Money for Life
Helping to increase financial capability and money skills
Money for Life is Lloyds Banking Group's £8 million financial capability and personal money skills programme. The programme is targeted at the Adult and Community Learning and Further Education sectors across the UK. We provide practitioners, support workers and tutors with the skills they need to talk confidently about money management, and to support their learners to stay out of debt and save for the future.
Money for Life
Money for Life is supported by Lloyds Banking Group through its Lloyds Bank, Bank of Scotland and Halifax brands. We are working together with skills organisations in the four nations of the UK to promote and support financial capability training.
Money for Life aims to deliver vital financial capability learning where it is needed most. It equips practitioners across the UK with tailored resources to improve their confidence and knowledge of financial capability and enables them to pass on that knowledge to community and Further Education learners.
Through this programme we are seeking to:
- Embed personal money management skills and financial capability in Further Education and community groups, and by doing so, leave a sustainable impact in communities.
- Raise awareness of the importance of money management skills; benefitting both practitioners and learners.
- Address barriers to financial capability for a range of learner groups.
- Train Lloyds Banking Group employees to support financial education in their local communities.
Find out how our colleagues have been helping their local communities:
Money for Life provides the training and resources to enable those interested in financial capability training for Further Education institutions and community groups to gain one of three qualifications accredited by the Open College Network.
Find out more here - www.moneyforlifeprogramme.org.uk/qualifications/
Find out more
Money for Life Partners
National Skills Academy for Financial Services www.nsafs.co.uk/
Toynbee Hall www.toynbeehall.org.uk/
College Development Network www.scotlandscolleges.ac.uk
Colleges Wales www.collegeswales.ac.uk/
National Training Federation Wales www.ntfw.org/