Upcoming Events

Upcoming events

    • 09/27/2018
    • 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Virtual Session
    Register


    FPP September 2018 Monthly Virtual Session: 
    Conscious Empathy, Education
    and Breaking Poverty Cycles

    Join Facilitator Stephanie Love of Step Up for Students as she explores how cycles of poverty can be broken through educational opportunities for children with a Conscious Empathy mindset.

    She will share details about the role Conscious Empathy plays in reaching families in poverty so that they are open to being empowered to explore educational opportunities for their children.

    Come explore a new way of thinking for you, and for your clients!  


    • 10/12/2018
    • 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Lee County Department of Human and Veteran Services, 2440 Thompson Street, Fort Myers, FL 33901
    • 30
    Register


    Building Your Facilitation Skills: 
    The "What" and the "How" of Financial Literacy

    Sponsored by Bank OZK

    Fort Myers/Southwest Florida
    Friday, October 12, 2018
    9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

    - Free to all current, active FPP members
    - $29 registration fee for all non-FPP members
    (to assist with lunch costs)
    - Special pricing for Lee County employees

    - Lunch and beverages are included
    - CEUs are available for full engagement in this session!  

    Why should you invest in your professional development for this near full-day workshop?  

    If you are a Financial Capability practitioner, or if you are leading Financial Literacy in any capacity, or even if you ever have to present in front of others in any capacity, you will benefit from further developing your facilitation skills!  

    This immersive, one-of-a-kind workshop focuses on both the “what” and the “how” of Financial Literacy for your optimal effectiveness.

    The “what” is an introduction, reintroduction or reinforcement of existing high-quality (and free!) Financial Literacy content packages currently available to you.  Examples of content packages include FDIC’s Money Smart, the CFPB’s Your Money, Your Goals, the Florida Office of Financial Services/Chief Financial Officer’s Your Money Matters, among others.    

    Come learn directly from the experts on the most recent updates to these content offerings!   

    But the “what” alone is not enough to turn pure learning (Level II) into applied learning (Level III) that leads to sustainable behavior change (Level IV).  To elevate your game, you must grow your skills as a Facilitator!  That is, “how” you share content with others is mission-critical so that it enhances their learning through interactive, immersive, engaging facilitation techniques. 

    FPP will share the “how” of Content Facilitation, leveraging the featured content of the partner.  Some basic learning theory will be introduced, a variety of facilitation tips, tools and techniques will be shared, and the development and use of open-ended questions will be practiced!  Also, select participants who desire to engage in Facilitation skill practice with targeted feedback will be offered during the session.   

    Register today to learn and grow with your peers and the experts!  


    • 10/19/2018
    • 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    • United Way of Escambia County, 1301 W. Government St., Pensacola, FL 32502
    • 36
    Register


    Building Your Facilitation Skills: 
    The "What" and the "How" of Financial Literacy

    Pensacola/Panhandle
    Friday, October 19, 2018
    9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

    - Free to all current, active FPP members
    - $29 registration fee for all non-FPP members
    (to assist with lunch costs)
    - Special pricing for all EscaRosa Financial Stability Coalition affiliates

    - Lunch and beverages are included
    - CEUs are available for full engagement in this session!  

    Why should you invest in your professional development for this near full-day workshop?  

    If you are a Financial Capability practitioner, or if you are leading Financial Literacy in any capacity, or even if you ever have to present in front of others in any capacity, you will benefit from further developing your facilitation skills!  

    This immersive, one-of-a-kind workshop focuses on both the “what” and the “how” of Financial Literacy for your optimal effectiveness.

    The “what” is an introduction, reintroduction or reinforcement of existing high-quality (and free!) Financial Literacy content packages currently available to you.  Examples of content packages include FDIC’s Money Smart, the CFPB’s Your Money, Your Goals, the Florida Office of Financial Services/Chief Financial Officer’s Your Money Matters, among others.    

    Come learn directly from the experts on the most recent updates to these content offerings!   

    But the “what” alone is not enough to turn pure learning (Level II) into applied learning (Level III) that leads to sustainable behavior change (Level IV).  To elevate your game, you must grow your skills as a Facilitator!  That is, “how” you share content with others is mission-critical so that it enhances their learning through interactive, immersive, engaging facilitation techniques. 

