Learning To Be Financially Savvy

personOtto Dargan access_timeFebruary 18, 2014

Do you want to learn how to make your money work for you? You’re not alone!

Many Australians feel like they’re always behind the eight ball with no way of getting out of their money pit. Why not take a stand and not only learn how to protect your finances but build your wealth as well?

Free financial literacy training?

To help you along this path, Open Universities Australia – in partnership with Macquarie University – is offering a free Financial Literacy training course to anyone who wants to develop their knowledge of personal finance.

Over four modules, students will learn how to establish a proven savings plan, the risks involved with debt, the basics to investing and the golden tips to avoiding financial scams.

The course involves online videos, quizzes and assessments all broken up over several weeks so you don’t have to put your life on hold.

Best of all, you’ll be taking lessons from Macquarie Universities leading finance lecturers, Peter Morduant and popular finance commentator and Macquarie’s Professor of Financial Literacy, Paul Clitheroe AM.

Find out more!

To find out more about the course, including dates and enrolment, go to open2study.com.

The course is ideal for anyone who is planning to purchase their first property or anyone who wants to buy their first or even second investment property.

Even if you think you know it all, it never hurts to revise your financial goals and equip yourself with the most current tools to help you achieve them.

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