Do you need help to develop your skills and confidence in maths? Do you shy away from helping your kids with their homework? Or perhaps you need to gain qualifications to progress with your career?
Our maths courses could be your stepping-stone to moving into further education or getting out into the world of work. Whether you want to improve your existing skills or you’re starting from scratch, we have a range of courses for different levels and abilities.
We know that maths can be challenging, but our lecturers will give you the support and confidence you need to get the grade you want. Some courses are free, you don’t need any qualifications to get started, and you’ll get a personal learning plan that will set your goals and chart your progress. What’s more, if you don’t already have a grade C or above, then you don’t have to pay anything for your course.
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Our maths courses cover a range of subjects for all levels and abilities. There are four fundamental areas of maths that you’ll cover; numbers, algebra, geometry and statistics. Don’t worry though, our lecturers will make sure you’re supported every step of the way and that you move through the material at a pace that’s comfortable for you.
What you’ll learn very much depends on the level of course your study. You may study Functional Skills or a GCSE, but our team will be able to make sure you’re on the correct pathway for you.
After you apply, you’ll be invited to attend a quick and simple assessment session to determine the best level of study for you. Our team will be able to recommend the right course for you based on your current ability and existing qualifications. There are no specific entry requirements for our maths courses.
How you are assessed will depend on the level of your course, but your lecturer will be able to explain these to you before your start and help you prepare while you study.
The provisional dates of the GCSE Mathematics exams are Tuesday 25 May 2021, Tuesday 8 June 2021 and Tuesday 15 June 2021.
Once you’ve completed your maths course, your lecturer will be more than happy to recommend further study options if you wish to continue in education.
Fees quoted apply to courses starting in the academic year 2020/21 (August 2020 – July 2021). There may be a slight increase in fees for courses starting 2021/22.
If you are aged 16-18, due to Government funding, tuition fees may not be applicable for your course. (Please note: this does not apply to Foundation Degrees or Access to Higher Education courses, and other courses not eligible for public funding.)