    FPP will share the “how” of Content Facilitation, leveraging the featured content of the partner.  Some basic learning theory will be introduced, a variety of facilitation tips, tools and techniques will be shared, and the development and use of open-ended questions will be practiced!  Also, select participants who desire to engage in Facilitation skill practice with targeted feedback will be offered during the session.   

    Register today to learn and grow with your peers and the experts!  


    • 10/23/2018
    • 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida, 411 Mercy Drive, Orlando, FL 32805
    • 118
    Register


    Florida Statewide Asset-Building Coalition Sustainability Convening

    Taking All Floridians In To “Account”:
    Creating and Sustaining Banking Relationships 
    In Every Florida Community

    According to the FDIC's 2015 Un- and Underbanked Household Survey, nearly 25% of Florida’s households are un- and underbanked!  Access to safe, affordable transaction accounts is vital to ensuring individuals successfully filter into the banking mainstream.

    Come engage in a “safe space” to share open and candid dialogue about the current and future state of, and how to best sustain Asset-Building Coalitions/Bank Ons in Florida! 

    Provide and gather insight on how we can collectively elevate Account Access for all Floridians! 

    Be an active part of creating and strengthening the support system to sustain vibrant, productive banking relationships in your, and every Florida community! 

    Join the FDIC and Florida Prosperity Partnership as efforts continue to strengthen the local/regional commitment through:  

    • Exploring national/local campaigns promoting safe and affordable account access
    • Discussing meaningful approaches to starting and sustaining Prosperity Campaigns
    • Identifying best practices from newly formed and active Florida Prosperity coalitions
    • Promoting appropriate bank products designed to foster economic inclusion
    • Highlighting programs and resources supporting Florida Prosperity/Bank On coalitions

    Looking forward to your participation and a robust dialogue with bank representatives, financial capability practitioners, community/business leaders, and other stakeholders.

    When:                  

    Tuesday, October 23, 2018
    9:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.                   Registration Opens
    10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.                   Interactive Program

    Where:                 

    Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida
    411 Mercy Drive
    Orlando, FL  32805

    Who:                     

    This statewide event will convene . . .

    - All Financial Stability, Prosperity Campaign and Bank On coalition leaders and partners

    - All financial institution leaders and CRA leaders/influencers serving in Florida

    - All Financial Capability practitioners and community leaders seeking to start, sustain or strengthen their local/regional coalition to better serve all members of their communities

    - Business and community leaders who desire to walk alongside a Financial Stability/Bank On coalition

    - Partners from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) will also be present to share insights 

    Why:                     

    Discussion and knowledge-sharing topics on the agenda include . . .

    - Opportunities and Inhibitors to starting and sustaining Prosperity Campaigns

    - Model Practices from newly formed and active Florida Prosperity Coalitions

    - A Panel Discussion of programs and resources to support Florida Prosperity/Bank On Coalitions 

    - Sample Bank Products designed to foster Prosperity in Florida communities

    - Exploring what it takes to Sustain Prosperity Campaigns/Bank On coalitions across all of Florida

    - Determine next steps for community, financial institution and coalition leaders to start, sustain and
    strengthen Prosperity Campaigns throughout Florida

    Registration:      

    Registration available by visiting www.FloridaProsperityPartnership.org/Upcoming-Events

    Questions:          

    Please contact FPP@FloridaProsperityPartnership.org with any questions regarding this event! 

    • 10/24/2018
    • 9:30 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Heart of Florida United Way, 1940 Traylor Blvd., Orlando, FL 32804
    • 30
    Register

    Preparing for VITA Volunteer Certification 2018-2019: 
    Enhancing Your Knowledge and Skills as a VITA Trainer

    The Florida Taxpayer Opportunity Network (FL TON), powered by Florida Prosperity Partnership, is pleased to convene every VITA Trainer from across the state of Florida who leads VITA Volunteer Certification Prep Sessions to share model practices and VITA(L) [see what we did there?] information to help you be as prepared as you can be for the fast-approaching 2018-2019 tax season!

    This session will include guidance from experts from Prosperity NOW on the latest in tax form and policy developments since last year, as well as a hands-on opportunity to learn techniques (and share your own!) to make the VITA Volunteer Certification Prep Sessions you lead as interactive, immersive and engaging as they possibly can be!

    Facilitated by Barry Altland of FPP,  a 20+ year experienced Learning and Organizational Development professional who has logged thousands of hours leading learning of many varied types, including VITA Certification!  

