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The National Financial Educators Council’s proprietary eLearning platform presents an authentic, dynamic learning process. By leveraging best practices in online education, the NFEC helps improve people’s financial capabilities. The platform’s engaging content and vivid design create a unique user experience. Learners become inspired to take action toward building sound financial foundations.

This interactive experience is grounded in constructivist theory. That means learners construct their own understanding by participating in real-world financial activities and then reflecting on those lessons. The learner-centered approach to education applies scaffolding, simulation, project-based learning, case studies, and other accepted educational strategies. The program is designed to help participants assimilate what they learn, and then translate knowledge into action.

Based on their experience levels, the eLearning platform connects participants with learning outcomes that challenge them to progress to higher depths of knowledge. Whether the people you serve are moving out on their own for the first time, planning for retirement, trying to get out of debt, interested in buying a home, paying for college, or rebuilding after financial setbacks – this curriculum has an age-appropriate practical education plan to help them reach their financial goals. Learners can use the course to prepare for life events as they come up, or review lessons that interest them. They also can take the full course and earn Certification.

The eLearning platform is flexible for both facilitator and participants. It can accommodate a variety of schedules and course formats. Some organizations have leveraged the eLearning platform as a self-study course. Others offered a blended learning setting by incorporating the platform into their live classes, workshops, camps, and other in-person formats. The full program would satisfy a two-unit college level course, and the topics align with national financial education standards. If you’re an educator looking to bridge personal finance lessons into other classes, the content also aligns with common core standards.

The NFEC’s proprietary eLearning platform provides more than just education. The project-based learning activities help participants address life situations they’ll encounter in the real world. Creating personal budgets, reviewing their credit reports, preparing for major purchases, and factoring inflation into retirement plans are just a few examples of the practical lessons. Participants come away with a personalized financial plan and educational reminders they can refer back to throughout their lives.

The online personal finance platform features integrated testing that measures changes in participants’ financial capabilities and long-term behavior modification. Pre- and post-testing are available at the topic, lesson, and full-course levels. These tests measure the knowledge participants gain across all the material they cover.

This program was developed for educators who want to deliver a 100% independent, professional-level financial education that leverages best practices in eLearning and education. Continue with the video tour now to learn more about the Learning Management System and other features that can help you reach your financial literacy programming goals.

*A 2 unit course semester credit hours (SCH) typically includes 30-32 contact hours per semester. Outside classroom activities generally require double to triple the contact hours, and may include project-based learning activities, completing assignments, studying notes, supplementary reading, writing papers, and participating in activities that further their knowledge about the subject.

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Personalized Financial Plan

Students participate in practical project-based learning activities, building personal financial plans to which they can refer back and adjust over their lifetime.

Integrated Testing

Programming integrates testing features that measure changes in participants’ financial capabilities and long-term behavior modification.

Educational Best Practices

Grounded in constructivist theory, the platform helps learners construct their own understanding by completing real-world financial activities and reflecting on those experiences.

Hours & Modular Design

The modular design and lessons take between 15 and 45 minute to complete, making assigning workshops or specific topics easy. The complete program satisfies a two-unit college-level course or full semester course.

Delivery Options

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Self-Directed

The eLearning platform can accommodate self-study and unsupervised participation. Built-in accountability and reporting features ensure that learners participate in the lessons.

Instructor-Led

Instructors leverage the eLearning Center resources, videos, and activities in their live in-person presentations. Instructor’s guide, PowerPoint, student guides, activity sheets, and testing also are included with all ages of eVolve programming.

Blended Learning

eVolve offers an interconnected, organized learning system. Aligning digital content delivery with live instruction modules gives facilitators the ability to deliver a comprehensive blended learning experience.

Topics Covered In The Learning Center

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Financial Psychology

Learner Lesson Description

In this section, you will learn to recognize and identify factors in your life that affect how money motivates you and influences your life decisions, and become inspired to gain more knowledge about finances. You will explore your personal dreams and learn how your lifestyle choices and financial knowledge affect your ability to turn dreams into reality. Then you will be guided to set good goals that align with your personal dreams and make a plan to achieve those goals.

