Maths – Functional Skills
Functional Skills Maths is a qualification designed to help both young people and adults develop their mathematic skills in order to apply them in employment and everyday life. Whether you are starting from the beginning or you already have a basic understanding of mathematics, Functional Skills UK are here to support you in achieving a Maths qualification. There are 5 different Functional Skills Maths levels available with the highest being Level 2 which is equivalent to a GCSE grade C/ 4.
We have a number of different delivery options available for learners to choose from. No matter the delivery option you choose, you will receive a number of resources which have been adopted from our awarding bodies as well as a number of practice exams for you to complete. In order to gain a Functional Skills Maths qualification, you are required to sit and pass an exam. Functional Skills UK is a training provider for both NCFE and Pearson Edexcel awarding bodies. Once you have passed the exams, you will receive a certificate from the awarding body as proof of the new skills you have learnt!
- Read, understand and use mathematical information and terms
- Identify suitable operations and calculations to generate answers
- Check the sense and reasonableness of answers
- Present and explain results clearly and accurately with reasoning to support answers
- GLH 55 Hours
- Level 2
- Exam Yes
- Certificate Yes
- Course Delivery Online
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Before starting a Functional Skills Maths qualification with us, all learners are required to complete an online initial assessment to help give some understanding of their current working level. The assessment is not a test so there is no pass or fail mark, it is just to ensure we input you for the correct level exam and supply you with the correct resources.
As the Government see Functional Skills as an essential qualification it is widely funded, to check the different funding options we have available please see our funding page.