    Come learn and share with your peers so you are ready to do your best for the amazing VITA volunteers who serve your communities!  

    Lunch is included in the one-day event!  

    • 10/25/2018
    • 9:30 AM - 3:00 PM
    • TBD - Broward County
    • 29
    Register

    Preparing for VITA Volunteer Certification 2018-2019: 
    Enhancing Your Knowledge and Skills as a VITA Trainer

    The Florida Taxpayer Opportunity Network (FL TON), powered by Florida Prosperity Partnership, is pleased to convene every VITA Trainer from across the state of Florida who leads VITA Volunteer Certification Prep Sessions to share model practices and VITA(L) [see what we did there?] information to help you be as prepared as you can be for the fast-approaching 2018-2019 tax season!

    This session will include guidance from experts from Prosperity NOW on the latest in tax form and policy developments since last year, as well as a hands-on opportunity to learn techniques (and share your own!) to make the VITA Volunteer Certification Prep Sessions you lead as interactive, immersive and engaging as they possibly can be!

    Facilitated by Barry Altland of FPP,  a 20+ year experienced Learning and Organizational Development professional who has logged thousands of hours leading learning of many varied types, including VITA Certification!  

    Come learn and share with your peers so you are ready to do your best for the amazing VITA volunteers who serve your communities!  

    Lunch is included in the one-day event!  

    • 10/26/2018
    • 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    • South Florida State College, 600 W. College Drive, Avon Park, FL 33825, Green Room, Alan Jay Wildstein Center for the Performing Arts
    • 29
    Register


    Building Your Facilitation Skills: 
    The "What" and the "How" of Financial Literacy

    Sponsored by Wells Fargo

    Avon Park/Highlands County/South Central Florida
    Friday, October 26, 2018
    9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

    - Free to all current, active FPP members
    - $29 registration fee for all non-FPP members
    (to assist with lunch costs)
    - Special pricing for South Florida State College employees

    - Lunch and beverages are included
    - CEUs are available for full engagement in this session!  

    Why should you invest in your professional development for this near full-day workshop?  

    If you are a Financial Capability practitioner, or if you are leading Financial Literacy in any capacity, or even if you ever have to present in front of others in any capacity, you will benefit from further developing your facilitation skills!  

    This immersive, one-of-a-kind workshop focuses on both the “what” and the “how” of Financial Literacy for your optimal effectiveness.

    The “what” is an introduction, reintroduction or reinforcement of existing high-quality (and free!) Financial Literacy content packages currently available to you.  Examples of content packages include FDIC’s Money Smart, the CFPB’s Your Money, Your Goals, the Florida Office of Financial Services/Chief Financial Officer’s Your Money Matters, among others.    

    Come learn directly from the experts on the most recent updates to these content offerings!   

    But the “what” alone is not enough to turn pure learning (Level II) into applied learning (Level III) that leads to sustainable behavior change (Level IV).  To elevate your game, you must grow your skills as a Facilitator!  That is, “how” you share content with others is mission-critical so that it enhances their learning through interactive, immersive, engaging facilitation techniques. 

    FPP will share the “how” of Content Facilitation, leveraging the featured content of the partner.  Some basic learning theory will be introduced, a variety of facilitation tips, tools and techniques will be shared, and the development and use of open-ended questions will be practiced!  Also, select participants who desire to engage in Facilitation skill practice with targeted feedback will be offered during the session.   

    Register today to learn and grow with your peers and the experts!  


    • 10/30/2018
    • 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Virtual Session
    Register


    FPP October 2018 Monthly Virtual Session: 
    Serving Your Clients with WRAP® for Finances

    Tuesday, October 30, 2018
    2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Eastern

    Learn how to help others achieve their financial goals by recognizing, understanding, and applying action plans to their financial triggers and early warning signs.  Learn how to help your clients build action plans and use them effectively to move from financial crisis to stability, and onward to security, well-being and prosperity!

    Virtual Session Leader Cheryl Molyneaux is a Copeland Center-certified Advanced Level WRAP® Facilitator who has been sharing the concepts of WRAP® for managing various life issues since 2015.