Many factors influence and reinforce people’s relationships with money. You will identify your own money personality and how your emotions have impact on your spending and saving habits. You will identify the important life influencers – such as family, society, marketing, and culture – who have taught you about money in the past. You will come to understand how your ability and readiness to make behavior change helps determine your level of financial well-being. You will be encouraged to recognize the financial habits you have formed, and learn techniques to make positive changes in those behaviors.

Participants identify the stage of change they are in according to the Transtheoretical Model of Behavior Change.

Students connect their lifestyle choices to their financial well-being.

Participants set and write clear short- and long-term financial goals.

Learners list those individuals and organizations that influence their financial behaviors.

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Budgeting

Learner Lesson Description

Enjoying life now while simultaneously planning for a secure future requires a solid grasp of how and where your money is spent day-to-day. This lesson will teach you the difference between “needs” and “wants” so you can make sound purchasing decisions. Saving money forms the cornerstone of a financially secure lifestyle. You will create a clear budget and savings plan that allows you enough money to spend on things you want now, while also ensuring that you have plenty for later.

Budgets have important implications for financial wellness. You will learn how to avoid spending traps and develop practical money management habits that will help you move closer to achieving your long-term goals. To practice applying these skills, you will be introduced to the process and expenses involved with buying a vehicle. You will understand how to purchase a car that fits into your long-term financial plan.

Participants complete a short- and long-term budget spreadsheet.

Students identify and plan for making major purchases then create a monthly savings plan to attain their goals.

Learners list their wants, needs and prioritize their purchases.

Participants create a savings plan that includes their: emergency fund, short-term savings and long-term savings.

Students list ways they can reduce their expenses and save more.

Participants prepare a budget and plan the expenses associated with their transportation.

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Account Management

Learner Lesson Description

The financial accounts you open and maintain form the centerpiece of your personal finances, and building strong relationships with a bank or credit union can benefit your financial situation throughout your lifetime. This lesson will show you how to manage your accounts to stay organized, earn interest, and build a foundation for future investments. If you already have accounts with a financial institution, this lesson will help you evaluate and adjust your banking choices; if not, the lesson will help you choose the bank or credit union that best fits your needs.

You will receive tips for setting up accounts to handle your finances professionally and efficiently. Learning the banking essentials will save you time, protect your credit, make sure all your bills are paid, and help you save money for the future. You also will learn the difference between debit cards, prepaid cards, and credit cards and understand the benefits and drawbacks of each.

Participants compare account options and open a savings & checking account with a bank or credit union.

Learners automate their bill payment and savings plan.

Students explore the difference between credit, debit and prepaid cards and determine the best option(s) for them.

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Credit Profile

Learner Lesson Description

This lesson will begin by clarifying the definition of “credit” and how the term is applied in various situations. Credit refers to your ability to obtain products and/or services in advance with the agreement that you will make payments toward the outstanding balance over time. Having and keeping a good credit profile can save you many thousands of dollars over your lifetime. You will comprehend how your credit history affects your personal finances, and gain tips for building an excellent credit rating.

This lesson also will provide you with a solid understanding of the loan application process. Credit card companies, auto lenders, mortgage brokers, and banks look at your credit report to determine whether they trust you to repay money you borrow. You will be guided to obtain a copy of your credit report, review your credit score, and create a personal plan to improve or maintain your current credit rating. Identity theft – criminal use of your personal information to take on your identity or access your accounts – is an important issue with major negative impact on your credit score. You will learn how to avoid and deal with any breaches of your identity.

Students download a copy of their credit report and review it for accuracy.

Participants develop a plan to build their credit profile.

Learners dispute any items incorrectly reported on their credit report.

Students understand identity theft and identity theft prevention.

