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    Inspire Learning Functional Skills Maths Level 1 & 2

    22 April 2021 (by admin)

    Inspire Learning - Functional Skills Maths Level 1 & 2 - Intensive Course

    Message from Inspire Learning:

    We’re really pleased to tell you we have been able to put on an additional evening course starting next Tuesday, 27th April. The course will run two evenings a week on a Tuesday and Thursday at 5-7pm.

    The session is for committed learners aiming to achieve a Level 2 or Level 1 qualification in Functional Skills Maths by the end of July. Attending both sessions each week will ensure you feel confident in all the topics covered in a Functional Skills exam.

     

    Course details

    Start Date: 27th April

    End Date: 22nd July

    Days: Tuesdays and Thursdays

    Time of sessions: 5-7pm (2 hours per session, 4 hours per week)

    Location: Online (Zoom) with exam taking place in a Nottinghamshire Library in July.

    Total weeks: 12 (no sessions during June half term)

    Total GLH: 46 hours

     

     

    I’d like to join, what do I do?

    If you would like to enrol on this course, please complete the initial assessment which you can find the link to here:

     

    https://forms.office.com/r/YfeBVA7CpZ

     

    We will get back to you to let you know if this is course is the right level for you, at which point you will be asked to complete an enrolment form or we will support you in your next steps.

     

    The deadline for completing this is Friday 23rd April.

    It should take around 30-45 minutes. Try to complete it independently and without help. It’s okay to use a calculator except for the questions where there is a ‘no calculator’ symbol.

     

    Please feel free to share these details with colleagues who may have people in mind for this. Any Func Skills programmes are free for those who don't already possess a Level 2 (equiv to a GCSE C or '4'), and there are no requirements based on (un)employment.

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