    • 10/31/2018
    • 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Suncoast Credit Union, 6801 East Hillsborough Ave., Building B, Tampa, Florida 33610
    • 33
    Register


    Building Your Facilitation Skills: 
    The "What" and the "How" of Financial Literacy

    Sponsored by Seacoast Credit Union and Bank OZK

    Tampa/West Central Florida
    Wednesday, October 31, 2018
    9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

    - Free to all current, active FPP members
    - Free to all team members of Suncoast Credit Union
    - $29 registration fee for all non-FPP members
    (to assist with lunch costs)

    - Lunch and beverages are included
    - CEUs are available for full engagement in this session!  

    Why should you invest in your professional development for this near full-day workshop?  

    If you are a Financial Capability practitioner, or if you are leading Financial Literacy in any capacity, or even if you ever have to present in front of others in any capacity, you will benefit from further developing your facilitation skills!  

    This immersive, one-of-a-kind workshop focuses on both the “what” and the “how” of Financial Literacy for your optimal effectiveness.

    The “what” is an introduction, reintroduction or reinforcement of existing high-quality (and free!) Financial Literacy content packages currently available to you.  Examples of content packages include FDIC’s Money Smart, the CFPB’s Your Money, Your Goals, the Florida Office of Financial Services/Chief Financial Officer’s Your Money Matters, among others.    

    Come learn directly from the experts on the most recent updates to these content offerings!   

    But the “what” alone is not enough to turn pure learning (Level II) into applied learning (Level III) that leads to sustainable behavior change (Level IV).  To elevate your game, you must grow your skills as a Facilitator!  That is, “how” you share content with others is mission-critical so that it enhances their learning through interactive, immersive, engaging facilitation techniques. 

    FPP will share the “how” of Content Facilitation, leveraging the featured content of the partner.  Some basic learning theory will be introduced, a variety of facilitation tips, tools and techniques will be shared, and the development and use of open-ended questions will be practiced!  Also, select participants who desire to engage in Facilitation skill practice with targeted feedback will be offered during the session.   

    Register today to learn and grow with your peers and the experts!  


    • 11/07/2018
    • 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Parker Street Ministries, 719 N. Massachusetts Ave., Lakeland, FL 33801
    • 21
    Register


    Building Your Facilitation Skills: 
    The "What" and the "How" of Financial Literacy

    Sponsored by Bank OZK

    Lakeland/South Central Florida
    Wednesday, November 7, 2018
    9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

    - Free to all current, active FPP members
    - $29 registration fee for all non-FPP members
    (to assist with lunch costs)
    - Special pricing for those affiliated with Parker Street Ministries and the United Way of Central Florida 

    - Lunch and beverages are included
    - CEUs are available for full engagement in this session!  

    Why should you invest in your professional development for this near full-day workshop?  

    If you are a Financial Capability practitioner, or if you are leading Financial Literacy in any capacity, or even if you ever have to present in front of others in any capacity, you will benefit from further developing your facilitation skills!  

    This immersive, one-of-a-kind workshop focuses on both the “what” and the “how” of Financial Literacy for your optimal effectiveness.

    The “what” is an introduction, reintroduction or reinforcement of existing high-quality (and free!) Financial Literacy content packages currently available to you.  Examples of content packages include FDIC’s Money Smart, the CFPB’s Your Money, Your Goals, the Florida Office of Financial Services/Chief Financial Officer’s Your Money Matters, among others.    

    Come learn directly from the experts on the most recent updates to these content offerings!   

    But the “what” alone is not enough to turn pure learning (Level II) into applied learning (Level III) that leads to sustainable behavior change (Level IV).  To elevate your game, you must grow your skills as a Facilitator!  That is, “how” you share content with others is mission-critical so that it enhances their learning through interactive, immersive, engaging facilitation techniques. 

    FPP will share the “how” of Content Facilitation, leveraging the featured content of the partner.  Some basic learning theory will be introduced, a variety of facilitation tips, tools and techniques will be shared, and the development and use of open-ended questions will be practiced!  Also, select participants who desire to engage in Facilitation skill practice with targeted feedback will be offered during the session.   

    Register today to learn and grow with your peers and the experts!  


    • 11/09/2018
    • 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Branches, Inc., Lakeview Location, 11500 NW 12th Ave., Miami, FL 33168
    • 29
    Register


    Building Your Facilitation Skills: 
    The "What" and the "How" of Financial Literacy

    Sponsored by Bank OZK

    Miami/Southeast Florida
    Friday, November 9, 2018
    8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

    - Free to all current, active FPP members
    - $29 registration fee for all non-FPP members
    (to assist with lunch costs)

    - Lunch and beverages are included
    - CEUs are available for full engagement in this session!  

