Overview

Part of: Finance World


Our Finance World suite of resources guides young adults through six finance themes:

  • Budgeting
  • Careers
  • Currency
  • Documents and Income
  • Risk
  • Saving and Investing

In 2014, The Money Advice Service commissioned a charity, NPC, to create the Financial Capability Outcomes Framework which sets out the key learning objectives in relation to finance.

Curriculum Links / Adult Financial Capability Framework

16-17

Understanding financial products and concepts

  • I know how to protect myself through financial products.
  • I understand financial vocabulary, for example compound interest, APR, AER, depreciation.

Understanding of money management

  • I can identify the steps I need to take in the short and medium term in order to meet long term goals.
  • I can develop a budget that will help me manage my money well now and support me reaching my goals.
  • I can break down what I spend my money on and I am regularly able to keep track of spending.
  • I know how people get into problematic debt and how I can stop it happening to me.

Understanding the role of money in society

  • I understand the financial implications of different educational / career choices (further or higher education, work, entrepreneurial).

Applied numeracy

  • I am able to develop a budget appropriate to my needs.

Attitudes to money

  • Good financial capability is something I want my friends and me to have.
  • I am proud to talk about how I manage my money.
  • I have ways of participating socially that don’t involve money.

Aspirations and goals

  • Managing money well will help me achieve many of my goals.
  • Saving now will benefit me in the future.

Self-confidence

  • I have a sense of my own value or worth.

Self-control

  • I can demonstrate self-control in non-financial situations.
  • I should avoid borrowing money if I can’t afford to pay it back.
  • I feel in control of my money, not that my money controls me.

Perseverance

  • I have perseverance and can recover from setbacks.
  • Exposure and access to appropriate financial products and channels
  • I am aware of finance options available if I want to continue my studies beyond A level.
  • I am aware of how to maintain good credit record; and what is meant by APR.

Managed exposure to risk

  • I regularly experience managing more complex decisions e.g., mix of short-term, long-term and regular bills.
  • I experience making my own money through e.g., job, entrepreneurial activities.
  • My risk appetite for spending and saving decisions is based on my experience.

17-18

Understanding financial products and concepts

  • I can interpret bill statements, payslips, and know how to address errors.
  • I can assess which adult current account / savings option will be right for me.
  • I understand the range of adult financial products now available to me including credit, pensions and investments, and can assess whether they will help me meet my goals.

Understanding of money management

  • I can develop a complex budget for independent living.
  • I know a range of ways to improve my income and cut the cost of living.
  • I can identify positive and risky financial decisions, weigh up options and understand the consequences.

Understanding the role of money in society

  • I understand the functions and uses of money, the importance and practice of budgeting, and managing risk.
  • I understand different ways companies try to influence spending.
  • I am aware of how the government gets money and my role in generating income through tax.

Attitudes to money

  • I believe taking responsibility for managing my money well is intrinsic to me living independently.
  • I am happy to seek financial advice when I think I need it.

Aspirations and goals

  • Proactive earning / spending / saving prioritisation decisions will benefit me and help me achieve my goals.

Self-confidence

  • I have a sense of my own value or worth.

Self-control

  • I can demonstrate self-control in non-financial situations.

Perseverance

  • I have perseverance and can recover from setbacks.
  • Exposure and access to appropriate financial products and channels
  • I choose and use adult financial products.

In addition there are also the objectives in the adult framework:

Financial knowledge and understanding

  • People understand financial concepts and are able to answer basic questions around interest rates, loan types, investment, inflation etc.
  • People are able to understand and interpret bank statements, bills etc.
  • People understand financial products e.g., different types of savings vehicles, and can assess which options are right for them.
  • People understand the products, concepts and options relevant to their issue, life stage or event e.g., pensions, mortgages, problem debt etc., and can assess which options are right for them.
  • People understand the main types of financial fraud and how to protect themselves from it.

Understanding of one’s own financial situation

  • People understand their income and outgoings.
  • People understand their financial rights and entitlements.
  • People can identify whether they are having financial difficulties and when they might need to seek help.
  • People understand the costs and shocks that they might experience in the future.
  • People understand the financial implications of life events relevant to their life stage e.g. having children.

