Following the Malta kick off meeting and the Naples meeting wherein all partners gathered quantitative and qualitative data specific to their country of origin, partners conceptualised the contents for the training tool kit.
All partners focused on the piloting of the project that kicked of following the 3rd meeting held in London in November 2017. The results were discussed in the 4th meeting held in Leeuwarden, The Netherlands at the end of May 2018 so that that partners could improve further on the training tool kit. The piloting was finalised in the summer 2018.
For those seeking to build or enhance a financial education programme, the EU funded INVEST project provides flexible training and resources. The project makes it possible for individuals to have an understanding of financial education in a way that makes a meaningful difference. Materials have been created based on the feedback received from well over 400 participants.