Programme partners

A range of organisations in all four nations of the UK are Money Guiders partners.

Who can become a programme partner?

We look to partner with organisations with the following characteristics:

  • Working in the not-for-profit, community, voluntary and public sectors.
  • Already providing some form of money guidance to customers.
  • Pragmatic and collaborative, with an understanding that we’re developing this programme in stages.
  • Prepared to be involved in ongoing evaluation – we will want to know. what worked well and what didn’t. Programme partners help shape Money Guiders.

How will becoming a programme partner help?

Money Guiders helps partner organisations to define or enhance their support, improving outcomes for customers by helping them manage their money better. 

Organisational benefits

  • scope out money guidance training and development needs
  • upskill team members in giving money guidance
  • safeguard practitioner wellbeing
  • increase service efficiency and effectiveness
  • boost capacity to serve your purpose 
  • learn from other organisations 
  • attract and retain talent
  • maximise funding opportunities
  • gain recognition as an industry leader.

Key features

Money Guidance Competency Framework to understand your money guidance skillsets, and identify where development is needed.

  • Exclusive access to free e-learning modules, mapped to the Framework to develop skills, understanding and confidence in giving money guidance. 
  • City & Guilds endorsed credential for professional recognition. 
  • Access to themed content, shared learning and best practice through the Money Guiders community.  
  • Management resources, including support with onboarding and inductions, dedicated resources and a digital dashboard to oversee team progress.
  • Regular communications, keeping you up to date on the programme. 
  • We work alongside our partner organisations to fit in with their aims and plans. The programme’s highly flexible, adaptable and accessible.

Like to find out more?

While places are limited, we’d love to hear from you, and we also run a waiting list. To express your interest in becoming a programme partner, please get in touch using this quick formOpens in a new window or emailOpens in a new window