This short, in-work course supports your Pacific people to improve their financial literacy, skills and confidence.

Equip your people with the skills, knowledge and confidence to make informed financial decisions, to support personal financial wellbeing, organisational performance and improved regional prosperity.

How does the course work?

Future Ready: Money Confidence is:

  • A short (16-hour) in-work training course, delivered over 8 weeks (2 hours per week or tailored to suit your workplace)
  • Delivered by expert education providers
  • A blended course style that can be delivered on site or via online training
  • Fully government funded
  • Externally accredited

What will my people learn?

  • How to better manage their income
  • How to set a personal financial goal, identify and describe the steps taken towards achieving that goal
  • Record daily personal expenses and income for personal budgeting
  • Information about basic financial management
  • Apply basic financial management skills to increase personal savings, reduce debt or make other sound personal financial decisions

Why does financial literacy matter in the workplace?

Personal financial wellbeing and organisational performance are connected:

  • 46% of employees worry about their finances
  • 83% of employers say money problems interfere with productivity
  • 20hrs a month lost to sorting personal finance worries
  • 58% of employers report “financial illness” drives absenteeism

Source: Sorted.org.nz


Sila, Employee

I can manage how to budget, and how to save - it was a wake-up call for me.

Niusila, Process Worker and Packer, Van Den Brink Poultry


Why does financial literacy matter to Auckland’s Pacific people?

COVID-19 has made Auckland’s entrenched inequities worse. Nearly 60 per cent of Auckland’s Pacific 99,300-strong Pacific workforce is employed in less-skilled jobs, especially vulnerable to the changing nature of work and the economic impacts of COVID-19. Across New Zealand 9.5 per cent of Pacific households experience in-work poverty.

Project Ikuna - supporting the future of Auckland’s Pacific workforce

Future Ready: Money Confidence is part of a four-year, MBIE-funded programme to help upskill Auckland’s Pacific workforce so people have the skills and knowledge to adapt to the future of work and the economic impacts of COVID-19.


Ready to upskill your Pacific people for the future of work?

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Step 1

Register now to start your application. 

Step 2

Our team will call you to identify and discuss your learning needs. 

Step 3

We will identify the right training course for your people and connect you with a skilled education provider to deliver the programme  in your workplace. 

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