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Free maths and English courses

Free maths courses

If you are looking to develop essential skills in reading, writing and.or maths, and learn at your own pace, in your own home, there are FREE to Access programmes available, if you are interested, just click on the preferred links below to sign up.

FREE ONLINE COURSES ON OFFER

Everyday Skills English Level 1:

An introduction to basic English skills covering spelling, punctuation, grammar, reading for meaning and communication skills.

Everyday Skills English Level 2:

A more advanced English skills course on report writing, writing emails and letters, information gathering, critical thinking and presentation skills.

Everyday Skills Maths Level 1:

An introduction to basic numeracy skills covering addition (+), subtraction (-), multiplication (x), division(÷), basic fractions () and percentages (%). The course also includes working with money, measurements and shapes, and basic data handling.

Everyday Skills Maths Level 2:

A more advanced maths skills course looking at percentage change and reverse percentages, how to convert values between fractions, decimals and percentages, how to calculate perimeters, areas and volumes, and currency conversions.

Everyday English for Construction and Engineering (English)

This course is ideal for those preparing to work in the construction and engineering sector. It is an introduction to Level 1 Functional Skills in English with tips and techniques to help you communicate more effectively in everyday life.

Everyday maths for Construction and Engineering (maths)

An introduction to Level 1 Functional Skills in maths that’s designed for those who will be working in the engineering and construction industry. The course will inspire you to improve your current maths skills as well as giving you a refresh on any areas that you may have forgotten.

Everyday English for Health and Social Care and Education Support (English)

A course for those looking to work in the health and social care industry. It is an introduction to Level 1 Functional Skills in English with tips and techniques to help you communicate more effectively in everyday life.

Everyday maths for Health and Social Care and Education Support (maths)

An introduction to Level 1 Functional Skills in maths that’s designed for those who will be working in the health and social care industry. The course will inspire you to improve your current maths skills as well as giving you a refresh on any areas that you may have forgotten.

Entry requirements:

To enrol on these courses you do not need any formal qualifications. However, you must be aged 19 or over, a UK/EEA citizen and have a good level of spoken English.

Free English Courses

FINISHED YOUR ONLINE COURSE OR WANT A RECOGNISED QUALIFICATION

If you have completed our online English and maths course or you are looking to gain a recognised qualification to add to your CV then take the next step in improving your maths and English with our Functional Skills programmes >> Improving Literacy Skills and Improving Numeracy Skills

Our Functional Skills courses will help you to improve your English and maths skills and can be studied on a part-time basis.

If you would like to enrol to our Functional Skills courses please apply via the link via the links above or please call our Course Information Team on 01429 295000 to find out more.

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