14 February


The Museum of Saving has started a collaboration project with the Department for Youth Policies and the Universal Civil Service for the dissemination of financial education to young holders of the Youth Card.

Below is the training offer of the Museum of Saving.


Free entry to the Museum of Saving

For all holders of the Youth Card, entry to the Museum of Saving will be free.


A free training course of ten meetings, with the possibility of issuing a certificate

Warm up your muscles: 10-stage marathon to become the protagonist of your financial future


Not an economics course with lectures, but an edutainment initiative that favors interaction and learning through action and involvement: an approach that distinguishes all the activities of the Museum of Saving.

“Warm up your muscles” is a training course designed to provide youngsters with the basic skills necessary to consciously and rationally face economic decisions that will allow them to achieve serenity, economic well-being and their life goals, for themselves and for their families.

The path uses metaphors and references to the sporting world, because the attitude and skills necessary to cultivate our psychophysical well-being are in many ways similar to those needed to take care of our financial well-being.  

It is developed in ten online meetings of one hour each.


How to participate

Participation in the meetings is free with mandatory registration by filling out the form available in the section reserved for Youth Card holders.

At the end of the course it is possible to request a certificate of participation, subject to the minimum attendance of 8 meetings.


Those who complete the training course “Warm up your muscles: 10-stage marathon to become the protagonist of your financial future” will be entitled to a free entry for a friend.


Annual event

All Youth Card holders will be able to participate in a special online event dedicated to Cybersecurity and how to protect themselves from online risks.