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Category 2: Good - The institute has been assessed and received two Confident judgments from NZQA. This means they have good educational performance and good self-assessment capability.
Category 3: Not Yet Confident - The institute has been assessed and recieved a Not Yet Confident judgment from NZQA. This means NZQA is not yet confident in their educational performance or self-assessment capability.
Category 4: Not Confident - The institute has been assessed and recieved a Not Confident judgment from NZQA. This means NZQA is not confident in their educational performance or self-assessment capability.
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Management and Commerce
Banking, Finance and Related Fields
Banking, Finance and Related Fields not elsewhere classified
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The purpose of this qualification is to provide individuals with basic knowledge and skills to make informed financial decisions. It is suitable for individuals who wish to manage their personal finances and have a basic understanding of financial support services.
New Zealand, individuals, and their communities will benefit from an increase in participation in quality financial education and increasing financial literacy. Graduates will have knowledge and skills for managing their personal finances in changing circumstances.
Graduates of this qualification will be able to:
- Recognise own financial behaviours when making personal financial choices with financial agencies.
- Use knowledge of a variety of income sources to identify and include methods and tools to manage personal income.
- Use knowledge of different methods and associated costs of spending and impacts of personal money attitude on spending to make informed spending decisions.
- Manage own debt by recognising the impacts and responsibilities when borrowing money.
- Identify and use tools and strategies to create and protect assets and wealth.
This qualification recognises a range of basic personal financial literacy skills that provide a foundation for further learning in financial capabilities and/or for any area of employment that requires the application of such skills.
On completion of this qualification graduates may progress on to the New Zealand Certificate in Personal Financial Capability and Financial Services (Level 3) [Ref: 2249].
Graduates of this qualification will be prepared for entry into a variety of New Zealand employment that requires foundation financial literacy skills.
Information in this section is provided by Tertiary Education Commission and s updated on a regular basis. If this information is incorrect, please contact TEC to update it. Information below only relates to Domestic Students.
Total Enrolments for New Zealand Certificate in Personal Financial Capability for 2015: 29, 2016: 140, and 2017: 507