The NFEC’s focus is on maximizing training time and efficiency during the professional development of your staff / volunteers. Programs can be customized to match your time, budget, and desired outcomes. The two common types of customized training are:
Performance evaluations and assessments enable us to determine your staff’s unique skill development needs. Financial educator training is developed to meet their needs, and learning barometers are established to measure their progress.
After meeting and gathering data from your leadership team, the NFEC develops programming based on your needs. Common customizations are centered around subject-based, end-user-based, and time-based needs, while balancing those needs with your outcome goals.
For those seeking highly qualified financial education instructors who are proficient across a broad range of financial education topics, the full training is recommended. Participants enrolled in the complete course undergo 30 hours of training (Professional Development Hours – PDH, 3 Continuing Education Units – CEU). Upon completion, you can choose to have your staff participants registered as Certified Financial Education Instructors.
Review the full coursework requirements below or click here to learn more about the full Certified Financial Education Instructor training. Although the full coursework is recommended, the full course can be refined based on your time and training needs.