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Loans & Debt

Learner Lesson Description

Most people will take out loans and experience debt during the course of their lives. Learning to make educated debt decisions will make a huge difference to your financial future. You will learn how to distinguish between “good” debt versus “bad” debt, and which type is best for building a positive credit history. The lesson will help you manage the stress of carrying a debt load and create a debt payoff plan if you already owe money.

You will comprehend how to evaluate various loan options. The process by which lenders qualify you for loans will be explained in detail, and you will learn steps you can take to prepare for loan qualification. Credit cards are one type of loan. You will learn the risks and benefits of having credit cards, and gain tips for maximizing their benefits while avoiding the debt problems credit cards can create.

For participants currently experiencing debt, they will create a detailed debt payoff plan.

For learners that are debt-free, they will create a debt minimization plan.

Students compare loan options and identify those they qualify for.

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Risk Management & Insurance

Learner Lesson Description

Every financial decision you face contains an element of risk. Buying insurance is one strategy to protect you from such risk. In this lesson you will gain knowledge about methods – including insurance – that help reduce financial risk. You will learn to identify levels of risk involved with various situations. You will understand how to apply four techniques for managing risk: risk avoidance, reduction, sharing, and retention.

The lesson will delve more deeply into the various types of insurance policies and items which you should protect with insurance, such as real property, automobiles, health, and life. You will understand basic insurance policy features including premiums, deductibles, discounts, and exclusions. You will be guided to determine which types and how much insurance you need now, recognize that your coverage needs will change over time, and make a plan to review and adjust your insurance plan on a regular basis.

Learners identify their personal risks and create a risk management strategy.

Students identify insurance needs that can help them reduce their financial risk.

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Taxes & Government Influence

Learner Lesson Description

For most U.S. citizens, taxes represent one of their largest budget items. Taxes assessed by the government represent a significant expense that affects your financial health, and tax errors carry heavy consequences. If you have a job, you see tax deductions taken out of each paycheck, yet some of you may not understand fully where your tax dollars go. This lesson explains income taxes and offers insight about how you can budget to reduce tax liabilities.

Tax planning also is a critical component of an overall investment plan that will help you retain more of your earnings. You will learn about financial products and strategies that help you pay fewer taxes within the law, and key concepts for making tax-efficient financial decisions. Part of tax and investment planning involves accounting for inflation – the ongoing rise in the cost of goods and services. You will gain a basic understanding of inflation and how to account for it when you calculate your future budget needs and investment goals. This lesson will help you work toward reaching financial security and your desired standard of living.

Learners budget the impact taxes make on their short- and long-term budget.

Participants explore the various types of taxes that can effect their plans.

Students understand their pay stub’s tax information, W2 and W4 forms.

Participants complete an inflation activity that helps them budget for the future cost of goods.

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Investments & Personal Financial Planning

Learner Lesson Description

Achieving your personal lifestyle goals and financial security in retirement will require you to save and invest your money. Significant reductions in pension plans and Social Security coupled with longer life expectancies mean that most of us have a far greater need to invest than people faced 50 years ago.This lesson will begin by helping you assess your current financial health, identify areas for improvement, and create a plan for reaching your retirement goals. Many compelling reasons for becoming an informed investor are presented. Investment gets your money working for you, rather than you having to work to earn every dollar. You will learn how to prepare either to begin investing or to expand your current portfolio.

Compounding interest is a powerful concept with significant effect on your investment returns. You will understand how compound interest gives investments opportunity to increase exponentially because money earns interest both on the principal and on prior interest payments. You will be presented with a method for computing how quickly your money will double and ways to take best advantage of compound interest. You will learn the importance of building a team of trusted advisors to provide input on your investment choices.

The lesson also will give you practical information about various retirement plans and how they can affect your current and future income. You will be guided to evaluate your risk tolerance and how it affects investment decisions. Further budgeting activities will lead you through the process of preparing to buy and own real estate, and how to ensure that a property purchase aligns with your long-term goals.

