How LifeSkills can support you and your learners at this time
The Covid-19 (‘coronavirus’) situation is understandably creating a lot of uncertainty. We have created this page to help you support adult learners who are feeling unsure about their future and finances. The modules can be adapted for delivery online or by telephone.
From online safety to budgeting and financial planning as well as guidance from The Money Advice Service, these pages and modules can help you support your learners in these challenging times.
Help adult learners make positive changes to their work lives by encouraging them to identify the areas they need to develop. Then support them to set achievable goals that will move them forward, step-by-step.
Keep safe against cybercrime
With increased cybercriminal activity during this time, this module helps equip individuals with practical ways to keep their finances safe online by protecting their personal information and recognising the signs of potential fraud and scams.
Understanding your zones of control
Help learners refocus their priorities by supporting them to identify what is within their control and what is not, giving them more clarity on the actions they need to take.
Everything you need to support adult learners with their LifeSkills
Practical tools, worksheets, activities, an educator delivery guide and more – to help you support adult learners to get on in life.
Free, easy-to-use, flexible modules
There’s a choice of short, relevant modules to build the financial capability and employability skills of your learners. From debt management to dealing with setbacks, our modules will help motivate them to reach their potential.
Make the most of the programme
How it works
LifeSkills follows a non-judgemental, coaching-based approach to encourage learners to increase their confidence, employability skills and financial capability.
Where am I now?
Our LifeSkills wheel tool will enable your learners to identify the areas where change would have the greatest impact.