite training with your organisation (a minimum of 8 confirmed attendees and a suitable training room is required) please contact us directly.
MoneyMinded is an adult financial education program that aims to help people build their financial skills, knowledge and confidence. It was established to respond to the need for financial skills education, especially among the most vulnerable members of our community.
ANZ developed the program in 2002, in conjunction with the NSW Department of Education and Training and an advisory committee including Financial Counselling Australia (FCA), the Financial Counsellors Association of NSW (FCAN), the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) and community sector representatives.
MoneyMinded Facilitator Training for Family Violence Practitioners
The 2016 MoneyMinded Impact Report included a detailed examination of the impact of MoneyMinded in a family violence context. As part of the research, ANZ piloted a family violence-focused module of the program with Berry Street's family violence services. The final full report made a number of recommendations to improve the module following the pilot.
To address the research recommendations, ANZ developed a special edition of MoneyMinded specifically to support practitioners working in a Family Violence Service.
Although the core of this training reflects the MoneyMinded Facilitator training the content has been adapted to suit the unique financial needs of those experiencing, or who have experienced family violence.
This training is currently available in Victoria only and is specifically for practitioners working in a direct service Family Violence role.
About the Training
Training is offered free of charge and will run over two full days - you will need to complete both days to become a MoneyMinded Facilitator.
At the end of the training you will be equipped and certified to run small workshops or work one-to-one with your clients using the MoneyMinded Family Violence program and resources.
Upon agreement of the Conditions of Use and completion of the training, all new registered MoneyMinded facilitators will receive a unique facilitator number which will entitle them to materials and ongoing professional development opportunities.
If you are interested in attending MoneyMinded training but cannot attend any of our advertised sessions please contact us on 03 9421 9362 or at email@example.com
The MoneyMinded program aims to build skills and confidence around everyday money matters for participants and can be integrated into existing community settings and programs.
This training course will prepare you to be able to run small workshops or use the MoneyMinded information one-to-one with clients of your programs. MoneyMinded topics include:
- Planning and budgeting
- Getting started
- Understanding paperwork
- Credit providers
- Dealing with debt
- Rights and responsibilities
- Planning for the future
- A roof over head (home ownership and tenancy)
Your MoneyMinded trainer will support you to:
- Become familiar with the available resources, including extensive workshop material, activities, case studies and references/links.
- Plan effective workshop presentations or utilise the MoneyMinded resources in one-to-one casework with clients.
- Build your facilitation skills and confidence in using the material with clients.
Note: MoneyMinded facilitators are not permitted to train others to become MoneyMinded facilitators
Who Should Attend
Practitioners working in a Family Violence Team or Service, who have:
- an understanding of Financial Abuse
- an understanding of Trauma & Attachment Theories
- a commitment to actively use MoneyMinded in practice with their clients
Dates: Tuesday 2 April - Wednesday 3 April
Each day will be held from 9.30am - 4.30pm at: Berry Street Eaglemont Office, 677 The Boulevard, Eaglemont
- 2 April - 3 April 2019