Regular client Cifas is the UK’s leading fraud prevention service. A non-profit membership organisation, its members share their data across sectors to reduce instances of fraud and financial crime.
Cifas research showed that increasing numbers of young people were affected by fraud, either being targeted by online fraudsters or unwittingly engaging in fraudulent acts themselves.
I worked with Cifas and the PSHE Association, the national body for Personal, Social, Health and Economic education to create a branded resource park containing Anti-Fraud Education lesson plans with accompanying resources. The lesson plans are targeted at 11-16 year olds and cover awareness of fraud, common scams, identity theft and money mules among other subjects.
I created bright, accessible illustrations that utilised Cifas’ lively colour palette, to keep students engaged with the subject matter. The style is retained across all materials, including lesson plans, case studies, task sheets and tests.