Criteria Financial Education Provider

Criteria for the FairLife Financial Education Mark

 

  1. The first criterion is to secure recommendations from three schools that have participated in your financial education programme.

  2. The second criterion is that the focus of the programme must be educational and not to advertise commercial products or services.

  3. The third criterion is to help raise awareness of the FairLife Charity.

Criteria detail and examples

The first criterion is to secure recommendations from three schools that have participated in your financial education programme.

By providing recommendations from schools that have taken part in your programme you are evidencing the benefit that these schools feel they have gained.  This will help the FairLife Charity to encourage other schools to review your programme and get in touch.

The second criterion is that the focus of the programme must be educational and not to advertise commercial products or services.

It is acceptable that the licensee’s name and brand logo may be visible on the materials, but the materials must not recommend any specific products or services.

The third criterion is to help to raise awareness of the FairLife Charity.

A key benefit of the FairLife Charity is the brand awareness that will be achieved by having a consistent mark spanning all areas of finance.  It will encourage the finance industry to embrace a culture of fair trading, making their products more transparent and easier for consumers to understand.  You can play your part in creating this benefit for the public, by displaying the FairLife Mark on your website and on materials produced for your education programme.


To download a summary of the mark click here

To download a licence for the mark click here