Understanding of money management

  • People understand the principles of budgeting.
  • People can develop a budget suited to their needs.
  • People understand the consequences of risky financial behaviours and can weigh up their options.
  • People know how to make their money go further.

Applied numeracy

  • People can successfully apply mathematical skills to financial problems.

Literacy

  • People can read and write in English (or Welsh in Wales).
  • People have the level of literacy needed to fill in forms accurately.
  • People have the level of literacy needed to read information about financial products and services.

Digital literacy

  • People are able to use online services e.g., forms, tools, emails, online banking.
  • People are able to navigate online content and locate the information they need.

Problem solving

  • People demonstrate problem solving ability.

Communication skills

  • People are able to convey an opinion and interact with others.
  • People are able to discuss their financial situation with professionals to undertake financial tasks (e.g. opening a bank account).

Attitudes to receiving money advice and guidance

  • People understand the value of advice.
  • People believe that money advice can help them.
  • People take steps to seek money advice.

Attitudes to money

  • People have a positive emotional relationship with money.
  • People value financial planning and saving, and have an attitude to the use of debt that is appropriate to their financial situation.
  • People talk openly and honestly about money with friends and family.

Aspirations and goals

  • People have concrete short to medium term financial goals and/or longer term aspirations.

Attitudes to the future

  • People recognise the importance of their future financial needs.
  • People balance their future financial needs with their current financial needs.
  • People anticipate and plan for their future financial needs including in less positive scenarios (e.g. planning for care costs).
  • People have an appropriate attitude to financial risk.

Self-confidence

  • People have a sense of their own value or worth.
  • People believe they have the necessary ability to improve or maintain their financial situation.
  • People feel confident to exercise their own judgment in financial decisions and to question suggestions and advice they are given.
  • People feel confident communicating about their situation and needs with financial service professionals.

Perseverance

  • People have perseverance and can recover from setbacks.

Self-control

  • People understand the financial implications of different choices.
  • People find it easy to take decisions which enable them to live within their means.
  • People can abstain from or delay spending and prioritise longer-term goals.
  • People demonstrate self-control in non-financial situations.

Exposure and access to appropriate advice, guidance and tools

  • People know where to go for advice, guidance and tools about their financial situation, in person, by phone and using digital resources.
  • People have the physical and technical ability to access financial advice, guidance and tools in a form and language they can understand, and channel they can use effectively.

Exposure and access to appropriate financial products and channels

  • People can access appropriate financial products which meet their needs via appropriate channels.
  • People are aware of individuals in their social networks using appropriate products.

Income generation (b)

Objective (at Extending level)

1. Understand the need for money in retirement - pension - and how this could be paid for

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Double Agent

Dossiers:

    • Careers - Wages and Salaries
    • Documents and Income - Sources of Money

Parents' section

Objective (at Extending level)

2. Begin to understand how companies and other organisations are financed including shares

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Spot the Agent

Dossiers:

    • Documents and Income - Sources of Money
    • Risk - Manageable Debt

Teachers'/Professionals' section

Objective (at Extending level)

3. Understand how deductions such as tax, National Insurance and pension contributions are made

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Spot the Agent

Dossiers:

    • Budgeting - Government Budgets and the Economy
    • Careers - Wages and Salaries

Parents' section

Income disposal (c)

Objective (at Extending level)

1. Understanding of the range of personal expenditure and how it may be managed

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimuli - Clued Up and Spy Snaps

Dossiers:

    • Budgeting - Case Study: Young School Leaver
    • Budgeting - Case Study: Single Unemployed Parent
    • Budgeting - Case Study: University Student
    • Budgeting - Financial Planning

Case studies

Teachers'/Professionals' and Parents' sections

Objective (at Extending level)

2. Understand local and national taxation and spending and a basic understanding of how and why Government is financed

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Double Agent

Dossier:

    • Budgeting - Government Budgets and the Economy

Parents' section

Gathering financial information and record keeping (d)

Objective (at Extending level)

