NCEA Level 3 Personal Financial Capability 301
Teacher in Charge: Mrs L. MacEwan
Personal Financial Capability
This course follows on from PFC201 to develop the ideas in personal finance including investments, house financing, long term goals, Insurance and Kiwi Saver. The aim is to help students manage their own financial situations at University and beyond. The course is unit standard based but students can gain Merit and Excellence grades. A device and a calculator are strongly recommend for this course.
There is a strong need to be able to articulate your thoughts independently both through discussion and in written form.
NOT a UE Approved Subject
Term 1 course looks at Increasing Personal Income and Credit Options
Term 2 is Financial goals, including budgeting and a Personal Investment portfolio
Some standards may continue from Term 2. The Unit Standard to be studied is Purchasing a property
The final Unit Standard is the effects that External Factors have on personal finances.
Recommended Prior Learning
An acceptable level of aptitude towards mathematical studies at Level 2 as judged by the HOD of Mathematics.
Total Credits Available: 25 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 25 credits.