Learners discover the various motivations driving investment decisions.

Students understand how to determine when it is safe to invest and how to prepare.

Participants fully explore the impact of compounding interest.

Students understand the types and importance of relying on financial professions.

Learners review various employer and personal retirement plans.

Participants understand home ownership as an investment.

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Higher Education

Learner Lesson Description

Employment opportunities have become increasingly competitive and many professions are open only to those with higher education. Yet while investing time and money in education can give you a competitive edge, it also may involve going into debt. This lesson will help you explore educational options including traditional university, career college, vocational school, or alternative educational methods. You will be encouraged to pursue an educational path that follows your passions while remaining in alignment with your budget, timeline, and long-term financial goals. You will create a budget and plan to prepare for higher education.

Depending on your chosen field, higher education can help you command a larger salary, access more career options, start an entrepreneurial endeavor, and/or gain a sense of accomplishment. You will learn to calculate the return on investment (ROI) of pursuing higher education by balancing the cost of schooling against your increased earning potential. The lesson covers various options for funding higher education including scholarships, student loans, employment, and other funding opportunities. You will develop a clear plan to avoid, minimize, and/or effectively pay off any student loans you accrue in the process.

Students explore educational return on investments.

Learners prepare a budget for the years they are pursuing their education option.

Students complete an initial education expense worksheet.

Participants prepare an after graduation budget that accounts for student loan payments.

Learners understand and explore student loan repayment options.

Personalized Financial Plan via Project-based Learning

As learners progress through the course, they participate in real-world activities that lead them to take action toward building a solid financial foundation. Completed activities are compiled and available for students to review in the future. They also receive educational reminders.

The project-based learning activities establish a central point for students’ finances. With each lesson they complete, they contribute to their personalized guide and overall personal financial plan. The custom guide includes tips, lesson reminders, and completed activities. During the course learners complete over 50 practical activities including:

  • Creating a current and future budget.
  • Building a retirement plan.
  • Developing an investment strategy.
  • Exploring home ownership.
  • Getting a copy of their credit report.
  • Preparing for major purchases.
  • Creating a debt payoff or avoidance strategy.
  • Deciding on education options.
  • Setting clear financial and lifestyle goals.
  • Developing a complete personal finance plan.

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Learning Management System

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The National Financial Educators Council offers a robust Learning Management System (or LMS). Designed around evidence-based best practices for online learning, this proprietary LMS blends flexible pacing, comprehensive reporting, adaptive pathing, gamification, and other proven eLearning techniques. The goal is to maximize how well people assimilate and are able to implement the lessons they learn.

The platforms offers flexible options for course pacing to accommodate both synchronous and asynchronous learning. Course facilitators can choose from three options: self-paced; timeline-based; and testing-based, where students’ progress is blocked until they pass a lesson test. Learners who pursue the self-study option can choose lessons about life events for which they’re planning, explore specific topics, or take a comprehensive certification course that walks them through more than 50 practical activities to build a solid financial foundation.

Adaptive pathing is also built into the Learning Management System to give students a personalized learning experience based on their specific interests, test results, and lesson accomplishments. Learners who are unable to pass tests are redirected to complete additional lessons explaining the concepts in different ways. That way the programming makes sure they understand each lesson before they move on.

The robust Learning Management System’s Central Dashboard provides rich data and offers you the freedom to set up a variety of engagement analytics and defined milestones. Enjoy real-time activity progress reports that demonstrate participants’ activity completion, time spent on lessons, test and quiz results, video views, and any other customized data you desire to measure.

The LMS Dashboard also gives course facilitators class management ability. You can break participants into groups, provide feedback, share course updates, import and export participant data, and manage learner activities. Filters allow you to segment classes based on lesson completion and performance.

If you want to integrate this eLearning Center with other technology, the LMS has a built-in TIN CAN API that can combine learner activities from different programs. The API records data tracking all the various learning experiences in which learners participate, and communicates those data in a consistent format so you can consolidate the information with your other systems.

