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Manage basic personal finance

Manage basic personal finance.


Manage basic personal finance

P&P2FM29

Balancing my books

P&P2FM28

The economy and my money

US:9268Manage basic personal finance

Notional Hours

8

8

4

8

5

3

3

2

40

TF213.69Understanding what the economy is and how it impacts on me

TF213.70Understanding what savings are

TF213.71Understanding why I must manage my own finances

TF213.72Understanding banking

TF213.73Understanding my payslip - What it means

TF213.74Planning my savings

TF213.75Developing a personal budget

TF213.76Managing my budget

Total Notional Hours


Manage basic personal finance

US:9268Manage basic personal finance

Critical Cross-field Outcomes

TF213.69

Understanding what the economy is and how it impacts on me

Identify and solve problems

Work effectively with others

Be able to use a basic pre developed checklist and given current economic information to do a basic analysis of the current state of the economy

Communicate effectively

Organise and manage myself and my activities

Understand the basics of the concept of sustainable development

Understand what NEPAD stands for and how it impacts on the economy

Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information

Understand the implications of not paying tax

Use science and technology effectively and critically

Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems

Understand how tax works and how it benefits the individual

Understand what the economy is and what the basic principles are that apply in our economy

Use mathematics

Learner and societal development


Topic specification

Notional Hours

8

Assignment Description

WHAT

An individual and group exercise of applying understanding of the basic economic fundamentals during a series of personal financial case studies

WHY

To ensure that the learners can link the aspects of business dynamics to personal financial welfare

HOW

  • Individually study the concepts

  • In a group conduct the various case study exercises

  • Provide individual and group feedback

  • Jointly complete the economic checklist

  • Develop an individual action plan for learning more about personal finance

Topic Specification

TF213.69

Understanding what the economy is and how it impacts on me

  • Learning Outcomes

  • On completion of this topic the learner will be able to:

  • Demonstrate understanding of what the economy is and what the basic principles are that apply in our economy;

  • Demonstrate understanding of how tax works and how it benefits the individual;

  • Demonstrate understanding of the implications of not paying tax;

  • Demonstrate understanding of the basics of the concept of sustainable development;

  • Demonstrate understanding of what NEPAD stands for and how it impacts on the economy; and

  • Use a basic pre developed checklist and given current economic information to do a basic analysis of the current state of the economy

  • Assessment Criteria : (The assessor will observe and confirm)

  • Process

  • Understanding of the link between personal finances and the success of the business

  • SHEQ

  • Understanding how the SHEQ principles also apply to your personal financial welfare


Manage basic personal finance

US:9268Manage basic personal finance

Critical Cross-field Outcomes

TF213.70

Understanding what savings are

Identify and solve problems

Work effectively with others

Be able to use an investment checklist to identify good short, medium and long term investments .

Communicate effectively

Organise and manage myself and my activities

Understand the basic types of investment that we get and the benefits and pitfalls of each .

Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information

Understand the value of saving

Use science and technology effectively and critically

Understand the various types of debt that we get

Understand how debt works and what the short, medium and long term implications of debts is

Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems

Understand what inflation is and how it impacts on the economy and the individual

Use mathematics

Learner and societal development


Topic specification1

Notional Hours

8

Assignment Description

WHAT

An individual and group exercise of applying understanding of the concepts of savings, debt and inflation during a series of personal financial case studies

WHY

To ensure that the learners can link the aspects of business dynamics to personal financial welfare

HOW

  • Individually study the concepts;

  • In a group conduct the various case study exercises;

  • Provide individual and group feedback;

  • Individually complete the investment checklist and discuss the pros and cons of the investments during a group session; and

  • Participate in an investment “game” with structured learning and feedback.

Topic Specification

TF213.70

Understanding what savings are

  • Learning Outcomes

  • On completion of this topic the learner will be able to:

  • Demonstrate understanding of what inflation is and how it impacts on the economy and the individual;

  • Demonstrate understanding of how debt works and what the short, medium and long term implications of debts is;

  • Demonstrate understanding of the various types of debt that we get;

  • Demonstrate understanding of the value of saving;

  • Demonstrate understanding of the basic types of investment that we get and the benefits and pitfalls of each; and

  • Use an investment checklist to identify good short, medium and long term investments .

