Course Code: C0039-S2-OL
Course 2 in this series presents the next stage of development in learning not just how you are with your personal finances but how to further build a solid and clear foundation that can truly begin to support you and the many aspects in your life that it impacts such as your health, relationships, communities etc.
This course will study further what gets in the way of developing a personal financial program and how this can can impact on our relationship with money. It will also explore how money is viewed, dealt with and understood in the community. Course 2 will begin to unpack many of the perceived issues that people say stops them from commencing or committing to a financial program, such as anxiety or a lack of confidence.
This course will also teach students about using and working with a financial program tool – presenting some of the options, systems or programs available for you to create a financial program and then breaking these down to understand how to keep it simple.
The course will explore:
- Were you ever taught how to handle, use or manage money?
- What have you learned and actively engaged since Part 1 of the Course?
- What did you discover worked and did not? Why?
- Was there anything that got in the way? If so, what?
- What are you appreciating and enjoying with a different understanding, engagement and relationship with your finances?
The Course consists of 3 pre-recorded video presentations with a run-time of 2.2 hours in total.
Please note Course 1 must have been attended and completed either in person or online prior to attending Course 2.
Open to everyone.
Duration: 3 Video Presentations at approx. 2.2 hours in total
Delivery Modes: Online
Cost: AUD $40
This Course is presented and facilitated by:
Deborah has worked in the business and finance sectors throughout the region for the past 18 years through her own business as well as in an employed capacity. During this period, she has offered and supported businesses with her extensive experience in the many facets of financial and business services to Small businesses, National and International Companies as their CFO as well as Not for Profit Organisations. Deborah’s formal qualifications include Diplomas in Business, Leadership & Management; Cert IV in Training & Assessment; Cert IV in Accounting. She is a JP, a registered BAS agent and Practicing Member of the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers. In recognition of her outstanding contribution to the community, Deborah was awarded the NSW Government Community Services Award by the NSW Premier in 2017. Deborah continues to be an active member and advocate for many in her local community.
With 30 years in the Business, Accountancy & Finance Industries, Susan Scully has worked within both National and International Companies, held a number of Company Directorship and Management positions, while managing and operating her own and others businesses since 1999. Today she is proprietor of her own Accountancy and Business Consultancy Practice in Brisbane and supports people in developing their businesses, which range across many industries locally, nationally and internationally. She also offers services to support with personal tax and finances. Susan’s philosophy is to make life, business and systems about people first and foremost.
Collectively Susan and Deborah bring with them over 57 years of experience in the Finance and Business Sectors being employed within both National and International companies as well as running their own businesses. In addition supporting and developing many other businesses across a diverse range of industries located locally, nationally and internationally also.
With this extensive portfolio of experience they offer a depth of understanding of what is needed in order to support people to build and further develop strong relationships with their financial foundations whether that be personally or in business.