By now you understand the Learning Management System provides you features that will help you manage your participants and measure their performance. This flexible LMS is easy to use and helps you elevate learners to higher levels of knowledge as they work toward a state of financial wellness. Review the details on this page. Upon completion, you will learn about the gamification features built into the system.

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Rich Data & Reporting

The Learning Management System provides rich data and offers you freedom to track a variety of engagement data and defined milestones.

Class Management

The LMS’s Central Dashboard Portal gives course facilitators the ability to provide feedback, share course updates, import and export participant data, and manage learner activities.

Accessibility

Designed around the CAG 2.0 accessibility standards set by the World Wide Web Consortium – the leading Internet standards organization – eVolve meets accessibility standards.

Pacing & Pathing Options

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Self-Paced & Self-Directed

Evlove’s eLearning platform accommodates self-directed, self-paced learning. Participants can choose to learn about life events for which they’re preparing, explore specific topics, or complete the entire Certification course. A built-in reporting and point system adds an accountability feature for facilitators who wish to monitor student progress.

Timeline-Based

The course lessons can be time released based on your chosen schedule. Align the eLearning course with your live presentations, or set a self-study agenda for participants. Set this feature up just once, and participants are notified automatically when each next lesson becomes available.

Progression-Based

Progression-based features can be set to restrict students’ progress based on performance measures, learning benchmarks, and test completion. This built-in scaffolding ensures that students understand the concepts before they progress toward stronger understanding, skill acquisition, and deeper learning.

Adaptive Pathing

Adaptive pathing helps students understand concepts and lessons they may find more challenging. Participants unable to pass lesson tests are redirected to a review module that explains the topic in different ways. After completing the retest, they are back on track with the remainder of the course.

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Gamification

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Gamification

Congratulations! You just completed the first two lessons in this tour. This page highlights the gamification and incentive elements built into the NFEC’s eLearning platform.

Points, badges, and bonuses are included in every lesson of the course to inspire participants and engage them in the learning process. Learners complete activities and tests for which they earn badges, points, and incentives at each step of the way. Students who successfully complete the full course earn a Certificate recognized by the NFEC as meeting national financial education standards.

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Customized Incentives

For organizations that want to provide incentives to students participating in the course, the NFEC’s proprietary Learning Management System has a built-in incentive program linked to participant accomplishments. Organizations have the option to offer custom incentives that encourage participation and completion of set milestones.

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Online Learning Center Program Offerings

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By now you understand the key benefits of the NFEC’s eLearning Platform and how it can help the end-users improve their financial capabilities. You understand how:

  • Adaptive pathing & testing can improve results.
  • Rich date & real time data simplifies class management.
  • Interactive content creates engagement in the user experience.
  • Flexible course pacing options give you maximum control.
  • Real world activities have participants build their financial plan.
  • Blended instructional techniques encourage higher levels of learning.

This page will help you understand the various package and investment options available to you. Scroll over the photos below to learn about the options included in the eLearning Platform.

Learner Platform

The NFEC’s proprietary eLearning platform presents an authentic, dynamic learning process. By leveraging best practices in online education, the NFEC helps improve people’s financial capabilities. The platform’s engaging content and vivid design create a unique user experience. Learners become inspired to take action toward building sound financial foundations.

Learning Management System

Designed around evidence-based best practices for online learning, this proprietary LMS blends flexible pacing, adaptive pathing, gamification, and other proven eLearning techniques to maximize how well people assimilate and are able to implement the lessons they learn.

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LMS Central Dashboard

The Central Dashboard provides rich data and offers you the freedom to set up a variety of engagement analytics and defined milestones. Enjoy real-time activity progress reports that demonstrate participants’ activity completion, time spent on lessons, test and quiz results, video views, and any other customized data you desire to measure.

Personal Financial Plan

The project-based learning activities help participants address life situations they’ll encounter in the real world. Participants come away with a personalized financial plan and educational reminders they can refer back to throughout their lives.

