Employee Training and Development
Financial Literacy Training Videos
Help your employees get a better understanding of checking and savings accounts, credit history, loans, and more from our Financial Literacy library. Some of your employees may have never received a regular paycheck until they were hired by your company. These previously unbanked individuals could benefit from financial literacy training.
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Why HSI for Financial Literacy Training Courses?
Our Financial Literacy library has the right amount of content for people to more easily grasp credit, loans, and other checking/banking themes.
Learners can understand checking basics such as how to select the right bank account, how to read the fine print of checking agreements, and more. Our library covers the ins and outs of your own credit history and what steps you should take to achieve the best possible score. We also cover the fundamentals of your standard loan and go in-depth on specific loans such as student loans, auto loans, and more to help give you the right amount of information and understanding to a topic that can sometimes feel complex for the average learner.
Additional Financial Literacy Training Topics
Below is a look at even more financial literacy training topics covered in this library:
- Types of credit
- Why we save
- Maximizing your savings
- How to read a credit report
- Identity theft
- Avoiding credit problems
- And much more!
In this course, you’ll learn why checking accounts are important, how they’re helpful, and discover some of the benefits they provide. We’ll also discuss how to choose the right account for you, how to access your account, and understanding the fees associated with your account.
Why We Save
We know that when you deposit money into a savings account, it earns interest, giving you extra money. But how much does it really give you? Enough to matter? That’s what we’ll look at in this course. We’ll also discuss various reasons for saving your money and go over some good ways to do that.
Your Credit History
In this course from our managing credit series, we'll discuss everything that gets included in your credit history, both good and bad, and who collects that data. We’ll go over three different strategies for building your credit history and ensuring that it remains positive.
Understanding Student Loans
In this course, we’ll discuss how scholarships and grants work and how to fill out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA. We’ll go over the four federal loan types, who qualifies, how they’re paid, and what to do if you don’t qualify for federal loans. Lastly, we’ll go over paying back your student loans.