1. Understanding of personal financial statements including bank statements, credit card statements, TV Licence payment arrangements, utility and other bills

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Double Agent

Dossiers:

    • Documents and Income - Bills
    • Documents and Income - Record Keeping

Teachers'/Professionals' and Parents' sections

Objective (at Extending level)

2. Able to reconcile a bank statement to allow for items not yet presented

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Double Agent

Objective (at Extending level)

3. Understand credit card statements and other loan/credit financing documents

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Double Agent

Dossiers:

    • Documents and Income - Bills
    • Documents and Income - Record Keeping

Teachers'/Professionals' and Parents' sections

Objective (at Extending level)

4. Able to gather, compare and contrast information on financial services to inform a decision

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Word Hunter

Dossiers:

    • Budgeting - Case Study: University Student
    • Documents and Income - Sources of Money
    • Risk - Insurance
    • Saving and Investing - Account Services

Teachers'/Professionals' section

 

Financial planning - saving, spending, budgeting (e)

Objective (at Extending level)

1. Understand ways in which to plan, monitor and control personal income and expenditure

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimuli - Clued Up and Spy Snaps

Dossiers:

    • Budgeting - Case Study: Young School Leaver
    • Budgeting - Case Study: Single Unemployed Parent
    • Budgeting - Case Study: University Student
    • Budgeting - Financial Planning 

Case studies

Teachers'/Professionals' and Parents' sections

Objective (at Extending level)

2. Fully understand the difference between short, medium and long term financial commitments and how the planning and decision making for these differ

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Double Agent

Dossier:

    • Budgeting - Case Study: Young School Leaver

Case studies

Teachers'/Professionals' section

Objective (at Extending level)

3. Able to obtain information and analyse it to decide on an appropriate service taking care to evaluate and monitor the situation on an ongoing basis

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Double Agent

Dossiers:

    • Budgeting - Case Study: Young School Leaver
    • Budgeting - Case Study: Single Unemployed Parent
    • Budgeting - Case Study: University Student

Objective (at Extending level)

4. Begin to understand local government finances (council tax) and the national budget

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Clued Up

Dossier:

    • Budgeting - Government Budgets and the Economy

Teachers'/Professionals' and Parents' sections

Risk and return (f)

Objective (at Extending level)

1. Understand the principles of probability and insurance in complex situations, identifying potential risks and how to protect against them

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimuli - Codebreaker and Double Agent

Dossiers:

    • Risk - Insurance
    • Risk - Gambling

Case studies

Teachers'/Professionals' section

Objective (at Extending level)

2. Understand that both saving and borrowing are offered on differing terms and interest rates vary over time

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimuli - Double Agent and Word Hunter

Dossier:

    • Documents and Income - Sources of Money

Objective (at Extending level)

3. Understand that some loans and purchase agreements are secured whilst others are unsecured

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Codebreaker

Dossier:

    • Documents and Income - Sources of Money

Objective (at Extending level)

4. Understand the difference in risk and return between saving and investment products

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Word Hunter

Dossier:

    • Saving and Investing - Ways to Save and Invest

Objective (at Extending level)

5. Understand the need to monitor and evaluate financial services to assess performance and relevance over time

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Word Hunter

Case studies

Personal choices and the financial implications (g)

Objective (at Extending level)

1. Understand the difference between short, medium and long term needs and make appropriate decisions

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimuli - Double Agent and Spot the Agent

Dossiers:

    • Budgeting - Case Study: Young School Leaver
    • Budgeting - Case Study: Single Unemployed Parent
    • Budgeting - Case Study: University Student 

Case studies

Teachers'/Professionals' section

Objective (at Extending level)

2. Understand the difference between manageable, planned debt and unmanageable, unplanned debt including dealing with debt in a crisis

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimuli - Codebreaker and Clued Up

Dossiers:

    • Budgeting - Staying out of Debt
    • Risk - Manageable Debt
    • Saving and Investing - Ways to Save and Invest

Objective (at Extending level)

3. Able to assess best buy in a variety of financial circumstances

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Double Agent

Case studies

Teachers'/Professionals' and Parents' sections

Objective (at Extending level)