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Presentation Package

The NFEC’s presentation packages includes instructors guide, student guides, PowerPoint presentation, testing and more. The material is organized to give you maximum flexibility and integrate seamlessly with the eLearning Center.

Promotional Resources

Receive a variety of promotional and marketing material to help you generate buzz, raise awareness and enlist support. Includes: event invitation & flier, email communications, press releases, funding resources and more.

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Programs Offered

Middle School eVolve Online Learning Center

Middle school financial literacy curriculum

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From 6th to 8th grade are formidable development years in the development of the participant’s financial habits. The NFEC’s Evolve Middle School Personal Financial Education platform aligns with national financial education standards and Common Core guidelines while providing the fundamental lessons to help students develop positive money management behavior.

Those that serve middle school aged students can leverage this to deliver a full semester course, afterschool program, topic specific workshop, camp and a variety of course formats.

High School eVolve Online Learning Center

High school financial literacy curriculum workshop

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The Evolve High School Personal Financial Education platform delivers the fundamental knowledge participants need to successfully live on their own. By the time students complete this course they will have a full financial game plan to successfully move out on their own and a long-term personal financial plan in place.

Those that serve high school aged students can leverage this to deliver a full semester course, afterschool program, topic specific workshop, camp and a variety of course formats. Alignment with national financial education standards and Common Core helps educators of various subjects incorporate financial literacy into their lesson plans.

College eVolve Online Learning Center

College personal finance program

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The NFEC’s Evolve College Personal Financial Education platform was designed for colleges looking to ensure their students are prepared for the financial realities that face them in school and after they graduate.   The college program prepares them for living on their own and includes comprehensive modules on college funding and student loan repayment.

The college coursework is modular and can fit any schedule. It is a financial education solution for those seeking to host on-campus events and workshops of varying lengths and up to a 2 unit college level course with 30 hours of Semester Credit Hours (SCH) and 65 hours of outside activities available.

Adult eVolve Online Learning Center

Adult financial literacy curriculum taught by nonprofit volunteers

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The NFEC’s Evolve Adult (basic-level) Personal Financial Education platform is designed to help people build a solid financial foundation and/or recover from current financial circumstances. This coursework covers the basic personal finance lessons that can help them improve their financial situation.

The Advanced-level course is designed to help people plan toward reaching a state of financial security. This program provides people the knowledge needed to understand investment options that can help them reach their financial and retirement goals.

Both the Basic & Advanced coursework are commonly delivered by through workplaces, nonprofits, faith-based and community organization events. The coursework is modular, flexible and can accommodate various schedules and learning outcomes.

Investment Details

Complete Course and Lifetime Access Participant License. Each participant has access to the program for life and they receive full access to the learner’s portal and all updates.

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Optional Features

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Learning Management System Central Dashboard

The LMS Central Dashboard   The Central Dashboard provides rich data and offers you the freedom to set up a variety of engagement analytics and defined milestones. Enjoy real-time activity progress reports that demonstrate participants’ activity completion, time spent on lessons, test and quiz results, video views, and any other customized data you desire to measure.  The LMS Central Dashboard is needed to access any data of participants you enroll in the program.

$995

+ $495/yr Starting Year 2

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Blended Learning Presentation Package

(Instructors Guide, PowerPoint, Student Guides, Testing & more) Receive the presentation materials that align with the eLearning Center to conduct a blended or flipped classroom program. Get access to over 60 in-class activities and instructors resources to bridge lessons taught through the online platform.

$197 Annually

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Private Labeling

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Basic Branding
$1,995 – One Time

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Certified Financial Education Instructor

The Certified Financial Education Instructor coursework meets standards for the highest academic rigor. Graduates of the coursework take their place among the most highly-qualified personal finance educators, with the ability to teach essential money management concepts effectively to people of all ages.

$297

+ $97/yr Starting Year 2

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