Credit Management Education Activities
1. Credit Management Education Activities
Our credit management instructors visit schools, companies, organizations, etc. to offer credit management education. Anyone who wants to learn about credit management are welcome to apply.
- How to manage your allowance properly
- The use of credit in your daily life
- Have you heard about credit ratings(scores)?
- Understanding your credit rating(score) and ways of credit management
- The right way to use your credit cards
- Rational methods of managing your debt
- Various types of debt solutions
2. Online Credit Management Education
For a wealth of information about credit management, please visit Educredit’s website: www.educredit.or.kr
We offer online lessons targeted at multilevel groups including students of elementary, middle, and high school as well as general public
3. Talent Donation Activities
|Participation in Education Donation Fair by Korea Foundation for the Advancement of Science and Creativity (KFASC)
||We participate in the Education Donation Fair hosted by the Ministry of Education (and supervised by KFASC) to educate teenagers about the meaning of credit and importance of credit management.
|Training Professional Instructors in Credit Management
||We aim to improve the quality of our educational contents and teaching techniques through workshops and training for our credit management instructors, who are certified by the Financial Supervisory Service.
|Financial Supervisory Service ‘s One Instructor Per School Coordination
||Our offices are in sisterhood relationships with nearby elementary, middle, and high schools to engage in various educational activities concerning credit management.
|MOE’s Certification of “Excellence in Education Donation”
||Our educational activities across the society led to Ministry of Education’s certification of “Excellence in Education Donation” in 2015.
|Establishment of Kyunghyang Financial Education Awards
||We co-host the annual Kyunghyang Financial Education Awards with the Financial Supervisory Service and a newspaper called The Kyunghyang Shinmun. It is to recognize the efforts of companies, organizations and individuals that have contributed to improving financial education and raising credit awareness, thereby spreading exemplary practices.