A Young Person's Guide to Money

This handy interactive guide has everything you need to deliver practical financial education to young people in your local area.

Getting started

You’ll need to reach out to schools and colleges in your local area. While NMBA can’t do this on your behalf, we can suggest what you should cover as part of your introduction.

  • Find out who is the best person to contact in your school (decision maker)
  • Introduce who you are, your business and your qualifications
  • Introduce NMBA – training specialist, industry experts, approved trainer, government backed
  • The young person’s guide to money
  • Supporting Financial Capability in the curriculum

Classroom support

To ensure you deliver a great classroom experience, we’ve broken down A Young Person’s Guide to Money into seven key sections to gain a deeper understanding of:

  • Earnings and taxation
  • Budgeting
  • Saving money
  • Investing money
  • Retirement planning
  • Mortgages
  • Financial protection

Access tried and tested resources

We’ve developed a suite of tried and tested resources so you can deliver a practical and engaging classroom session. A Young Person’s Guide to Money includes interactive quizzes to help facilitate understanding, room to make notes as you go, space for working out and a financial jargon-busting glossary to refer back to.

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As well as educating young people on Financial Capability, NMBA is a specialist training provider, supporting people who want to train for a career in financial advice, through our government backed apprenticeship programme.

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