As Habitat Association, we organize Digital Financial Literacy Training online as part of the I Can Manage My Money Project.
By defining the young generation born and growing up in the digital age as “digital natives”, and those who are later acquainted with the digital world as “digital immigrants”, we aim to raise awareness by enabling the two target groups to use digital financial systems comfortably, learn about the risks, threats and precautions that can be taken during this use.
If you want to manage your financial resources effectively with financial literacy principles, APPLY NOW!
- Today’s Banking
- Development of Technology
- Future Money
- Who are the Digital Nomads/Natives?
- Numerical Data of the Financial World
- Thirty Years of Banking
- Bank Branches in Our House
- Service Channels of the Digital Bank
- Digital System
- Health Guide for the Digital Financial System
- E-commerce, Types and Risks
- Factors Affecting Customer Behavior
- Online Payment Systems
- Online Fraud and Fraud
- Deleting Footprints in a Digital System
- Taking Care When Transacting From ATM and Credit Card
- Continuously Checking Account Statement and Account Balance
- The Laws of the Digital World
- Digital Bureaucracy
- Report of the Digital State
Who can apply?
The training is open to participants of all ages who want to gain knowledge and improve themselves in the field of financial literacy.
What are the training details?
Participation in the online training is free of charge. The link of the training will be sent via SMS to the phone numbers of the participants to which they have applied and will also be shared via e-mail. At the end of the training, participants will be given a certificate of participation.
Training Dates and Duration (Our training is for one day. You can mark the date that suits you on the application form.):
- February 7, 2023 at 16.00
- 16 February 2023 at 16.00
- February 22, 2023 at 14.00
About the project
I Can Manage My Money Project is a financial literacy training program that aims to support individuals across Turkey in understanding financial concepts, budgeting their personal financial resources, and using financial products and services that they may encounter throughout their lives. The project, carried out in partnership with the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), Habitat Association and Visa Turkey, set out in 2009 with the aim of raising awareness of young people on issues such as correct and controlled spending, savings and investment, debt management, financial rights and obligations so that they can create a healthy financial future. Developed with the participation of member banks, the project expanded the financial literacy segment in the following years by including farmers, blue-collar workers, women’s cooperatives and retirees in its target audience.