A new course to raise financial capability for your people. Fully funded by MBIE and delivered through Auckland Unlimited’s Project Ikuna programme.
A way to look at money management tools, from a uniquely Pacific perspective.
Project Ikuna is funded by MBIE in partnership with Auckland Unlimited
In the workplace
Foundation level learners who identify as Pasifika
Graduates from this programme will be able to:
Set financial goals
Connect with the Fonofale model of wellbeing
Understand the concept of compound interest
Keep a spending diary
Harness the power of saving
Identify the real cost of debt
Participants gain an Otago Polytechnic Micro credential to recognise their learning.
The way in which we deliver this programme for your organisation is flexible depending on your needs. Groups of 6-10 learners are ideal to work through a 16-18 hour programme together. It can be delivered in weekly blocks of 2 hours or a more intensive programme, as you prefer. Training delivery is on-site at your organisation and we are able to deliver this programme throughout the Greater Auckland area.
"Before the course, sometimes we would withdraw savings and use them because we didn’t have enough money, now we’re saving from my wages – that’s a good thing. We go to the shops and buy only the things that we need, we don’t buy everything."