Train-the-Trainer

Train-the-Trainer

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Train-the-Trainer is an intensive, professional-level training led by LSS Financial Counseling experts.

This service specifically caters to direct service employees in human services and anti-poverty programs.

We can tailor each training opportunity to fit your organization’s unique needs.

 

Train-the-Trainer Sessions

Our goal is to empower human service professionals to teach, train and support financial literacy for people in their communities.

This practical and affordable training equips professionals with the expertise and confidence to integrate financial coaching into their current work with clients.

Our training sessions usually last 12 to 14 hours.

 

Schedule a Training

Contact us today to find out how we can partner with you to create a professional and effective training that fits your needs.

Call 888.577.2227 or email FinancialEd@lssmn.org.

 

Who Should Attend

We aim to offer Train-the-Trainer for direct service professionals who:

  • Help individuals build their knowledge of household budgeting.
  • Provide individuals with coaching and tools that support their journey to financial stability.
  • Support the community through economic change.

 

What Participants Say

“These trainings rule over any webinar or video trainings because the trainer brings the curriculum to life with his interactive style and ability to encourage participants to open up. It's the style in which the material is presented that really sets it apart as the best.”
 
“I will talk with my clients more about saving and investing and insurance. I have to admit I didn’t think this type of info was needed for my clients, but I am now on board 100 percent about the notion of the lottery group … I feel the energy to encourage and support low income families to think about, plan, dream and prepare for the future.”
 
“All Four Cornerstones provides the basis of moving from being debt free to having emergency funds to planning and saving for retirement. [I enjoyed the] ‘you-can-do-it’ attitude!”