Just like other areas of your role, giving money guidance also calls for continuing professional development.
Anyone who has money conversations with their customers should keep up to date with legislation, codes of practice and guidelines, including internal policies and procedures.
Maintaining the soft skills needed when giving guidance, such as communication skills, is also key.
You may also want to want to give broader or more specialist money guidance in line with the technical domains and tiers set out in the Money Guidance Competency Framework. Simply select the areas that apply to your role – few people cover all aspects.
You’ll learn from others who give money guidance as part of their role, hear from experts, share actionable insights and solve challenges together. Most events are online, and you can dip in as and when suits you.
Our programme partners can access free e-learning modules.
All modules are mapped to the Money Guidance Competency Framework, with City & Guilds endorsed credentials for professional recognition.
Visit the Money Guiders programme partners page.
These are based on the technical domains of the Money Guiders Competency Framework.
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