Training of trainers

ANZ Regional Executive Tessa Price, second left, ANZ chief executive officer Saud Minam, Reserve Bank of Fiji governor Faizul Ariff Ali and RMIT University researcher Marica Tabualevu, third from right, with ANZ staff members during the 2019 Moneyminded Impact Report launch at the ANZ House in Suva on Tuesday, October 08, 2019. Picture: JONACANI LALAKOBAU

A training of trainers workshop will see participants build up on their financial education as part of a wider COVID-19 economic response financial literacy outreach campaign.

About 32 participants will go through the ANZ Bank’s MoneyMinded program and upon completion of the program, assist the Reserve Bank of Fiji in raising greater awareness and education on financial literacy.

RBF’s chief manager financial system development Poasa Werekoro said they were undertaking the workshop in partnership with the UN’s Pacific Financial Inclusion Program, which aligned with their efforts at the RBF to drive the national financial inclusion agenda.

Mr Werekoro said the trainers would be going out to the Western and Northern divisions to provide the training to those severely affected by COVID.

Meanwhile the RBF governor Ariff Ali and ANZ Fiji CEO Saud Minam today signed a memorandum of understanding which will see the RBF facilitate training for the trainers.

The MoneyMinded program was launched in 2010 and since then 22,723 people have gone through the training.

 

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