4. Knowledge and understanding of a range of generic financial products in the short, medium and long term. Ability to identify personal requirements, obtain information/advice, analyse and decide

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Double Agent

Dossiers:

    • Currency - Forms of Money and Payment
    • Documents and Income - Sources of Money
    • Risk - Insurance
    • Saving and Investing - Account Services
    • Saving and Investing - Starting a Business

Case studies

Teachers'/Professionals' and Parents' sections

Objective (at Extending level)

5. Ability to analyse consumer information and understand the difference between this and advertising/marketing information

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Codebreaker

Dossier:

    • Risk - Fraud and Scams

Teachers'/Professionals' and Parents' sections

Objective (at Extending level)

6. Ability to make informed choices based on personal financial information gathering on resources available, outgoings (both needs and wants) and what is left, if any

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimuli - Double Agent, Clued Up and Spy Snaps

Dossiers: 

    • Budgeting - Case Study: Young School Leaver
    • Budgeting - Case Study: Single Unemployed Parent
    • Budgeting - Case Study: University Student
    • Budgeting - Financial Planning 

Case studies

Teachers'/Professionals' and Parents' sections

Objective (at Extending level)

7. Ability to put a personal financial value on differing needs/wants and to prioritise these within the constraints of limited resources

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimuli - Clued Up and Spy Snaps

Dossiers:

    • Budgeting - Case Study: Young School Leaver
    • Budgeting - Case Study: Single Unemployed Parent
    • Budgeting - Case Study: University Student
    • Budgeting - Financial Planning

Teachers'/Professionals' and Parents' sections

Objective (at Extending level)

8. Ability to undertake ongoing monitoring and evaluation of needs/wants/services based on changing life circumstances

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimuli - Clued Up and Spy Snaps

Teachers'/Professionals' section

Dossiers: 

    • Budgeting - Case Study: Young School Leaver
    • Budgeting - Case Study: Single Unemployed Parent
    • Budgeting - Case Study: University Student

Objective (at Extending level)

9. Ability to evaluate the choice of a particular product on lifestyle, etc.

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Clued Up

Dossiers:

    • Budgeting - Case Study: Young School Leaver
    • Budgeting - Case Study: Single Unemployed Parent
    • Budgeting - Case Study: University Student
    • Documents and Income - Sources of Money
    • Saving and Investing - Account Services

Objective (at Extending level)

10. Ability to assess the financial implications of personal life choices in terms of education, life-long learning opportunities

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Spot the Agent

Dossiers:

    • Budgeting - Case Study: Young School Leaver
    • Budgeting - Case Study: University Student
    • Careers - Types of Employment

Case studies

Objective (at Extending level)

11. Ability to make informed choices when experiencing a drop in income or other changes to financial circumstances

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Clued Up

Dossiers:

    • Budgeting - Case Study: Young School Leaver
    • Budgeting - Case Study: Single Unemployed Parent
    • Budgeting - Case Study: University Student
    • Documents and Income - Sources of Money

Consumer rights, responsibilities and sources of advice (h)

Objective (at Extending level)

1. Know about the different sources of generic financial advice, including financial advisers and the Citizens Advice Bureau

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Spot the Agent

Dossiers:

    • Budgeting - Staying out of Debt
    • Risk - Manageable Debt
    • Saving and Investing - Ways to Save and Invest

Case studies

Teachers'/Professionals' and Parents' sections

Objective (at Extending level)

2. Know about the different sources of advice and the differences between generic and personal advice

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Clued Up

Dossiers:

    • Budgeting - Staying out of Debt
    • Risk - Manageable Debt
    • Saving and Investing - Ways to Save and Invest

Teachers'/Professionals' and Parents' sections

Objective (at Extending level)

3. Be able to assess and compare different sources of financial advice and information

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Double Agent

Teachers'/Professionals' and Parents' sections

Objective (at Extending level)

4. Understand there are different rights and responsibilities in relation to different financial products

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Double Agent

Case studies

Teachers'/Professionals' and Parents' sections

Objective (at Extending level)

