The Skills Organisation believes financial capability should be the norm, not the exception, for all New Zealanders, including the industries we represent. It is our view that financial capability is a cornerstone component in the literacy/numeracy equation. To achieve this goal, we aim to embed financial capability into all our programmes.
We are committed to helping employers to support their staff with all their learning objectives. The financial capability resources we develop with our partners are applicable to a wide range of learning environments.
We have piloted some of our resources through the Gateway schools programme and with Trade Academies. We are also keen to work with schools to provide a positive learning experience for our young people, and set them up with strong financial literacy skills for life.
Please feel free to view our resource links below and get in touch if you would like to find out more.
This delivery guide’s purpose is to help with the provision and delivery of the NZQA registered Financial Capability unit standards, level 1 – 3.
The guide aligns these unit standards to the TEC adult learning progressions. It gives an overview of the relevance to the learner, as well as the literacy and numeracy demands needed at these levels. Although aligned to the adult progressions, they can be easily transferred to the literacy and numeracy progressions for schools.
Table of unit standards
This table of unit standards provides an overview of the outcomes and evidence requirements for all of the reviewed unit standards. This table was last updated in August 2016.
Table of unit standards available
This table shows the unit standards we currently have resources available for.
These resources include:
- A learner guide and a teacher guide (with answers to activities)
- Assessments and assessor guides with example answers for Achieve, Merit, and Excellence, where relevant
We are happy to speak with employers, training providers, schools, and anyone who wants to learn more about the financial capability support options available. If you have any questions, please contact Lee Agnew - Vocational Literacy Manager - on 09 583 1347 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org