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This activity pack explores different types of fraud and identity theft, such as vishing, social engineering, online scams and money mules, as well as how young people can protect themselves from becoming a victim of financial scams. It also includes a number of scenarios to get participants looking at practical, relevant examples of how financial fraud can occur, as well as the ways they can avoid it.
By the end of this lesson, students will be able to:
To access worksheets for all twelve activity packs in one place, use our ‘Setting yourself up for financial independence’ workbook.
Other LifeSkills lessons are also suitable for use with care leavers to support them on their employability journey, here are some to get started with:
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