Black History Studies in association with Rites of Passage Enterprise presents
Black Gold: A Financial Literacy Programme
for Young People
starting Saturday 17th January 2015
Financial skills are vital for young people as they make the transition into adulthood. The ability to manage their money is essential in allowing them to take control of their lives.
A 2012 Panelbase survey conducted by pfeg and the National Children's Bureau found that 43% of seven to sixteen-year-olds worried about money, while nearly one in eight, 12%, had borrowed money that they could not afford to repay.
This course aims to help young people develop and improve their knowledge of Black History and gain financial skills at the same time using examples from our past and present. This course will teach young people how to make wise money management decisions now and in the future.
The course will run from 12.45pm to 2pm for 5 weeks from Saturday 17th January 2015 to Saturday 14th February 2015 at West Green Learning Centre, West Green Road, Tottenham, London, N15 3QR. Nearest Tube is Seven Sisters (Victoria Line) or Turnpike Lane (Piccadilly Line). Buses 41, 341, 67 and W4 pass nearby the entrance.
This course is aimed at young people aged 11-16 years of age. Your child must attend all five sessions and be willing to participate in this interactive session.
Some of the topics covered are:
The course costs £25 per child (non-refundable and non-transferable) . Only 15 places are available and are available on a first come, first served basis and we anticipate that there will be a lot of demand for this course. Payment must be made in advance.
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If you would like to attend this course, please contact us for a booking form. If you have any questions about the course or require more information about enrolling, please contact us
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