We offer functional skills and GCSEs to help you improve your English and Maths and pride ourselves on our high success rates. We offer a range of courses from practical day-to-day Maths to preparatory courses, functional skills and GCSEs:
Please click on the button below and we will arrange an interview to advise you on the right level course for you – depending on your current ability and your aims.
This will depend on your background. If you went to school in the UK or English is your first language, these classes are for you. If not, then our ESOL classes could be more suitable.
We offer a wide range of courses to help you improve your English and Maths for your day-to-day life or to gain a qualification so you can study at a higher level. Improving your English and Maths can also help you to find a job and increase your earning potential.
Courses vary from just one term to a whole year and are offered at Entry Level, Level 1 and Level 2.
Courses are offered at various times to fit in with your other commitments.
|When||Times||Days per week||Hours per week|
|Mornings||09.30 to 12.00||2 days a week||5 hours per week|
|Afternoons||12.30 to 15.00||2 days a week||5 hours per week|
|Evenings||18.30 to 21.00||2 days a week||5 hours per week|
|Saturdays||10.00 to 14.30||1 day a week||4 hours per week|
Most learners start in September but it is also possible to join functional skills courses in January.
Our GCSE courses start in September – however, some people may be able to join in January if they have previous experience and can catch up on the first term’s work. This would be discussed with you at your initial assessment.
Many people worry about their understanding of numbers or struggled with Maths at school. Our Multiply Maths programme provides free Maths workshops at college and in the community to help adults improve their understanding of numbers and finances for everyday life. For more information click here.
If you’d like to host a workshop at your community centre, please email Multiply Project Manager, Peter Whitehead on firstname.lastname@example.org
Please click on the buttons on the left and we will arrange an interview to advise you on the right level course for you – depending on your current ability and your aims.
English and Maths courses are free to anyone who does not already have a GCSE grade 4 (or grade C) or above.