Managing my Money

Description

The free Open University course Managing my money is a course in personal financial management. It covers financial planning, budgeting, debt management, investments, housing, pension planning and insurance.

In addition to building a household budget and balance sheet and developing other practical skills in financial management, the course explores the social and behavioural drivers of financial decision making and the nature of financial risks households can be exposed to.

Course format

Although the course has been designed to be studied over eight weeks, the course is open all year for you to join at anytime and study at your own pace.

Using rich in high-quality text, images, video, audio and interactive elements to support your learning. You'll start by learning how to compile a budget and use it to make good decisions about your spending. You’ll explore debts and investments, and find out how mortgages are used to finance home ownership. The critical issue of pension planning is explained, with guidance on different pension products. You'll finish by examining different types of insurance and getting practical advice on how to make rational decisions about which insurance products to buy.

Prerequisites

This course is intended for those with an interest in developing their personal financial skills to make good decisions when managing their finances and buying financial products. The course does not require any previous experience of studying this subject.

Optional services

Statement of participation certificate

 Institution

The Open University

 Instructor

 

  Information

Language English
Self-paced Yes
Hours of study 24 hours
EQF-Level EQF level 1
Rights Open license: (re-)use it
Requirements Free admittance
Cost Free of charge
Delivery mode Learn anywhere online
QA Quality assured
Massive Massive
Full Course Experience Full course experience
Provider OpenupEd
13-Feb-2015
Managing my Money
http://www.open.edu/openlearn/money-management/managing-my-money/content-section-overview
The free Open University course Managing my money is a course in personal financial management. It covers financial planning, budgeting, debt management, investments, housing, pension planning and insurance.

In addition to building a household budget and balance sheet and developing other practical skills in financial management, the course explores the social and behavioural drivers of financial decision making and the nature of financial risks households can be exposed to.
English
Self-paced
No
0
24
The Open University
http://www.open.edu/openlearn/free-courses
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Although the course has been designed to be studied over eight weeks, the course is open all year for you to join at anytime and study at your own pace.

Using rich in high-quality text, images, video, audio and interactive elements to support your learning. You'll start by learning how to compile a budget and use it to make good decisions about your spending. You’ll explore debts and investments, and find out how mortgages are used to finance home ownership. The critical issue of pension planning is explained, with guidance on different pension products. You'll finish by examining different types of insurance and getting practical advice on how to make rational decisions about which insurance products to buy.
This course is intended for those with an interest in developing their personal financial skills to make good decisions when managing their finances and buying financial products. The course does not require any previous experience of studying this subject.
For more information about the EFQ levels click here
EQF level 1
Statement of participation certificate
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