Ages and Stages
The Ages and Stages module supports students to develop their understanding of the effect of three life stages on personal income, including the benefits that can come from planning for these changes in advance.
This module supports students to develop their understanding of different saving and investment options, including which options are the best match for a given situation.
This module is the companion of the Level 2 US28095 module 'Investment Options'.
This is a useful module for students planning to study or do training once they leave school. The module explores student loans, apprenticeships, and working while studying as three options for funding study. However, if students already have a clear idea of what they want to do they should talk with a careers advisor to identify study-funding options specific to their intended pathway, or individual circumstances, and focus on these instead.
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In this module students need to analyse two personal financial investment options: KiwiSaver and one other option. This module focuses on KiwiSaver, shares, bonds, term deposits and managed funds. Teachers could also explore the benefits of other forms of investment, such as buying a property, with their students.
View marketing materials used by at least four banks. Choose both online materials and brochures or leaflets. Identify the target audience of the materials, for example, people in specific age, gender, ethnic, or working groups. Identify groups that are not represented in the materials.
This module supports students developing their understanding of attitudes, beliefs and values that create their financial identity.
Financial identity is explored through understanding the questionnaire-based study which Dr. Carla Houkamau and her team at Auckland University undertook with their study on The Māori Identity and Financial Attitudes Study (MIFAS). Dr. Houkamau provides students with expert insight into the process her team has used to develop their questionnaire and conduct their survey. It also gives students an opportunity to build their capability to design their own questionnaire of interest.
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Equipping young people for their financial future, embedding good money habits early on.
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