A full-day credit building training for social service practitioners, asset builders, financial educators, and others interested in learning how to help low- and moderate-income individuals build credit and assets.
Join us on January 23rd, 2017 for a one-day interactive credit building training designed to provide practitioners with the basics, best practices, and successful strategies for helping clients build credit, save, and improve their access to employment, housing, and other opportunities.
This training is designed to help practitioners:
- Understand credit building as an essential and viable activity, fundamental to the successful implementation of any financial asset building strategy for low-income and under-served individuals and families;
- Explore tools and develop skills in order to design, implement, and measure credit building programs based on client needs and goals as well as organization missions and capacities; and
- Engage with other training participants and learn best practices in credit education, access to responsible financial products, and measuring and communicating client credit outcomes.
This training includes lunch and parking and is open to any local practitioners interested in learning how to support low- and moderate-income individuals build or rebuild their credit and improve their financial stability.
RSVP by January 16th required for attendance.