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The financial world has changed.
It's time to change how we teach it.

Forward Vision Games


How it works

Forward Visions Games develops financial simulation games that teach participants the financial skills needed for the Future of Work. 

Our experiential games provide learners with foundational financial skills through simulated financial experiences. Learning is deepest when we experience the impact of our decisions. 


Our games can be played in class, through distance learning, or in combination. Our flexible is technology is here for you, whatever the school year brings.


Our instructor dashboard provides instructors with real-time feedback on learner performance, enabling early intervention, improving learning outcomes. 


Our content and technology have been designed from day one to be inclusive of an Indigenous World view of money and finance. Our games create pathways for Indigenous learners to shine. 

How it works



21st century skills with curriculum aligned outcomes.


Financial skills for the Future of Work

Entrepreneurship Programs

Accelerated financial training for emerging entrepreneurs

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Financial skills program for Indigenous student so students can graduate with the ability to become financially self sufficient faster after graduation.

Financial literacy games for your context. 


How we've improved financial literacy training

Better Process

  • Experiential and game-based learning improves learner engagement

  • Guided discovery approach fosters financial self-confidence

  • Relevant challenges, content and examples reflective of the modern financial world. 

  • No more memorizing formulas, definitions or irrelevant examples. No more talking "at" people for an hour or two. Real-world, relevant learning, that creates positive impacts in learner's lives.

Improved Outcomes

  • Improved financial problem-solving, financial risk mitigation and financial communication

  • Improved understanding of key financial tools, including bank accounts, balance sheets, and budgets

  • Improved awareness of key financial topics, including interest, debt and cash flow

  • Improved ability to apply financial tools to real-world contexts and real-life decisions

More Engaging Content

  • Relevant examples and challenges expose learners to real-world scenarios, increasing engagement and outcomes. 

  • Life-like challenges challenge students to puzzle through financial decisions, developing useful strategies and patterns for improved real-world financial decision-making. 

  • Future-focussed challenges encourage students to think about both the short-term and long-term impacts of their decisions, building awareness of outcomes over an expanded time horizon. 

More Adaptable

  • Game use is customizable and adaptable based on learning objectives, facilitating easy integration with existing course materials. 

  • Suggested lesson plans, worksheets, and presentations make it simple and efficient to bring financial literacy learning to your environment. 


Our Partners


I’m very pleased with the progress made by students across a spectrum of prior knowledge and a spectrum of abilities. Students had the chance to advance their own skill set within the course and that is unique

Dr. Bettina Schneider, First Nations University

Financial literacy training learners love.

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Land Acknowledgment 

We are thankful for the opportunity to create, innovate, and collaborate on these lands, which are known today as Canada. We recognize that these lands are home to the enduring presence of all First Nations and Métis people, and the Inuit.


Our remote team recognizes that we occupy various lands that are traditional and unceded Indigenous territories.  We acknowledge that much of our workplaces are situated on the traditional territory of many Nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishinaabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat Peoples, and is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples.


We work to learn and expand our knowledge of the Treaties that came before us, that continue to shape economic, cultural, and community relationships. Settlers were invited into Treaties, particularly Treaty 13, in a spirit of peace and respect and we strive to uphold those values.



Forward Vision Games entered into an MOU with the Indigenomics Institute in 2023.


We are grateful for this opportunity to collaborate in our shared effort to advance the growing Indigenous Economy.

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