  • Assessment Criteria : (The assessor will observe and confirm)

  • Learners ability to identify good and bad investments and clearly state the critical need for investment and saving.


Manage basic personal finance

US:9268Manage basic personal finance

TF213.71

Understanding why I must manage my own finances

Critical Cross-field Outcomes

Identify and solve problems

Be able to develop a good budgeting checklist and complete this based on current budgeting practices

Work effectively with others

Understand the potential drain of addictive behaviour and gambling on budgeting.

Communicate effectively

Understand the need for a balanced healthy life style and how this must be budged for.

Organise and manage myself and my activities

Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information

Understand the dynamics of medical cost and the emerging future of medical aid organisations.

Understand the changing life style needs of the elderly and how this impacts on budgets.

Understand the changing cost of education and how this impacts on budgets.

Use science and technology effectively and critically

Be able to calculate the compound interest on savings and debt over time

Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems

Understand how time impacts on savings and the cost of debt.

Understand the concept of short interval control

Use mathematics

Learner and societal development


Topic specification2

Notional Hours

4

Topic Specification

TF213.71

Understanding why I must manage my own finances

Assignment Description

  • Learning Outcomes

  • On completion of this topic the learner will be able to:

  • Demonstrate understanding of the concept of short interval control;

  • Demonstrateunderstanding of how time impacts on savings and the cost of debt;

  • Calculate the compound interest on savings and debt over time;

  • Demonstrateunderstanding of the dynamics of medical cost and the emerging future of medical aid organisations;

  • Demonstrateunderstanding of the changing life style needs of the elderly and how this impacts on budgets;

  • Demonstrateunderstanding of the changing cost of education and how this impacts on budgets;

  • Demonstrateunderstanding of the need for a balanced healthy life style and how this must be budged for;

  • Demonstrateunderstanding of the potential drain of addictive behaviour and gambling on budgeting; and

  • Develop a good budgeting checklist and complete this based on current budgeting practices.

WHAT

An individual and group exercise of applying understanding of the budgeting and budget control in a series of personal financial case studies

WHY

To ensure that the learners can link the aspects of business dynamics to personal financial welfare

HOW

  • Individually study the concepts;

  • In a group conduct the various case study exercises and debate the various concepts;

  • Provide individual and group feedback;

  • Develop an individual action plan for learning more about personal finance; and

  • Individually develop a budgeting checklist and present it to the group for feedback and comments.

  • Assessment Criteria : (The assessor will observe and confirm)

  • Understanding of the long term importance of budgeting for personal finance; and

  • Understanding that the same budgeting principles apply to businesses.


Manage basic personal finance

US:9268Manage basic personal finance

Critical Cross-field Outcomes

Identify and solve problems

TF213.72

Understanding banking

Work effectively with others

Be able to develop a checklist of criteria for the ideal banking service to meet the individual learners needs.

Communicate effectively

Organise and manage myself and my activities

Understand the long term benefits of having and responsibly operating a bank account

Understand the security issues and potential pitfalls of operating various banking services

Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information

Use science and technology effectively and critically

Be able to complete application forms for opening a bank account

Be able to access banking services electronically

Be able to operate an ATM

Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems

Understand the difference between the various bank accounts

Understand the basic services that banks provide

Use mathematics

Understand the basic history of banking and how banks are evolving

Learner and societal development


Topic specification3

Notional Hours

8

Assignment Description

WHAT

An individual and group exercise of studying the banking history and collecting information regarding banking services that are then discussed in a group where a checklist is developed.

To ensure that learners develop a clear understanding of the relevant issues related to banking so that they can make informed decisions when accessing these services.

WHY

HOW

  • Individually study the banking history;

  • In a group discuss banking services and develop a set of questions that need to be answered;

  • In small groups visit banking institutions to collect relevant information and application forms for different services;

  • Individually interview people who have had bank accounts for a long time to learn from their experiences;

  • Jointly develop the checklist for selecting banking services; and

  • Individually access electronic banking.

