Maths Functional Skills Blended

Course Code: FSXMW0519Z

Programme: Course


Venue:
South Lynn Community Centre
10 St Michael's Road

King's Lynn
Norfolk
PE30 5HE


Start Date: 12/09/2019
End Date: 16/07/2020
Day of first lesson: Thursday
Total length of course: 36 Sessions
Start time of first lesson: 09:30

Directions to venue

From the Hardwick roundabout head into King's Lynn town centre, past Tesco on the left over the bridge at the next rounabout take the 2nd exit into Wisbech Road. Continue along into Saddlebow Road then turn left into St Michael's Road. Follow the road round to the right and South Lynn Community Centre entrance is on the right.

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How to contact us: Telephone: 0344 800 8020, Textphone: 0344 800 8011, fax: 0344 800 8012 or email: information@norfolk.gov.uk

Course Description

For those who would like to gain a maths Functional Skills qualification with this flexible course designed around you. Learn how to apply maths to a variety of everyday situations to help you at home and in work. This course is blended which means you will work in the comfort of your own home with the support of a mentor, for half the course, and attend one classroom session a week.

What will you learn?

This course will help you to improve your skills in:
* Adding, subtracting, dividing and multiplying
* Using a calculator
* Fractions
* Decimals
* Percentages
* Metric measurements
* Area, perimeter and volume
* Averages
* Problem solving

* A functional skill provides you with a recognised qualification in Maths, many employers view this as evidence that you meet their basic requirements. Many educational establishments and employers will accept a functional skills level 2 instead of a GSCE

How will the course be taught?

A weekly class session and 2.5 hours a week of supported self-study will be needed to achieve the level of qualification you're aiming for. Elements of self-study using our online learning tool BKSB and a variety of resources, coursework and exams.
Throughout the course you will be taught everything you need to know for the final assessment and to progress in your studies and career.

Before you book...

Before you start the course, you will need to complete an initial and diagnostic assessment, so we can understand the level you are currently working at. This can be done online at home before attending being allocated a mentor.

If English is not your first language, then you may need to complete ESOL level 2 or IELTS 6.5 before enrolling on this course

What can I do next?

Progress GCSE Maths, or one of our vocational courses.
You may also like to study English or ICT Functional Skills.

What do I need to bring?

Access to a computer or tablet will be essential to participate on this course.

Are there any additional costs?

There are no additional costs to this course.

How much does the course cost?

This course is FREE to anyone who earns less than £15,736 a year and has lived in the UK/EU/EEA for 3 years before the start of the course. If you do not meet these criteria you will need to pay the full fees for this course.

Where can I get further support / advice?

Our learner support team can offer further information about:
* help with fees and / or childcare, books, travel costs etc.
* further advice or guidance about courses or career opportunities
* specific learning, access or disability needs that might affect your learning
please call 0344 800 8020

How do I book a place?

To book online follow the links on this page

Alternatively please call us on 0344 800 8020.

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