The Finance EducationYou wish you had

Offering financial education for students, employees and parents.

Finance Education for...




Financial Workshops for Schools

To create a financially educated society, we must start with the next generation. We help school pupils by tackling subjects such as pay slips, student loans, pensions and other relevant areas of finance, leaving them feeling prepared for their next chapter.

  • Financial education for Key Stage 2 to Sixth Form
  • Tailored to the needs of your school
  • DBS checked and ACA qualified
  • Aligned with the proposed new ISI inspection framework
  • Parent and staff workshops add-on available

We work with schools around the UK


Financial Education for Universities

At University, young adults face a new range of financial challenges, from managing their student loan to having to pay bills for the first time in your life. So, it’s no wonder that 85% of 18-24 year olds have anxiety due to money worries. We provide live workshops for university students to give them the skills and knowledge they need to be set up for life.

  • Hosted virtually or live in-person
  • No jargon and led by relatable young professionals
  • Supports the emotional and economic wellbeing of your students

Financial Education in Workplaces

In these uncertain times, our workforce is looking online for their financial education more than ever. Empower your team to feel confident and secure with their finances by adding an Elent workplace package to your training and development offer.

  • You can pick from a standard workshop or tailor your own
  • Run virtually at times that work around your business

Companies we work with


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Our Mission

We have a passion and that is...

To leave the world a better, more financially educated place than we found it.

To positively impact the economy through financial literacy for all.

To reduce anxiety and improve long term quality of life for young people.

To create an education system that works for future generations, not against them.

To bring intelligence and elegance to a subject littered with jargon and fear.