We offer community workers training in MoneyMinded, Australia’s largest adult financial education program.

MoneyMinded helps people build their financial skills, knowledge and confidence.

MoneyMinded was developed by ANZ following its ANZ Survey of Adult Financial Literacy in Australia (2003), which identified a strong link between socio-economic status and financial literacy levels.

Who is eligible?

MoneyMinded training is free for community workers who want to gain access to financial information and tools to help their clients.

Community workers can then deliver training sessions to groups or use the resources in one-on-one meetings with their clients.

MoneyMinded Coach Training

MoneyMinded Coach Training is here!

MoneyMinded Coach training is available for community workers and financial counsellors who would like to use MoneyMinded resources with their participants. 

The MoneyMinded resources have been updated for 2021 and consist of 19 modules you can tailor to your participants needs, covering popular topics like:

  • Saving & Spending
  • Money Planning
  • Everyday Banking Options
  • Superannuation
  • Bills Bills Bills
  • Golden Rules for Consumers

Training is at Epping Community Services Hub (ECSH), 713 High Street Epping. The building is very accessible, and has ample free on-street parking. Busses stop close by and the Epping Train Station is a 10-minute walk. Please note that the ECSH is open with a COVID-19 Safe Plan. 

Please note MoneyMinded Coach Training is a one-day face-to-face course, from 9am – 5pm, with required pre-work which will take up to 2 hours prior to the course. 

If you are interested in applying to take the training course, please email moneyminded@bsl.org.au

Contact us

For more information about MoneyMinded and the type of training we can deliver, please email moneyminded@bsl.org.au or (03) 9445 2423.

To access the online MoneyMinded activities, use money tools or find out more about the program, visit the MoneyMinded website .

MoneyMinded was developed by ANZ in 2002 in collaboration with the NSW Department of Education and Training, Financial Counselling Australia, the Financial Counsellors Association of NSW, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission and community sector representatives.