You will have the opportunity to develop your skills in a friendly and supportive environment to help you upskill and increase your confidence. You’ll gain knowledge by building basic numeracy maths skills that you use in everyday life situations such as banking, shopping, money, utility bills. DIY projects, cooking, gardening, driving, holidays, self-employment/business, childcare costs, maths games or travel. With the topics covered being tailored to your learning group’s needs.
How does it work?
We offer flexible learning options so you can decide what method of learning works best for you.
- Virtual: taught by a tutor online
- In-person: at our Salisbury, Trowbridge or Chippenham campuses, Chippenham Community Hub or Calne Library
Apply for the course and we will be in touch to discuss which option suits you.
On successful completion of this course, you will be awarded a college certificate of achievement and offered the opportunity to progress to a formal qualification, for example functional skills/GCSE maths.
Who can participate in this course?
The course is free to any Wiltshire resident aged 19+ who doesn't already have a GCSE in maths at grade C (or equivalent).These basic maths courses are suitable for Teaching Assistants, the unemployed and those with English as a second language.
This course is part of Multiply, a new government-funded programme to help adults improve their numeracy skills. Whether you need to get better at managing your bills, budgeting or you want to improve your potential at work – the government’s free Multiply programme can help you. Apply online using the course link above or get in touch by emailing email@example.com or calling 0845 345 2235 if you have any questions or want to discuss further.