CAP MONEY COURSE
3 Tuesdays starting 31 March 2020
The Spring CAP Money Course will run in Chipping Campden Library from 7 pm until 9.30 pm for 3 Tuesday evenings as follows:
- March 31st
- April 14th
- April 21st
The course is open to anyone who wants to take control of their finances and make better use of their resources.
Not sure if it is for you?
Ask yourself 3 questions:-
i) Does your money control you or do you control it?
ii) Do you sometimes struggle to do all the things you’d like to do?
iii) Would you like to make your income go further?
Unless you are terribly rich, I guess the answer to at least one of the above is YES
In which case you need to learn the tricks about making money work for you from the Money Course (sponsored by Campden Baptist Church).
The course runs for 3 Tuesday evenings in a small group at Chipping Campden Library from 1900 to 2130 and is part of the CAP (Christians Against Poverty) system.
The next course runs on March 31st, April 14th and April 21st and has NO CHARGE. However, you do need to commit to all 3 sessions if you want to get the best out of it.
On the course, we’ll look at (discretely without sharing with other delegates)
i) Where you are right now and where you’d like to be in the future
ii) Your incomings and outgoings
iii) Improving incomings and reducing outgoings
iv) Running a tight budget to make your money go further
v) Dealing with debts (if you have any!)
The course is run by Martin Pleasance, an experienced trainer and retired Chartered Accountant, and you will get access to One2One sessions if required. If you have debt problems, then you will also be eligible for help from the CAP Team too.
So far, we have helped lots of people in and around Campden – you’d be very welcome to be the next.
Please either contact Martin on 07966 159037 or by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or download the forms above.