They say money makes the world go round and also that it doesn’t grow on trees. Both are true and learning about money from a young age can set you up very well in the future.



Managing money is a key life skill to have, especially as young people start to fly the nest and live independently.

Budgeting is often something that needs to be taught and practised and usually, we all make a few mistakes along the way. But an understanding of the value of money and the consequences of over-spending are really useful to live a life free of financial worry, stress and burden.

Very few people grow up in a family where money isn’t a worry. Everyone has to think about budgeting at some stage – whether you’ve got a lot or a little.

As we go through life, we need to know about personal finances, but also business finances too, if we are looking for a career in this field or starting our own businesses.

Our experts cover many areas which you can tap into, to find out the answers to your
questions and learn more about the world of finance.


  • Money management
  • Budgeting
  • Bank accounts
  • Savings
  • Loans
  • Credit cards
  • Mortgages
  • Business finance
  • Mortgages
  • Debt
  • Fraud
  • Scams

They say hindsight is a wonderful thing and our experts will share with you what they wish they’d known before, or share stories of situations they’ve been involved with to help you to make sound choices.


Ask any question you like, find out what the jargon means, get to grips with some foundation dos and don’ts of money management and set yourself up with some good habits to remember as you go through life.


Our experts come to you with a career in finance, or a personal story relating to it. They’ll share with you how to look after the pennies and pounds, plus also how to avoid getting into trouble; the warning signs and how to recover if you do.


This isn’t the type of course where we get excited about spreadsheets and expect you to feel the same...instead, it’s an opportunity to learn what you can about finances. Ask questions, go through scenarios and come out of it confident that you have a good understanding of the basics.




Sharing what we know to provide knowledge and sound advice


Shining a light on opportunities and ideas


Giving the best we can to help young people take their next steps