Promoting Financial Health and Inclusion in Low Income Communities
Liverpool John Moore’s University is once again offering its highly-rated part-time, short course in promoting financial health and inclusion. This leads to a Master’s level university certificate in continuing professional development (Level 7, 10 Credits).
The course is open to all interested in promoting financial health and inclusion in low income communities. It is the affordable financial inclusion course, check out the cost below!
Prior academic experienced is normally required but significant work experience can also be taken into account.
This part-time course runs over 10 weeks in semester 2 of the academic year, starting in January 2018. There are five full-day taught sessions, which take place on Fridays, 9.30 a.m. – 4.00 p.m. in Avril Robarts Building<http://dmtrk.net/t/2SCX-JYV7-42J1T9-AE0LT-1/c.aspx>, Tithebarn Street, Liverpool. During the semester, students become members of the university and have full access to all learning materials. Tutorial support is also offered to participants.
Full information about the course, including dates, entry requirements and cost, is available here
If you wish to discuss the details of the course, contact Paul A Jones, Reader in the Social Economy at Liverpool John Moores University on +44 (0)151 231 4064 or email@example.com