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Written: 25 November 2021

Twelve Nambawan Super Officers have completed an intensive Train the Trainer (TOT) workshop in August, which has prepared them to deliver its free Financial Literacy Training (FLT) for Nambawan Super Members.

 The officers were trained by experienced Senior Trainer, David Angalapu Roape of AGORA Education & Training Institute (AETI). AETI is an accredited Registered Training Organization (RTO) with the PNG National Training Council. 

Mr Roape who conducted the training also assisted in developing the core modules for the Financial Literarcy Program.

 Mr Roape thanked the management and Board of NSL for believing and trusting in a small local training company.

  “Nambawan Super Management and Board are committed to supporting Members to achieve their best retirement and reach their golden years with financial security and dignity,” Mr Roape said.

The Financial Literacy Program aims to teach Members skills and behaviours to improve their long-term financial wellbeing, and is much more than an awareness or promotion program for our products.

 There are 5 different Modules under the Nambawan Financial Literacy Training

 Module 1: Taking Charge of Personal Finances

Module 2: NSL Superannuation Products and Services

Module 3: Planning for Retirement

Module 4: Buying your own Home

Module 5: Financial Literacy for Micro Small Medium Business (MSME)

 Employers are also encouraged to include NSL Financial Literacy Training in their annual training calendars and enable their staff to participate in sessions as part of their own training and development program.

 To enquire

Free call 180 1599 or email training@nambawansuper.com.pg and ask to book in for a Financial Literacy Training session

  Read more in our November edition of Nambawan SuperTok newsletter.

 

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