FIRST NATIONS PEOPLE
Financial education resources for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Ready to get your finances in order? Our Financial Fitness course covers the basics of personal finance topics to help you understand key financial concepts and establish good money habits to work towards your desired financial future.LEARN MORE
LIVE ONLINE EVENT
Thursday February 25 @ 1.00pm AEDT.
Many people have a very clear vision of how they want their life to play out from a personal perspective and a career perspective. This 'Planning for your financial future' webinar takes a high level, long term view of a financial plan that can help you to achieve your life goals.Register now
Understanding where your money goes can help you take control and create opportunities for you and your family. A money diary may be useful to help identify how you're using your money. Download your money diary today to help you achieve your money dreams and goals.Download now
Sobah, the first non-alcoholic craft beer company in Australia, is tapping into what’s shaping up as one of the fastest growing beer sub-categories. Meeting strong demand for their products, however, has meant finding the funds to expand operations, a challenging prospect for the small, largely self-funded business. But Sobah recently secured a big win by becoming the first business to benefit from a newly formed partnership between First Australians Capital (FAC) and Westpac aimed at backing emerging Indigenous businesses.Read now
NAIDOC Week this year begins on November 8th. We recently caught up with a couple of Westpac Group employees to get their thoughts on what NAIDOC Week means to them and how money management and education can play an important role in helping to sustain the caring for land.Read now
Greg Gebhart from the ESafety Commissioner talks through a number of common questions from what a scam is, to different types of scams and what you can do to help protect you and your money from scammers.Watch now
Peter Foster in the principal of Hymba Yumba Independent School. In this interview with Davidson Institute’s Lisa Gissing, Peter talks about the way the school has pivoted during the COVID-19 pandemic.Listen now
Paul Dodd is the CEO, Director and Principal Consultant of Corporate Culcha. In this interview with Lisa Gissing from Westpac's Davidson Institute, Paul talks about the importance of staying positive and pivoting, where it makes sense, during uncertain times.Listen now
Bronwyn Covill is the CEO of Need a Tutor. Bronwyn talks about how learning changes lives and that as an organisation they are determined to remove barriers that prevent remote and Indigenous students from accessing educational support.Listen now
Knowing your duties as a director are essential in running any organisation. If you get it wrong, you could be liable for civil and / or criminal penalties. This 20 minute video looks at Directors' Duties under the various acts and regulators.Watch now
Understanding and recognising a conflict of interest are important steps towards managing the integrity and sustainability of an organisation. This video looks at what a conflict of interest is and practical steps an individual can take to avoid conflicts of interest within an organisation.Watch now