Money Advice Scotland Free Sessions and Webinars

Published: February 28, 2024


Money Advice Scotland (MAS) is running a number of free sessions in March, including:

  • “Student Webinar: Money Management” on Monday 4th March, 10am – 11am
    • The first of MAS’ 3 webinars for students, as part of Student Talk Money Week (STMW) 2024. This session is designed to help students learn more about ways to manage their money, different bank accounts that can help achieve their goals, and how to prepare for a financial shock. There will also be discussion on where to go if attendees are struggling with their finances.
  • “Student Webinar: Savings & Financial Goals” on Tuesday 5th March, 2pm – 3pm
    • The next STMW session focuses on learning more about the reasons people save, and the different types of savings accounts available. MAS will highlight at how these can work to meet short-term, medium-term, and long-term financial goals, along with tips and techniques for making the most of savings.
  • “Student Webinar: Money & Work” on Thursday 7th March, 10am – 11am
    • Looking at the different types of employment and how this will effect students in terms of tax payments. MAS will also discuss what attendees should be looking for on a payslip, as well as deductions from their salary, such as Pensions.
  • “Train the Trainer: An introduction to Financial Wellbeing” on Thursday 7th March (BOOKING LINK), 1:50pm – 4:30pm, and Tuesday 26th March (BOOKING LINK), 9:50am – 12:30pm
    • Exploring the meaning of financial wellbeing, MAS’ updated course considers the foundational elements of financial resilience and the challenges to financial wellbeing, such as economic abuse and digital exclusion. Participants also look at how money guidance and financial education can be approached when working with a client, or in a group setting.
    • This course is free of charge and open to everyone, and has been designed to particularly suit those working in a supportive capacity who would like to gain a better understanding of financial wellbeing, and how to introduce money guidance into their current role.

In addition to the sessions listed above, MAS also runs virtual interactive Financial Wellbeing workshops for people using support service, which cover a range of topics, and can be tailored to any group.

For further information on any of the courses, please book on the relevant booking link above; alternatively, for further information, contact the MAS Financial Capability team by email:

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