Becoming a Money skills for life presenter
Our talks are delivered by volunteers who are currently working or have previous experience in the financial services industry. As the basis for the programme is the independent nature of the information being delivered, we never recommend a particular product or provider, and this should be considered before volunteering for Money skills for life.
Depending on their designation, volunteer presenters can receive up to one-hour CPD for their participation in delivering talks.
Our presenters must meet the following requirements:
Be a Qualified Financial Adviser, have a similar qualification, or have extensive experience in the financial services industry (a minimum of five years).
Attend a full day of training provided by the CCPC either at our offices in Dublin 1 or remotely. The following is covered during training:
- Overview of Money skills for life (MSFL)
- Presentation skills
- Tips for dealing with nerves, engaging an audience, and general presenting
- FAQs for presenters
- Presentations to the group
Previous presenting experience would be desirable but is not a requirement, as the CCPC provides training on engaging with audiences, making consumers feel confident that they know what questions to ask, and motivating them to change their personal finance habits and behaviours.
If you meet the requirements and want to help others improve their financial literacy and wellbeing, contact us by emailing us at email@example.com.
Last updated on 24 August 2023