Teaching consumer and financial literacy

Consumer and financial literacy is a core skill for full participation in our society. It is a significant key to the emotional and financial health of individuals, families and our national and international economy.

This professional learning module gives a general overview and history of consumer and financial literacy education in Australia and examines how it links to the Australian Curriculum. It also provides examples of how to implement consumer and financial literacy programs in classrooms.

A three-part learning module

The module will take about 3 hours to complete and can be completed in three separate sessions:

You will need to complete the evaluation task at the end of each section to receive your Certificate of Completion.

Before you start:

During the module:


Last updated: 07 Aug 2012