We are very happy to announce the successful implementation of the 2nd TPM of the FinLit project. The meeting took place online with the participation of 4 organizations from Slovenia, Poland and Greece.
About the project
FinLit: Financial Literacy for a quicker Financial Independence is an E+ project, aiming to improve the financial competences and economic knowledge for successful and stable life of young people. It is a long-term investment into human capital.
During the online meeting, the FinLit partnership discussed the finalization of the IO1: State-of-the-art report on financial literacy competencies among youth in EU. Each partner-country extended desk research and field research through the questionnaires. The aim of the output was to build up a knowledge base, and map existing good practices, and it is in a compliance with the objective to develop and design an open OER platform with an integrated e-course, supported by an e-textbook to ensure that learners will acquire skills, competencies and knowledge on financial literacy.
The second part of the meeting, focused on the development of the e-learning platform and the e-course. The aim of the platform is to involve young people and other stakeholders through a distance learning in financial literacy training. The FinLit platform will provide access to a very useful knowledge for these individuals. The platform will include training materials (e-course) and tools.
Regarding the e-course, it is a key intellectual result for achieving the competencies and goals of the project. The e-course will include 30 lessons and will be divided into individual topics:
• Introduction to financial literacy
• Personal finance management
• Creating savings
• Loans and depths
The platform and the e-course will be available in English, Slovenian, Polish and Greek language.
To learn more about the project, follow the project’s social media profiles: https://www.facebook.com/finlit.financial.literacy & https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/fin-lit/