These talks are suitable for people of all backgrounds and belief systems. I specialise in educational institutions and rehabilitation centres:
Schools, Colleges & Universities
Young offender’s institutions and Prisons
I cover a wide variety of topics and discipline led by the aims and targets of my audience. I love working with people to help them overcome tragedy and deal with their grief or sense of loss.
My personal aim is to educate participants in the history and culture of my native Congo. Their way of life, loves and losses are a true inspiration and gives me a true sense of purpose.
Life Skills Workshop
- Teenagers and young people how to handle their money.
- Parents how to help their children become more money literate through a series of strategies.
- Adults in debt to find financial freedom and manage their money more responsibly.
- All ages about where their money goes, including taxes, pensions, National Insurance and savings.
My courses show small groups of people how to make the most of their hard earned cash.
Music, Poetry & Visual Arts
African Dance and Drumming
Refugee & Asylum Awareness
Money Management Tips Every Students & Young People Should Know
We all have a limited amount of money to spend and seemingly unlimited amount of items we would like to purchase. Therefore, it comes down to making choices. Choices have consequences- so every financial choice we make can have a cost.
In this workshop, Jean teaches his audience to become financially independent and self-reliant, take control of their money so it does not control them and finally, determine their financial needs for the future.
Changing Your Life Through Better Money Management
This workshop is aimed at struggling low income families and anyone who feels can benefit from it.
The information in this workshop can help attendees change their lives by learning to:
- Find employment: We discuss job-finding and employment tips, including how to prepare for a job, become employable, and understand a payslip.
- Live within means: Attendees will learn to use a spending plan so they know where their money goes, with special focus on managing expenses for food, clothing, and transportation.
- Use mainstream financial services: We look at the benefits of using a bank or credit union and how to choose one.
- Reduce debt: We Explain credit and debt, including good debt, reducing overall debt, and building a good credit history.