5. Understand how to identify if it is appropriate to comment or complain and be able to access the procedures

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Double Agent

Case studies

Teachers'/Professionals' section

Implications of finance (i)

Objective (at Extending level)

1. Understand there is an ethical, social and religious dimension to financial decisions

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Clued Up

Dossier:

    • Budgeting - Financial Planning

Teachers'/Professionals' section

Objective (at Extending level)

2. Understand how to plan and manage debt

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimuli - Codebreaker and Clued Up

Dossiers:

    • Budgeting - Case Study: Young School Leaver
    • Budgeting - Case Study: Single Unemployed Parent
    • Budgeting - Case Study: University Student
    • Budgeting - Financial Planning
    • Budgeting - Staying out of Debt
    • Risk - Manageable Debt

Teachers'/Professionals' and Parents' sections

Objective (at Extending level)

3. Understand what to do if difficulties arise in repaying debt

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimuli - Codebreaker and Clued Up

Dossiers:

    • Budgeting - Financial Planning
    • Budgeting - Staying out of Debt
    • Saving and Investing - Ways to Save and Invest

Objective (at Extending level)

4. Understand the role of regulation and consumer protection in financial institutions

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Clued Up

Dossier:

    • Risk - Manageable Debt

Case studies

Objective (at Extending level)

5. Understanding of the wider implications of personal financial decisions, e.g. the pros and cons of ethical investment

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimuli - Double Agent and Spot the Agent

Dossier:

    • Budgeting - Government Budgets and the Economy

Teachers'/Professionals' section

Objective (at Extending level)

6. Develop an understanding of how local and national decisions may affect personal finances

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Clued Up

Dossier:

    • Budgeting - Government Budgets and the Economy

Teachers'/Professionals' and Parents' sections

Objective (at Extending level)

7. Develop an understanding that local, national and global finances can impact on one's own life, e.g. setting of interest rates

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Clued Up

Dossier:

    • Budgeting - Government Budgets and the Economy

Teachers'/Professionals' and Parents' sections

Links to the learning outcomes for the Business, Administration and Finance (BAF) Diploma

Level 1 (Unit 3) Personal Finance and Financial Studies

BAF learning outcome

LO.1 Know the main types, features and sources of money

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Double Agent

Dossiers:

    • Budgeting - Case Study: Young School Leaver
    • Budgeting - Case Study: Single Unemployed Parent
    • Budgeting - Case Study: University Student
    • Currency - Forms of Money and Payment
    • Documents and Income - Sources of Money

Teachers'/Professionals' and Parents' sections

BAF learning outcome

LO.2 Understand the importance of avoiding debt

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimuli - Codebreaker and Clued Up

Dossiers:

    • Budgeting - Case Study: Young School Leaver
    • Budgeting - Case Study: Single Unemployed Parent
    • Budgeting - Case Study: University Student
    • Budgeting - Staying out of Debt
    • Risk - Manageable Debt

Case studies

Teachers'/Professionals' and Parents' sections

BAF learning outcome

LO.3 Know how to plan personal finances

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimuli - Clued Up and Spy Snaps

Dossiers:

    • Budgeting - Case Study: Young School Leaver
    • Budgeting - Case Study: Single Unemployed Parent
    • Budgeting - Case Study: University Student
    • Budgeting - Financial Planning
    • Documents and Income - Record Keeping

Teachers'/Professionals' and Parents' sections

BAF learning outcome

LO.4 Know how to choose and use current and savings accounts

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Word Hunter

Dossiers:

    • Budgeting - Case Study: University Student
    • Risk - Fraud and Scams
    • Saving and Investing - Account Services
    • Saving and Investing - Ways to Save and Invest

Case studies

Teachers'/Professionals' section

Level 2 (Unit 3) Personal Finance and Financial Studies

BAF learning outcome

LO.1 Know the main types, features and sources of money

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Double Agent

Dossiers:

    • Budgeting - Case Study: Young School Leaver
    • Budgeting - Case Study: Single Unemployed Parent
    • Budgeting - Case Study: University Student
    • Currency - Forms of Money and Payment
    • Documents and Income - Sources of Money

