The following resources are provided freely and updated regularly for teachers, facilitators, youth workers, home educators and parents who may wish to guide the financial learning of their children, students or clients.

All educators, across all age groups, across all learning areas in all educational settings have a shared responsibility to develop the financial capability of students. Financial education impacts every lifestyle and career path, hence it should be integrated into all programs of learning.



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Age group: 17-18

Free Topics

  • A Question of Trust

Other topics

  • The Cost of a New or Used Car
  • No Place to Be, Youth Debt
  • Importance of Financial Life Skills
  • Your Financial Future
  • Teenagers and Contracts
  • Develop Your Networks
  • Financial Learning Scenarios
  • Online Shopping
  • Intelligence and Wealth

Age group: 16-17

Free Topics:

  • What is Tax?
  • It's Super To Know About 'Super'!

Other topics

  • Asking Questions Is The Secret To Managing Money
  • How Do I Prepare A Budget?
  • "Tap and Go" Cards: Stop and Think
  • Costs and Benefits
  • Solving Problems Through Entrepreneurial Behaviour
  • We All Should Have A Financial Licence
  • Insurance: Theft, Viruses and Rock n Roll
  • How Could I Invest $2000? (2)

Age group: 15-16

Free Topics:

  • Choices: Using a Budget
  • Mobile 'Phone Shock'

Other topics

  • Managing Your Money Is Worth Celebrating
  • The Economics of 'Today'
  • Benefits of Entrepreneurial Behaviour
  • Teenagers Want to Learn Financial Life Skills
  • Goal Setting is Future Thinking
  • How Could I Invest $2000? (1)
  • Wealth Does Not Mean Having a Lot of Money
  • Credit or Debit Cards: The Choice

Age group: 14-15

Free Topics:

  • Gaining and keeping work

Other topics

  • Decisions Have Consequences
  • Your Habits Will Make a Financial Difference
  • Money Can Cause Problems
  • Young Entrepreneurs
  • Your Mindset Matters
  • Teenagers, Saving And Spending
  • A Gambling Problem: Gaming Machines
  • How Do I Prepare a Budget?
  • You Will Be a Business, Like It or Not!

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Financial Goal Setting and Learning

This student self-education course encourages thinking and discussion about financial goal setting. While many students will have had many goal setting lessons, very few will have considered goal setting in a financial context.

Topic 1: Prior knowledge
Topic 2: Future thinking
Topic 3: What the experts say say!
Topic 4: Writing SMART financial goals
Topic 5: Review your learning


Guest Speaking and Youth Workshops

Are you looking for safe, respected speakers to talk with your students about financial capability and wellbeing concepts.


  • In person or online
  • Presentation or workshop
  • Select group of whole year level
  • One off or one in a series
  • Pre-planned or responsive to students / clients

Fees apply.

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Implementation ideas

Schools, universities, TAFEs, churches and other youth centres have many options for using some of our resources to improve the financial capability and future wellbeing of students.

Here are some ideas that can be implemented by an educator, aide, chaplain, community liaison officer or parent volunteer.


(Teenage Financial Capability)

  • Inform students on assemblies of the free Teenfinca® ezine and make hard copies available in libraries and classrooms.
  • Place a link to the ezine on your school Facebook page or under the Community Partners link on your school website.
  • Discuss articles within the student ezine in pastoral care or student wellbeing programs.
  • Monthly, invite a financial mentor or sponsor to speak with interested students about topics within the ezine.
  • Incorporate articles within the ezine in curriculum programs e.g. write a response in English, analyse and discuss articles in Business Education, Economics classes.
  • Establish a ‘club’ of interested students to discuss, debate, reflect on the articles.


  • Print copies of eposters, laminate and place around your site, especially in places where ‘spending’ decisions are made.
  • Place a selection of your ezines on your website or Facebook page to encourage your community of families to make use of these resources within their homes.
  • If your site is a school or similar, prompt a student leader to highlight an eposter on assembly once per month, discussing its key message.
  • Discuss the eposters in pastoral care programs.
  • Incorporate eposters in curriculum programs e.g. design an eposter in graphics or art, create a marketing strategy in Business Education or English.

Courses: No Place To Be, Youth Debt

Discuss and share learning from The Wealth Academy’s online courses with peers, educators and family where appropriate.

Organise a follow up workshop to locally contextualise youth debt and develop shared strategies.

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