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College of Social Work organizes a training course entitled (Personal Saving)

Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University, represented by College of Social Work in partnership with the Family Education Center, has recently organized a training course entitled (Personal Saving), presented by the trainer Abeer Al-Rashed at the Family Education Center at the College auditorium.

 

The course aims to raise the awareness of the student respecting the management of personal budget and ability to do so, and mastering the skill of saving at the level of the inpidual and society.

 

Among the most important themes that have been addressed are:

·        The concept of saving and how.

·        Saving skills.

·        Personal financial plan and budget preparation methods.

·        Some successful saving methods.

 

The trainer Abeer indicated that the concept of saving in language means the amount of money that you do not need to spend, and for the inpidual it is the amount remaining after spending.

 

The trainer stressed that saving is a necessity of life, at a time when it is considered the real supporter in securing the house in addition to ensuring the availability of money when life fluctuates or the family is exposed to financial crises. She regrets that our society is not accustomed to the culture of saving, and everything around them entices them to spend, where the habits that encourage much spending, as well as offers and commercials that surround them from all sides, which lead them forcibly towards spending all what in their pockets. She pointed out that the phenomenon does not stop at the limits of spending, but extends to seeking loans where some resort to borrowing just to entertain themselves. At a time when you cannot distinguish in the street between the rich and the poor, everyone riding a luxury car, pointing out that to eliminate the phenomenon we need to work on three themes: The first theme: reduce commercial offers and advertisements to a reasonable extent. The second theme: broadcasting intensive awareness messages on saving and its importance through various media outlets the third and last theme: restrain loans, bank facilities, and the development of a mechanism based on the calculation of the income and expenses of the inpidual.

 

She also touched on some ways of saving, including budget control/ change in daily habits/saving in transportation/saving in self-care costs.

 

It is worth noting that the training courses, organized by College of Social Work in partnership with the Center for Family Education, aim to provide specialized and distinct programs according to scientific and professional bases for the inpidual and the family in the psychological and social fields. Based on the message of Princess Nourah University respecting the need to strengthen its role in activating the National Transformation Plan 2030, which the University considers a qualitative breakthrough towards a bright kingdom, and an initiative from its part in activating the community partnership.

 

 Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University, represented by College of Social Work in partnership with the Family Education Center, has recently organized a training course entitled (Personal Saving), presented by the trainer Abeer Al-Rashed at the Family Education Center at the College auditorium.

 

The course aims to raise the awareness of the student respecting the management of personal budget and ability to do so, and mastering the skill of saving at the level of the inpidual and society.

 

Among the most important themes that have been addressed are:

·        The concept of saving and how.

·        Saving skills.

·        Personal financial plan and budget preparation methods.

·        Some successful saving methods.

 

The trainer Abeer indicated that the concept of saving in language means the amount of money that you do not need to spend, and for the inpidual it is the amount remaining after spending.

 

The trainer stressed that saving is a necessity of life, at a time when it is considered the real supporter in securing the house in addition to ensuring the availability of money when life fluctuates or the family is exposed to financial crises. She regrets that our society is not accustomed to the culture of saving, and everything around them entices them to spend, where the habits that encourage much spending, as well as offers and commercials that surround them from all sides, which lead them forcibly towards spending all what in their pockets. She pointed out that the phenomenon does not stop at the limits of spending, but extends to seeking loans where some resort to borrowing just to entertain themselves. At a time when you cannot distinguish in the street between the rich and the poor, everyone riding a luxury ca​r, pointing out that to eliminate the phenomenon we need to work on three themes: The first theme: reduce commercial offers and advertisements to a reasonable extent. The second theme: broadcasting intensive awareness messages on saving and its importance through various media outlets the third and last theme: restrain loans, bank facilities, and the development of a mechanism based on the calculation of the income and expenses of the inpidual.

 

She also touched on some ways of saving, including budget control/ change in daily habits/saving in transportation/saving in self-care costs.

 

It is worth noting that the training courses, organized by College of Social Work in partnership with the Center for Family Education, aim to provide specialized and distinct programs according to scientific and professional bases for the inpidual and the family in the psychological and social fields. Based on the message of Princess Nourah University respecting the need to strengthen its role in activating the National Transformation Plan 2030, which the University considers a qualitative breakthrough towards a bright kingdom, and an initiative from its part in activating the community partnership.

 


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