Teachers'/Professionals' and Parents' sections

BAF learning outcome

LO.2 Understand how sources of financial information and advice differ

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Clued Up

Dossier:

    • Documents and Income - Sources of Money

Case studies

Teachers'/Professionals' and Parents' sections

BAF learning outcome

LO.3 Know how to plan and manage personal finances

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimuli - Clued Up and Spy Snaps

Dossiers:

    • Budgeting - Case Study: Young School Leaver
    • Budgeting - Case Study: Single Unemployed Parent
    • Budgeting - Case Study: University Student
    • Budgeting - Financial Planning
    • Budgeting - Government Budgets and the Economy
    • Careers - Wages and Salaries
    • Documents and Income - Record Keeping
    • Saving and Investing - Ways to Save and Invest

Case studies

Teachers'/Professionals' and Parents' sections

BAF learning outcome

LO.4 Understand the main features of common financial products and services

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimuli - Word Hunter and Double Agent

Dossiers:

    • Budgeting - Case Study: University Student
    • Currency - Foreign Currency and Exchange
    • Currency - Forms of Money and Payment
    • Documents and Income - Record Keeping
    • Risk - Insurance
    • Saving and Investing - Account Services
    • Saving and Investing - Ways to Save and Invest

Teachers'/Professionals' and Parents' sections

Level 3 (Unit 3) Personal Finance and Financial Studies

BAF learning outcome

LO.1 Understand how to make the most of personal financial transactions

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimuli - Codebreaker and Double Agent

Dossiers: 

    • Currency - Foreign Currency and Exchange
    • Currency - Forms of Money and Payment
    • Documents and Income - Sources of Money
    • Risk - Insurance
    • Saving and Investing - Account Services

Teachers'/Professionals' and Parents' sections

BAF learning outcome

LO.2 Understand the key influences on personal finance and financial services

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimuli - Double Agent, Spot the Agent and Spy Snaps

Dossiers: 

    • Budgeting - Case Study: Young School Leaver
    • Budgeting - Case Study: Single Unemployed Parent
    • Budgeting - Case Study: University Student
    • Budgeting - Government Budgets and the Economy

Case studies

Teachers'/Professionals' and Parents' sections

BAF learning outcome

LO.3 Understand the relevance and value of sources of financial information and advice

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimulus - Clued Up

Dossier:

    • Documents and Income - Sources of Money

Case studies

Teachers'/Professionals' and Parents' sections

BAF learning outcome

LO.4 Be able to make appropriate personal financial decisions

Related 'Finance World' resources

Game stimuli - All games

Dossiers:

    • Budgeting - Case Study: Young School Leaver
    • Budgeting - Case Study: Single Unemployed Parent
    • Budgeting - Case Study: University Student
    • Budgeting - Financial Planning
    • Budgeting - Staying out of Debt
    • Currency - Forms of Money and Payment
    • Documents and Income - Bills
    • Documents and Income - Sources of Money
    • Risk - Gambling
    • Risk - Insurance
    • Risk - Manageable Debt
    • Saving and Investing - Ways to Save and Invest 

Case studies

Teachers'/Professionals' and Parents' sections

Elements of financial capability

There are elements of financial capability throughout the 16+ curricula; however the 'Finance World' resources link particularly well to the following:

  • A level (GCE)

    • Business Studies
    • Economics
    • Business and Economics
  • BTEC Nationals

    • Personal and Business Finance
  • ASDAN

    • Certificate of Personal Effectiveness (CoPE) Levels 1 and 2
    • Certificate in Career Planning: Levels 1-3
    • Certificate of Personal Effectiveness Level 3
    • Certificate of Personal and Social Development (PSD) Levels 1 and 2
    • Certificate of Personal and Social Development (PSD) E2 and E3
    • Employability: Levels Entry 2 - Level 3
  • Scotland's Curriculum for Excellence

    • Social studies - Society and the economy
    • Numeracy and Mathematics
  • The National Curriculum for Wales (ages 16 -19)

    • Personal and Social Education
    • Careers
    • Mathematics