    Why should you invest in your professional development for this near full-day workshop?  

    If you are a Financial Capability practitioner, or if you are leading Financial Literacy in any capacity, or even if you ever have to present in front of others in any capacity, you will benefit from further developing your facilitation skills!  

    This immersive, one-of-a-kind workshop focuses on both the “what” and the “how” of Financial Literacy for your optimal effectiveness.

    The “what” is an introduction, reintroduction or reinforcement of existing high-quality (and free!) Financial Literacy content packages currently available to you.  Examples of content packages include FDIC’s Money Smart, the CFPB’s Your Money, Your Goals, the Florida Office of Financial Services/Chief Financial Officer’s Your Money Matters, among others.    

    Come learn directly from the experts on the most recent updates to these content offerings!   

    But the “what” alone is not enough to turn pure learning (Level II) into applied learning (Level III) that leads to sustainable behavior change (Level IV).  To elevate your game, you must grow your skills as a Facilitator!  That is, “how” you share content with others is mission-critical so that it enhances their learning through interactive, immersive, engaging facilitation techniques. 

    FPP will share the “how” of Content Facilitation, leveraging the featured content of the partner.  Some basic learning theory will be introduced, a variety of facilitation tips, tools and techniques will be shared, and the development and use of open-ended questions will be practiced!  Also, select participants who desire to engage in Facilitation skill practice with targeted feedback will be offered during the session.   

    Register today to learn and grow with your peers and the experts!  


    • 11/16/2018
    • 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Virtual Session
    Register


    FPP/Florida Taxpayer Opportunity Network (FL TON)
    November 2018 Monthly Virtual Session:  
    Understanding ABLE Accounts and How They May Benefit Those You Serve

    Learn how ABLE accounts allow qualified individuals with disabilities to save money without jeopardizing needed benefits and how to help those you serve to integrate ABLE accounts into their financial planning to support increased financial self-sufficiency and “Achieve a Better Life Experience”.

    Join presenter Miranda Kennedy, M.P.P., Co-Director of the ABLE National Resource Center as she walks us through the ins and outs of ABLE accounts, including the benefits, resources and supports available to individuals with disabilities to determine eligibility, what the funds can be used for and how to enroll in an ABLE program.


    • 11/27/2018
    • 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Wells Fargo Historic Springfield Community Learning Center, 1601 North Main Street, 2nd Floor, Jacksonville, FL 32206
    • 34
    Register


    Building Your Facilitation Skills: 
    The "What" and the "How" of Financial Literacy

    Sponsored by TIAA Bank (formerly Everbank)

    Jacksonville/Northeast Florida
    Tuesday, November 27, 2018
    9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

    - Free to all current, active FPP members
    - $29 registration fee for all non-FPP members
    (to assist with lunch costs)
    - Special pricing for Wealth Watchers, Inc. affiliates, in gratitude for their assistance in planning this event

    - Lunch and beverages are included
    - CEUs are available for full engagement in this session!  

    Why should you invest in your professional development for this near full-day workshop?  

    If you are a Financial Capability practitioner, or if you are leading Financial Literacy in any capacity, or even if you ever have to present in front of others in any capacity, you will benefit from further developing your facilitation skills!  

    This immersive, one-of-a-kind workshop focuses on both the “what” and the “how” of Financial Literacy for your optimal effectiveness.

    The “what” is an introduction, reintroduction or reinforcement of existing high-quality (and free!) Financial Literacy content packages currently available to you.  Examples of content packages include FDIC’s Money Smart, the CFPB’s Your Money, Your Goals, the Florida Office of Financial Services/Chief Financial Officer’s Your Money Matters, among others.    

    Come learn directly from the experts on the most recent updates to these content offerings!   

    But the “what” alone is not enough to turn pure learning (Level II) into applied learning (Level III) that leads to sustainable behavior change (Level IV).  To elevate your game, you must grow your skills as a Facilitator!  That is, “how” you share content with others is mission-critical so that it enhances their learning through interactive, immersive, engaging facilitation techniques. 

    FPP will share the “how” of Content Facilitation, leveraging the featured content of the partner.  Some basic learning theory will be introduced, a variety of facilitation tips, tools and techniques will be shared, and the development and use of open-ended questions will be practiced!  Also, select participants who desire to engage in Facilitation skill practice with targeted feedback will be offered during the session.   

