This is an essential workshop for us all during such tough economic times. This is a great opportunity to assess your finances and focus on how to make your money work for you.
Del has been worked in the financial literacy sector for over 6 years, initially implementing the government’s financial inclusion strategy for people on welfare benefits and individual social housing organization with their financial literacy strategy and developing a comprehensive training programme for frontline housing staff to raise awareness of financial issues among tenants. He designed and developed toolkits endorsed by the FSA to support vulnerable people and social housing tenants who may be facing a range of issues in regards to money management.
Del’s current role involves collaborating across various, financial stakeholders such as the Credit Union, debt agencies and training providers to reduce the effects of being on a low income in East London and Islington. He delivers and develops core money management workshops and one to ones, with a range of diverse clients including parents, young people and children. He examines the emotional, historical and post modern aspects of learning and helps his clients to become more financially savvy whilst re-building essential healthy money management skills.
Ms Carol Huggins
She has worked for the Citizens Advice Bureau for over 15 years during this time she have worked in a variety of positions. This has included working as
a specialist representing at Tribunals, Appeals and managing teams. The work at the CAB involved a multitude of knowledge in various areas such as
housing, consumer,welfare benefits, debt. This experience allowed her to develop numerous skills, and knowledge.
Carol is a qualified PTTLS trainer in her most recent post at East London Financial Inclusion Unit and delivered training across London on financial
inclusion and capability. This involved creating and designing training courses, actively reaching out to excluded groups, promoting financial product and
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