Advisory Service

The Financial Education Advisory Service is our free advice and guidance service for anyone teaching children and young people about money.

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The project
Duration: 
July 2011 to December 2017
Project brief: 
Teachers and other educators can access free advice and guidance on teaching young people about money through the Advisory Service.
The funding
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On the launch of ASKpfeg, Capital One said: “We’re delighted to be continuing our support of ASKpfeg. We believe it’s never too early to start learning about managing your money, and ASKpfeg is providing a vital service by supporting teachers to teach confidently about finances.”

The Financial Education Advisory Service offers free advice and guidance to anyone teaching children and young people about money through a range of channels.  This includes a continuation of  the popular telephone and email-based advice service, and a range of new channels such as social media and online training webinars designed to make accessing advice as easy as possible.

The Advisory Service was set up in advance of the inclusion of financial education in the new National Curriculum for England in September 2014 after years of campaigning. The advice on offer is provided by educational experts and based on the charity’s 14 years’ experience in helping teachers and other practitioners deliver financial education.

Find out more about the service at www.pfeg.org/advisoryservice