Topic Specification

TF213.72

Understanding banking

  • Learning Outcomes

  • On completion of this topic the learner will be able to:

  • Demonstrate understanding of the basic history of banking and how banks are evolving;

  • Demonstrateunderstanding of the difference between the various bank accounts;

  • Demonstrateunderstanding of the basic services that banks provide;

  • Operate an ATM;

  • Complete application forms for opening a bank account;

  • Access banking services electronically;

  • Demonstrateunderstanding of the long term benefits of having and responsibly operating a bank account;

  • Demonstrateunderstanding of the security issues and potential pitfalls of operating various banking services; and

  • Develop a checklist of criteria for the ideal banking service to meet the individual learners needs.

  • Assessment Criteria : (The assessor will observe and confirm)

  • The ability of learners to make informed choices regarding the available banking services


Manage basic personal finance

US:9268Manage basic personal finance

Critical Cross-field Outcomes

TF213.73

Understanding my payslip - What it means

Identify and solve problems

Work effectively with others

Communicate effectively

Be able to read and interpret your own pay slip

Organise and manage myself and my activities

Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information

Understand the details of your personal employment contract

Use science and technology effectively and critically

Understand the fundamental requirements of the basic conditions of employment legislation

Understand the fundamental agreements reached in your company regarding basic conditions of service

Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems

Understand the purpose and legal requirements regarding payslips

Use mathematics

Learner and societal development


Topic specification4

Notional Hours

5

Assignment Description

WHAT

A group exercise of attending lectures and work sessions on the legislation and agreements and an individual exercise of working through the specific employment contract and studying pay slips.

To ensure that the learners understands the dynamics of conditions of employment and how this is recorded and reflected in pay slips.

WHY

HOW

  • Learners attend the joint lectures and work sessions and work through the case exercises;

  • Individuals obtain and study their personal work contracts and discuss this with their organised labour representative; and

  • Individual learners study their pay slips and work out various scenarios regarding deductions and overtime.

Topic Specification

TF213.73

Understanding my payslip - What it means

  • Learning Outcomes

  • On completion of this topic the learner will be able to:

  • Demonstrate understanding of the purpose and legal requirements regarding payslips;

  • Demonstrateunderstanding of the fundamental requirements of the basic conditions of employment legislation;

  • Demonstrateunderstanding of the fundamental agreements reached in your company regarding basic conditions of service;

  • Demonstrateunderstanding of the details of your personal employment contract; and

  • Read and interpret your own pay slip.

  • Assessment Criteria : (The assessor will observe and confirm)

  • Learners understanding of their basic conditions of service and how these are reflected in their pay slips; and

  • Learners ability to use the pay slip as a means of managing and controlling the fair implementation of their contracts of service.


Manage basic personal finance

US:9268Manage basic personal finance

Critical Cross-field Outcomes

TF213.74

Planning my savings

Identify and solve problems

Work effectively with others

Be able to advise other learners on developing realistic savings plans

Communicate effectively

Organise and manage myself and my activities

Be able to develop a dynamic and relevant savings plan to suit the specific needs of the individual learner

Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information

Be able to calculate the impact of compound interest on specific savings over time

Use science and technology effectively and critically

Be able to use the investment checklist previously developed to select appropriate investments

Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems

Understand the importance of early planning of savings and investment

Use mathematics

Learner and societal development


Topic specification5

Notional Hours

3

Assignment Description

WHAT

A group exercise of discussing savings and the need to start early and individual exercise of using the previously developed checklist to develop an individulised savings plan.

To ensure that the learners start developing a dynamic and realistic savings strategy.

WHY

HOW

  • Learners attend the group session and modify their checklists;

  • Learners individually use the checklists and a pre developed pro forma planning document to start developing a savings strategy and plan; and

  • Learners present and discuss their plans for comments and positive review.

