Economy Class | Financial Literacy Training Program

calendar icon 01 April 2022 — 28 December 2022
calendar icon 10:00 — 18:00
calendar icon Online
Event category: Financial Literacy

Ο κύκλος επιμορφωτικών σεμιναρίων “Μαθήματα Οικονομίας” ολοκληρώθηκε!

Οι εντυπώσεις των συμμετεχουσών

Registrations are now open for the new series of educational seminars “Economy Class”, organized by the non-profit organization Women On Top, with the cooperation of athiNEA and with the funding of Papastratos.

The 9-month training course is aimed at women over 18 years of age and aims to familiarize them with basic principles of financial literacy and develop the skills that will help them manage their financial future with confidence.

Through monthly interactive seminars and intermediate group meetings, participants will be exposed to practical tools and targeted activities and learn to better organize their finances, save sustainably, increase their income and reduce their expenses.

They will also become familiar with the importance of long-term financial planning and the fundamentals of investing, and will explore ways in which they can communicate and negotiate more effectively about financial matters with those around them.

The seminars will be delivered by experienced trainers who have been trained in the fundamentals of the topic by Women On Top and will include valuable material developed by the organization to strengthen women’s financial resilience.

They will take place online one Wednesday every month, until December 2022 and those interested can register until 02/03 for the program at this link. Places are limited and participants will be notified by Friday 04/03.

The design of the training program was based on the findings of a recent research carried out by Women On Top and athiNEA, in collaboration with qed and with the funding of Papastratos. The aim of the research was to investigate whether women in Greece are able to manage their financial present, build their financial independence and make financial decisions that will contribute to the well-being of themselves, their families and our society in the future.

More about the survey here.