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Training facilitators and building the capacity of community organizations is at the core of what we do at the Centre for Financial Literacy. Since 2008, we have trained more than 2,000 front line staff in over 800 community organizations nationwide to deliver effective and successful financial literacy programs.

In-person and online training options are available.  

Our 2-day in-person training is offered on a fee-for-service basis. (However there are occasions when training opportunities are offered for free if part of a funded program). Find out more about our training options and fees at


Our 7-week online course allows frontline workers to access facilitator training from anywhere in Canada. It is offered several times a year. It has many benefits:

  • Convenient – you can work on the course on your own time and at your own pace
  • Cost effective – no travel costs, less time away from the office
  • Easy and fun – interactive course using a variety of learning styles
  • Let's you connect with others across Canada – share ideas and best practices with other frontline community workers via a general discussion forum.

COST: $150 plus HST

Our Financial Literacy Facilitator Training workshops prepare frontline workers to deliver an easy-to-use program that covers a range of financial topics. Participants learn how to adapt the program to the needs, interests and learning styles of the groups they serve.
Curriculum training topics:

  • Exploring Your Relationship with Money
  • Income and Taxes
  • Budgeting
  • Banking and Financial Services
  • Saving
  • Credit Basics
  • Credit Reporting
  • Debt
  • Consumerism

At the end of the training, each facilitator is provided with the following:

  • PDF copy of our Financial Literacy Facilitation Toolkit (curriculum) and Facilitation Guide
  • Certificate of Achievement
  • Link to the PowerPoint presentation
  • On-going support from Prosper Canada’s training staff and network of trained facilitators through information sharing via Prosper Canada’s website, newsletter, and Facebook and Twitter accounts.

You can also access our Financial Literacy Facilitator Resources in different languages and our Financial Literacy Evaluation Toolkit.

Find out more about our training options and fees and book your financial literacy training today at