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Financial Toolkit for Young Parents

The workshop is about empowering young parents with knowledge and awareness on their children’s development at different stages of their children life and to nurture parent-child relationship.  It is also to provide parents with necessary information on financial-related matters so as to enable them to make informed decisions for the well-being of their family.

Strengthening Family Series

ModuleTarget
(Parents)
SessionWorkshop Component
My Child from Birth to 3 years0 to 3 years2 sessions of 3 hoursSession 1 (3 hours) - Setting the Environment for a Strong Foundation
(develops trust, self-confidence and resilience among children)
Through role play, hands-on activities and group discussions, parents will explore ways to lay a strong foundation.

Session 2 (3 hours) - Providing a Positive Learning Environment
Explore the different ways to set routines, limits and Boundaries and deal with power struggles based on the typical daily settings.

Understanding my Pre-School Child4 to 6 years2 sessions of 3 hoursSession 1 (3 hours) - Ready for School and Beyond
Create awareness on the importance of play in the development of language and mathematical skills as well as social and critical thinking which is critical for formal education.  This is also to unlock potential in young children.

Session 2 (3 hours) - Balancing Indulgence and Disciplining with Love
Instill positive parent-child relationship and provide tips and strategies to avoid over indulgence and ways to discipline with love.

Financial Literacy Programme (Program Bijak Belanja)

ModuleTarget
(Parents)
SessionWorkshop Component
Financial Literacy for Young Parents (I)0 to 3 years1 session of 3 hoursProvide parents with information on matters relating to financials especially the information on national initiatives such as the utilisation of Baby Bonus and CDA Accounts as well as Subsidies for Working Mothers and other forms of initiatives.

Financial Literacy for Young Parents (II)4 to 6 years1 session of 3 hoursProvide parents with information on matters relating to budgeting and getting children ready for school.