Financial Education Level 2 Certificate
Are you interested in becoming a financial savvy individual?
The Level 2 Certificate in Financial Education will prepare you to become responsible citizens providing you with the skills and knowledge to manage your money well and make sound financial decisions. Providing you with and understanding of the wider realm of public finance and the economy.
- Unit 1 – Finance the Individual and Society
- Unit 2 – Practices of Managing Money
- Unit 3 – Financial Capability, Work and Experience
- Online interactive resources
- Modular examinations
- Grading A* – C
- Can resit any of the units
3 units – each assessed separately:
- Units 1 and 2 – on demand examinations in College and computer based multiple choice questions.
- Unit 3 – pre release case study sat in June.
London Institute of Banking and Finance
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This course is an ideal preparation for students wishing to progress onto A Level Business, Accounting or the Level 3 Diploma in Business.
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This course will encourage you to make informed financial decisions, demonstrate numeracy skills including manipulating numerical data, learn independently and use appropriate communication and information technology skills.
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