The Museum of Saving, in collaboration with RIDAP, is offering a cycle of three webinars on financial education and economic citizenship, aimed at CPIA teachers and school administrators, in January and February 2023.
With the participation of an expert, each meeting will focus on a theme of education for economic citizenship. A related educational opportunity will be presented for CPIA students, which can be booked after the end of the cycle.
The objective of the three meetings will be to make participants aware of the issues of personal/family budget management; basic elements of entrepreneurship; secure online shopping and the basics of cybersecurity.
Appointments “MoS – RIDAP Cycle”
Tuesday 17 January, 3.00 pm
Saving and Planning
The first meeting will focus on how to manage your budget serenely, how you can save money and why it is important to do so, what it means to set goals and to plan, how to control income and expenses and reduce superfluous expenses to achieve your economic goals.
How to participate: participation is free with mandatory registration at the link https://bit.ly/CicloRIDAP-MdR_1701
Tuesday 24 January, 3.00 pm
The second meeting will reflect on how to stimulate the culture of entrepreneurship, with particular attention to migrant entrepreneurship. A specific program to support the development of young entrepreneurial ideas and a successful case will be presented, as well as a laboratory module to discover which characteristics an entrepreneur should develop.
How to participate: participation is free with mandatory registration at the link https://bit.ly/CicloRIDAP-MdR_2401
Tuesday 21 February, 3.00 pm
IT security and digital culture
The third meeting of the cycle is dedicated to the topic of online fraud and scam prevention and the tools available for raising the awareness of CPIA students. Together with a cybersecurity expert, we’ll look at the main online risks and how to protect yourself.
How to participate: participation is free with mandatory registration at the link https://bit.ly/CicloRIDAP-MdR_2102