Maths Part-time

GCSE , Level 1
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Available at the following campuses:

What Our Students Say

“So the tutors are great for a number of reasons – they’re casual, you don’t feel like you’re being forced to do anything that’s uncomfortable, they’re not strict, they’ll have a laugh with you if you want to and they know how to get stuff done when they need to if we’re on a bit of a time crunch, but they also know how to have a bit of fun and not put pressure on you – and they’re great, they’re always there to give you information if you need it for at-home tasks and they’re always on Google Hangouts to message you if you need anything and they get back to you really quickly.”

Rachel

“The tutors here, they are really interactive and they’re always there, even outside of lessons whenever you need something, we don’t go around calling everyone Sir or Miss, second names – we use first names for everything and there’s a more relaxed and friendly communication between the tutors and the students.”

Harry

“When I first came I didn’t know anybody at the college but because it’s people you’re surrounded by and people with similar interests to you, you do make friends quickly and you make really close friendships with people because you’re listening to the same things and you’re going through the same things, and you can help each other as well.”

Eve

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Course Information

Introduction

Maths is required for most jobs and for further study. After you Apply, we will invite you for an assessment to check your level. This will make sure you start at the best level for you to achieve. We have Entry, level 1 and GCSE courses.

Choose to study at:

  • Deacon House, LS14
  • Enfield Centre, LS7
  • Joseph Priestley, LS11
  • Eastgate, LS2

Overview

You will agree an Individual Learning Plan with your teacher who will give you feedback on your progress throughout the course. You can work on topics that meet your individual needs at your own pace. You will complete study outside the classroom via online resources.

Who is this course for?

Adult learners who may be coming back to education to improve their maths or English, or gain a GCSE qualification.

Cost: Free for adults who do not already have a GCSE. Payment will be required for those who already have a minimum of a GCSE grade C or 4 or above.</P.

Course units/modules

Numbers, Measures

For GCSE Number, Algebra, Ratio, proportion and rates of change, Geometry and measure, Probability, Statistics.

Benefits and skills

Benefits of this programme include: Flexible online delivery, or in class. The ability to study at your own pace with tutor support. Progression to further study such as GCSE or an Access to HE course. Improved employment prospects and opportunities.

Entry requirements

Once you have applied, you will complete a short skills assessment so we can offer you the appropriate course for your needs.

Available Apprenticeships and Progression options

Progression will depend on the qualification you have achieved. A Functional Skills qualification in English and maths will lead to progression to GCSE level or improve your employment prospects.

Assessment types

You will complete assessments in class to show your skills. For GCSE, there are exams.

Course details

Duration: 30 weeks
Study Type: Part time
Course Code: 78312-01

Please note that for all courses starting on 9th September, there will be an induction week, WC 2nd September.

Employment Statistics

  • Finance officers

    Average Salary
    £23,400
  • Chartered and certified accountants

    Average Salary
    £42,640
  • Financial administrative occupations n.e.c.

    Average Salary
    £18,720

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