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Barclays LifeSkills can help you support adult learners you work with to think more confidently about money.
When circumstances change, particularly when these aren’t within an individual's control, they can slip into a negative mindset*. It’s important, therefore, to help your learners to feel more confident and positive when dealing with their finances, and know where to find ongoing support and advice. Highlighting to your learners the importance of talking about their concerns and seeking help is imperative to feeling more financially confident.
Once you’ve gained an understanding of your learners’ current situation, you could explore other useful modules such as:
Simply log in or register for free to access all the free modules in our Understanding and managing money category and more, including activities on a range of employability related topics from CVs and interviews, to problem solving and communication.
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