Online Courses

Thank you for your interest in The Wealth Academy’s online courses. Our youth today are increasingly connected to the online world, so we see online courses as a natural fit for engaging them in this most important life skill. Online courses also allow us to make things more interactive for students by including video, interviews, case studies, stories, challenges, quizzes etc. Whereas previously educators may have directed students to specific chapters in textbooks, our online courses can now direct students to appropriate online resources anywhere in the world. We will be providing a range of courses for the various groups in our society who have an interest in helping youth to improve their financial capability and future wellbeing. Please peruse the information and instructions below to ensure access to these courses is easily undertaken.


Students in subscribed schools

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If your [child’s] school is subscribed to The Wealth Academy’s resource library, students will have free access to our online courses as they become available. We will be providing online short courses for students from year 6 to year 12 during 2020. To access these resources, the student will need to register individually using his/her own email address. Once registered, you will be able to login to The Wealth Academy’s student section where you will have individual access to some of our school-based online courses.

Your child/student will receive a confirmation email once he/she has registered.  Your child/student will not be able to access the courses until The Wealth Academy’s school representative gives you a coupon to access particular courses. This ensures that the school is managing your access to specific courses which will align to the scheduling of their program. Other courses The Wealth Academy is providing other youth-oriented courses outside of the school context. These will be fees-based but are available for all students. A few of these initial courses are listed below.


Students NOT in subscribed schools

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Online courses for youth - Coming Soon

  • June: What is wealth?
  • July: Investing in my financial wellbeing
  • August: The entrepreneurial teenager
  • September: Footballers and finance: What can we learn?
  • October: I want to learn about building wealth: 101
  • October: Careers in finance 1
  • November: Go girls!
  • December: I want to learn about building wealth: 102
  • January: Financial goal setting

If your [child’s] school is NOT subscribed to The Wealth Academy’s resource library you will NOT have free access to our online student courses. You may need to contact your Principal / Headmaster or other school leader to determine their subscription status, or contact The Wealth Academy for verification.

We will be providing online short courses for students from aged 11 and above, including tertiary and further education students. There is a fee for these courses. The fee changes depending on the length and complexity of the course but will normally range between $50 and $150 per course. To access courses, you will need to register individually using your own email address. If you are under 18, a parent must approve your course registration. This will be part of the registration process.

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Parents

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Online courses for parents - Coming Soon

  • June: Introducing The Wealth Academy
  • July: Conversations with my child (Part 1)
  • August: Neuroscience, neuroplasticity and financial learning
  • September: The role of parents in financial education

We know that many parents are looking for ideas to support the financial education of their children. We are here to help. We do this in two ways.

  1. We encourage you to register your children in the youth courses listed above, as they become available. We also ask you to monitor that involvement so that you can have follow up conversations with your child.
  2. We encourage you to do some of our parent-oriented online courses, so you are aware of the research, tools, strategies, ideas and information available globally.

Online courses provide a targeted delivery of information and interaction that can support you in the financial guidance of children of various age groups and with different backgrounds. If you subscribe to our monthly newsletter, you will be kept informed of new courses as they come online.


Educators

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Online courses for educators - Coming Soon

  • May: Professional Development for Teachers (free)
  • July: Careers in Finance conversations with students
  • September: Establishing school-community financial learning partners
  • November: Embedding financial life skills learning in your charity
  • January: Starting a ‘Wealth Club’ at school.

We know that many parents are looking for ideas to support the financial education of their children. We are here to help. We do this in two ways.

  1. We encourage you to register your children in the youth courses listed above, as they become available. We also ask you to monitor that involvement so that you can have follow up conversations.
  2. We encourage you to do some of our parent-oriented online courses, so you are aware of the research, tools, strategies, ideas and information available globally.

Online courses provide a targeted delivery of information and interaction that can support you in the financial guidance of children of various age groups and with different backgrounds. If you subscribe to our monthly newsletter, you will be kept informed of new courses as they come online.

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