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Functional Skills in English and Maths - Part-time

Course outline

We have Adult Functional Skills classes in both English and Maths starting throughout the year.

These courses develop skills of a functional nature to allow students to feel more comfortable in handling everyday English and Maths situations and lead towards a nationally recognised qualification.

During the course you will develop your skills in Mathematics and English using practical situations.

How to apply for this course

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Location Date / time Fees / reductions
Varied Campuses
Varied Nottingham College Campuses

This course is run on a roll on, roll off basis.

These courses may be free depending on your current qualifications.

Functional Skills Maths

Course code: C033205

Varied Campuses
Varied Nottingham College Campuses

This course is run on a roll on, roll off basis.

These courses may be free depending on your current qualifications.

Functional Skills English

Course code: C032453

Qualification

Functional Skills in English and Maths

Duration

Various durations

Level Other
Entry requirements

You will undertake a short assessment before you start the course.

Assessment

Assessment is by online examinations.

Progression

You can progress through the Functional Skills levels and then onto GCSE English and/or Maths.

Additional information

These courses are free.

Please contact the College for days and times of courses and how to enrol.

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