Explore new opportunities for self-development and self-reflection, as well as how you can learn from others who give money guidance.
Not sure what to do next? We recommend working through the page in full, starting with Few opportunities to learn and develop. It's all useful.
1. Get started on your money guidance career development right away. Visit the Money Guiders Community HubOpens in a new window for free learning events and more. You’ll just need to join first if you haven’t already done so.
2. The Money Guiders programme offers flexible, eLearning modules and accreditations if your organisation becomes a programme partner.
Find out more about being a programme partner.
3. Check what learning opportunities your organisation can offer to support you in giving money guidance as part of your role. You may find it useful to look at the list of training and qualifications provided by others. Make sure you read the usage notes first.
1. Reflect on your last opportunity to develop your money guidance. Was it through a training course, online learning, mentoring, coaching, or another form of continuing professional development (CPD)?
Was it recent? Did it meet your needs? Were there any gaps? Do you need to update your knowledge or skills?
2. Build your own money guidance training plan. Visit the Money Guiders Community HubOpens in a new window and pick out a series of events over the coming months. They’re all free and mostly online. You’ll just need to join first if you haven’t already done so.
3. As part of the Money Guiders Community, you’ll also be able to make use of free online resourcesOpens in a new window, including recordings of previous events and practitioner webinars. Why not add these learning opportunities into your training plan?
Don’t forget to join the free Money Guiders networkOpens in a new window. Sign up today if you haven’t already done so. Then, you can join any event that supports you in your role.