Is this the course for you?
If you're aged 19 or over and looking to improve your maths skills in order to progress to further study, seek employment, advance your career, or just be more confident in your use of maths, then these are the right courses for you.
These courses are designed to give you the knowledge and skills to operate confidently, effectively and independently in education, work and everyday life. You will develop your maths skills in the Four Rules of Number (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division), and gain a deeper understanding of interpreting graphs, managing money and finding averages. You will also learn about fractions and percentages, converting metric measurements, and calculating area, perimeter and volume.
There are seven different options, and you will have an assessment to make sure you start learning at the level that's right for you. The levels we offer are:
- Adult Entry 2 Edexcel Functional Skills
- Adult Entry 3 Edexcel Functional Skills Maths
- Adult Level 1 Edexcel Functional Skills Maths
- Adult Level 2 Edexcel Functional Skills Maths
- Adult Fast-Track Entry 2 Edexcel Functional Skills Maths
- Adult Fast-Track Entry 3 Edexcel Functional Skills Maths
- Adult GCSE Maths (AQA)
After successfully passing your appropriate course, you will have improved mathematical skills to help you to go on to further study, or to find work.
What modules will you do?
You will develop your knowledge and skills in topics such as:
- Fractions and percentages
- Converting measurements
- Calculating area
What do you need to apply?
No formal qualifications required
Additional Information: You will have an initial diagnostic assessment of your current skill-level in maths
How will you be assessed?
You will be assessed during class hours and will create a portfolio of work. You will also have examinations based on what you have learnt.
Where can this course take you?
Once you have successfully completed your course, you may progress to a higher level of maths learning or into a vocational study programme.
We advise that you need to be at Level 1 to move onto a specific-subject vocational qualification.