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CANCELLED - Money Matters for Newcomers and New Canadians

Thursday, September 29, 2016 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm

This session has been cancelled due to low registration. We apologize for any inconvenience. Please do not hesitate to contact ABC Life Literacy directly if you wish to schedule this session live in your library.

presented through ABC Life Literacy Canada
 
Money Matters is an in-class, workbook-based program written in clear language. The goal is to increase the numeracy and financial literacy skills of adult newcomers and new Canadians, which in turn leads to increased confidence in dealing with their personal finances and making appropriate financial decisions.
 
This session includes Module 1: How to Bank and Save in Canada
 
The instructor will present from Marigold Library System headquarters. It is strongly encouraged to have a staff member or volunteer at each VC location to help facilitate attendees. These facilitators are asked to watch a 20 minute training video to help them with this: watch video
 
The Module is provided below. Please ensure that each participant has a copy. There is a Learners Pre & Post Evaluation attached as well – please have each attendee fill these out (one prior to beginning and one after completion), collect them and either scan and email to:
 
Charlotte Belot
ABC Life Literacy Canada
cbelot@abclifeliteracy.ca
 
Or mail in to:
 
Charlotte Belot
ABC Life Literacy Canada
110 Eglinton Ave. East, Suite 604
Toronto, ON   M4P 2Y1

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MM-N2C-Mod1-Pre-EvalutationForms.pdf577.3 KB
MM-N2C-Mod1-Post-EvalutationForms.pdf756.15 KB
ABC-Newcomers-Module1-Web-2.pdf678.28 KB
Poster - Money Matters - Sept 29.pdf374.03 KB