Accessibility links

Certificate in Personal Finance Level 2 at Thomas Rotherham College (TRC)

Course description

The Certificate in Personal Finance (CPF2) has been designed for people who are, or who will shortly be, reaching a life stage when they no longer depend on others for their financial provision.

Course content

Students will gain knowledge about the uses of money, the methods of organising their money through personal budgeting, the considered use of appropriate bank and building society accounts and the consequences of overspending.

Certificate in Personal Finance Level 2 consists of 3 mandatory units:

Unit 1 – Personal Financial Encounters
Unit 2 – Money Management Solutions
Unit 3 – Personal Finance Management

Entry requirements

Standard Level 2 entry criteria.

 

Assessment

Unit 1 – Personal Financial Encounters (PFE)

PFE is assessed by a single 30-minute objective test that comprises 30 multiple choice questions (MCQs): 18 stand-alone multiple-choice questions and 12 questions associated with four pieces of stimulus material.

Unit 2 - Money Management Solutions (MMS)

MMS is assessed by a single 30-minute objective test that comprises 30 MCQs: 18 stand-alone questions and 12 questions associated with four pieces of stimulus material.

Unit 3 - Personal Finance Managements (PFM)

PFM is assessed by a single 30-minute objective test that comprises 30 MCQs: 20 one-mark questions. And 10 questions associated with two pieces of stimulus material.

Passes must be achieved in all three units to gain the qualification.

Financial information

N/A

Future opportunities

Possibility to progress to the Level 3 course.

Further information

Visit one of our Open Evenings to find out more about this course. 

How to apply

You can apply for this course through UCAS Progress. Add this course to your favourites so you can start making an application.

Last updated date: 25 September 2017
Provider logo

Key information

Contact details

Venues

  • More information
    • The College is situated on Moorgate in Rotherham, about a 15 minute walk from the centre of Rotherham.  Buses leave the central Rotherham Interchange every 10 minutes and the journey takes approx. 5 minutes. 

      We also run dedicated bus services to ease your journey to and from College.  See www.thomroth.ac.uk for details and route information. 

      The College also has on-site permit parking for students, with priority given to students with the greatest distance to travel.