Topic Specification

TF213.74

Planning my savings

  • Learning Outcomes

  • On completion of this topic the learner will be able to:

  • Demonstrate understanding of the importance of early planning of savings and investment;

  • Use the investment checklist previously developed to select appropriate investments;

  • Calculate the impact of compound interest on specific savings over time;

  • Develop a dynamic and relevant savings plan to suit the specific needs of the individual learner; and

  • Advise other learners on developing realistic savings plans.

  • Assessment Criteria : (The assessor will observe and confirm)

  • Learners ability to develop realistic and relevant savings plans that will help them to achieve the personal financial targets that they have set; and

  • Learners ability to link these savings plans to realistic career aspirations.


Manage basic personal finance

US:9268Manage basic personal finance

Critical Cross-field Outcomes

Identify and solve problems

TF213.75

Developing a personal budget

Work effectively with others

Be able to use a pre developed spreadsheet to plan a basic personal budget based on the requirements and needs developed with key stakeholders. (Include the savings strategy)

Communicate effectively

Organise and manage myself and my activities

Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information

Be able to use good process questions when discussing budget requirements with key stakeholders

Use science and technology effectively and critically

Understand the importance of involving relevant stake holders in the personal budgeting process

Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems

Understand the key principles associated with proper budgeting

Use mathematics

Learner and societal development


Topic specification6

Notional Hours

3

Assignment Description

WHAT

An individual exercise of working through study material, having discussions with key personal stakeholders and developing realistic budgets for presentation using pre prepared spreadsheets.

To ensure that the learners can practically apply the personal budgeting principles.

WHY

HOW

  • Learners individually work through the study material;

  • Learners conduct discussion sessions with key personal stakeholders;

  • Learners develop their budgets and prepare for presentation;

  • Learners present their budgets in small group sessions and receive comments ideas and suggestions to improve.

Topic Specification

TF213.75

Developing a personal budget

  • Learning Outcomes

  • On completion of this topic the learner will be able to:

  • Demonstrate understanding of the key principles associated with proper budgeting;

  • Demonstrate understanding of the importance of involving relevant stake holders in the personal budgeting process;

  • Use good process questions when discussing budget requirements with key stakeholders; and

  • Use a pre developed spreadsheet to plan a basic personal budget based on the requirements and needs developed with key stakeholders.

  • Assessment Criteria : (The assessor will observe and confirm)

  • Learners ability to use all the skills previously learnt to develop a budget that is realistic and related to the individuals personal career and life expectations.


Manage basic personal finance

US:9268Manage basic personal finance

Critical Cross-field Outcomes

Identify and solve problems

TF213.76

Managing my budget

Work effectively with others

Be able to identify the need for corrective action to ensure that budget targets are met.

Communicate effectively

Organise and manage myself and my activities

Be able to develop a basic personal budget management process and system

Collect, analyse, organise and critically evaluate information

Use science and technology effectively and critically

Understand the value of visual management

Demonstrate an understanding of the world as a set of related systems

Understand the need to involve key family stakeholders in the management process

Understand the basic principles of control and budget management

Use mathematics

Learner and societal development


Topic specification7

Notional Hours

2

Assignment Description

WHAT

An individual exercise of working through study material, having discussions with key personal stakeholders and developing realistic budgets controls for presentation using pre prepared spreadsheets.

To ensure that the learners can practically apply the personal budget control principles.

WHY

HOW

  • Learners individually work through the study material;

  • Learners conduct discussion sessions with key personal stakeholders;

  • Learners develop their budget controls and prepare for presentation;

  • Learners present their budgets controls in small group sessions and receive comments ideas and suggestions to improve.

Topic Specification

TF213.76

Managing my budget

  • Learning Outcomes

  • On completion of this topic the learner will be able to:

  • Demonstrate understanding of the basic principles of control and budget management;

  • Demonstrate understanding of the need to involve key family stakeholders in the management process;

  • Demonstrate understanding of the value of visual management;

  • Develop a basic personal budget management process and system; and

  • Identify the need for corrective action to ensure that budget targets are met .

  • Assessment Criteria : (The assessor will observe and confirm)

  • Learners understanding of the budget control principles and their ability to apply these principles to personal budgets and relate them to the controls that are used in the workplace to control business budgets.


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