All polytechnics and institute of technical education (IET) students participated in the Singapore National Economic Education Program to participate in the economic education program which starts in 2019.
This was one of three new financial resources initiated by the Singapore Board of Education, Ms. Onke Yi Kung, the Education Minister's Monetary Authority.
Manissez said that this course would "equate our youth to a strong foundation in financial skills". 7000 students participating in this year's successful pilots have learned how to budget, find their personal cash flow and learn how the joint interest works.
According to Manissece, "The opinions of students and professors were inappropriate, protecting their financial personality, budgeting and understanding, and encouraged students to take steps to create better economic habits."
In the subsequent years more and more economic education curriculum components will start with the second and third year students selected.
In the formal era, "We always ask people to go through physical examination from time to time … Similarly, it is important to periodically consider our financial health and ensure that we are healthy."
Note that MoneySense is debited on a free online financial health check tool. Many of the road shows will help the Singapore residents to evaluate their financial health. It will identify these gaps and take steps to create these gaps.
Though the website is in English, Manisseens said the website is working on creating a multilingual site. Services in the Central Provident Fund (CPF) Board and the Housing and Development Board (HDB) have also improved.
However, from the complementary one to one of the health clinic clinics will be in various places until 2019. Polytechnics and IIT students can participate in their school activities. They can afford suitable financial health test for students.