The Money Guiders Scotland network along with the three other networks in the UK came together for the first time as part of this year’s Talk Money Week.
At the online UK Money Guiders Conference 2021 in November, we heard about how the Money Guiders programme is developing, who money guiders are and, in a short video, their varied roles and what their thoughts on the future are. There were many and varied conversations happening across both conference sessions and encouraging feedback that will help inform future network activities.
If you’d like to get a flavour of a networking event, feel free to come along.
Upcoming events - Money Guiders Scotland network
- 7 Dec Wellbeing for Money Guiders – Stress Management and Resilience - a workshop to gain, share, and better understand ways to support your own wellbeing at work. This includes considering ways to improve resilience and deal with stress and overwhelm.
- 9 Dec Wheatley Group’s wraparound services - Wheatley will tell us about the support they provide on welfare benefits, fuel advice, and fuel poverty to help prevent tenants from falling into arrears or losing their home.
- 16 Dec Money guidance research in Scotland - Money Advice Scotland will be talking about the implications of their latest research report, ‘Money Guidance: A User-centred Approach’
- 26 Jan Wellbeing for Money Guiders - Protecting Your Wellbeing - a workshop focusing on self-care, boundaries, and mindfulness techniques.
How to get involved
If you or your organisation would like to get involved, you can find out more and register to join at Money Guiders Scotland or through the online community at Money Guiders network. The presentations recorded at each event, other resources and further learning opportunities are available in this online community.
Look out for the network on:
- Knowledge Hub Money Guiders network
- Facebook @MoneyGuiders Scotland
- Twitter @improvserv #MoneyGuiders
- LinkedIn Improvement Service
This learning network is being developed by the Improvement Service, in partnership with the Money and Pensions Service.