    Register today to learn and grow with your peers and the experts!  


    • 11/29/2018
    • 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    • United Way of Volusia/Flagler Counties, 3747 West International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach, FL 32124
    • 27
    Register


    Building Your Facilitation Skills: 
    The "What" and the "How" of Financial Literacy

    in partnership with United Way of Volusia/Flagler Counties

    Daytona Beach/Volusia County/East Central Florida
    Thursday, November 29, 2018
    9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

    - Free to all current, active FPP members
    - $29 registration fee for all non-FPP members
    (to assist with lunch costs)
    - Special pricing for United Way Financial Stability Coalition Affiliates

    - Lunch and beverages are included
    - CEUs are available for full engagement in this session!  

    Why should you invest in your professional development for this near full-day workshop?  

    If you are a Financial Capability practitioner, or if you are leading Financial Literacy in any capacity, or even if you ever have to present in front of others in any capacity, you will benefit from further developing your facilitation skills!  

    This immersive, one-of-a-kind workshop focuses on both the “what” and the “how” of Financial Literacy for your optimal effectiveness.

    The “what” is an introduction, reintroduction or reinforcement of existing high-quality (and free!) Financial Literacy content packages currently available to you.  Examples of content packages include FDIC’s Money Smart, the CFPB’s Your Money, Your Goals, the Florida Office of Financial Services/Chief Financial Officer’s Your Money Matters, among others.    

    Come learn directly from the experts on the most recent updates to these content offerings!   

    But the “what” alone is not enough to turn pure learning (Level II) into applied learning (Level III) that leads to sustainable behavior change (Level IV).  To elevate your game, you must grow your skills as a Facilitator!  That is, “how” you share content with others is mission-critical so that it enhances their learning through interactive, immersive, engaging facilitation techniques. 

    FPP will share the “how” of Content Facilitation, leveraging the featured content of the partner.  Some basic learning theory will be introduced, a variety of facilitation tips, tools and techniques will be shared, and the development and use of open-ended questions will be practiced!  Also, select participants who desire to engage in Facilitation skill practice with targeted feedback will be offered during the session.   

    Register today to learn and grow with your peers and the experts!  


    • 11/30/2018
    • 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Seaside Bank, 201 S. Orange Ave, Orlando, FL 32801 (parking garage is in the rear of the building); Seaside Institute, 8th floor
    • 34
    Register


    Building Your Facilitation Skills: 
    The "What" and the "How" of Financial Literacy

    Sponsored by Seaside Bank

    Orlando/Central Florida
    Friday, November 30, 2018
    9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

    - Free to all current, active FPP members
    - $29 registration fee for all non-FPP members
    (to assist with lunch costs)
    - Free for Seaside Bank employees

    - Lunch and beverages are included
    - CEUs are available for full engagement in this session!  

    Why should you invest in your professional development for this near full-day workshop?  

    If you are a Financial Capability practitioner, or if you are leading Financial Literacy in any capacity, or even if you ever have to present in front of others in any capacity, you will benefit from further developing your facilitation skills!  

    This immersive, one-of-a-kind workshop focuses on both the “what” and the “how” of Financial Literacy for your optimal effectiveness.

    The “what” is an introduction, reintroduction or reinforcement of existing high-quality (and free!) Financial Literacy content packages currently available to you.  Examples of content packages include FDIC’s Money Smart, the CFPB’s Your Money, Your Goals, the Florida Office of Financial Services/Chief Financial Officer’s Your Money Matters, among others.    

    Come learn directly from the experts on the most recent updates to these content offerings!   

    But the “what” alone is not enough to turn pure learning (Level II) into applied learning (Level III) that leads to sustainable behavior change (Level IV).  To elevate your game, you must grow your skills as a Facilitator!  That is, “how” you share content with others is mission-critical so that it enhances their learning through interactive, immersive, engaging facilitation techniques. 

    FPP will share the “how” of Content Facilitation, leveraging the featured content of the partner.  Some basic learning theory will be introduced, a variety of facilitation tips, tools and techniques will be shared, and the development and use of open-ended questions will be practiced!  Also, select participants who desire to engage in Facilitation skill practice with targeted feedback will be offered during the session.   

    Register today to learn and grow with your peers and the experts!