Project FinanceGO: Training educators to Financial Literacy Courses for young adults at risk is a two-year initiative funded by Erasmus + Program, Key Activity 2 - Cooperation for innovation and exchange of good practices. The project's main goal is planning and development of a training program on financial literacy that will be addressed to young people from disadvantaged groups in society. The project uses the know-how, developed within the Edufin Project.
Develop the FinanceGO Guide for educators on how to carry out Financial Literacy classes for young adults at risk;
Provide training for educators from different organisations on how to carry out Financial Literacy classes for young adults at ris;
Create a network of stakeholders including educators, entities that work with young adults at risk, and Public administrations interested in how to include better and cover the needs for Financial Literacy on adult education;
Facilitate at-risk youth with access to knowledge in Financial Literacy as a tool to achieve social inclusion.
O2 FinanceGO Guide for educators on how to carry out Financial Literacy classes for young people at risk of social exclusion
O3 FinanceGO Training Course for educators about how to implement Financial Literacy courses for young adults at risk
At least 10 educators, working in a daily base with young adults at risk of social exclusion or who intend to apply Financial Literacy classes or a course at least with one group of young adult participants at risk will partiicpate in the training course in each partner country.
P1 ÁGORA, SPAIN
P2 FCS VILLA MONTESCA, ITALY
P3 WARWICK UNIVERSITY, UK
P4 DANUBE UNIVERSITY, AUSTRIA
P5 AMALIPE, BULGARIA
P6 FACEPA, SPAIN