This is a new programme to help adults improve their numeracy skills.
If you’re aged 19 and over and don’t have maths GCSE at grade C (or equivalent), you can access free numeracy courses through Multiply to build your confidence with numbers and gain a qualification.
Good numeracy skills may unlock job opportunities and lead to higher wages or prepare you for further study. They also help in everyday life, such as helping children with homework and budgeting money.
There are courses for beginners to more advanced courses such as GCSE Maths, Functional Skills Qualifications, or equivalent, so you will be able to learn at a pace that suits you.
Who is it for?
All adults and businesses across the UK can benefit from Multiply.
Not sure if Multiply is for you?
You can check where your everyday skills are at, and where you could improve, through this quick and confidential quiz.
If you’re an employer, Multiply can help you assess the skill level of your workforce.
We will be running a series of short courses, each lasting 3 hours, covering the following topics.
My Energy (Costs) Focused on the increased costs surrounding energy and fuel, with discussions on understanding utility bills and practical ways of reducing costs in the home.
Starts 9:30 am until 12:30 pm at Shipton Street, with Maria.
Cooking on a Budget An introductory session to teach learners how to plan and cook simple, healthy, nutritious meals that are both affordable and delicious.
- Saturday 18th November 2023
- Saturday 20th January 2024
- Saturday 24th February 2024
You only need to attend one session and it lasts for 3 hours.
Each course starts at 9:30am and finishes at 12:30pm.
6 places only on each, booking is essential!
My Green World Teaches about climate change, the environment, and sustainability to:
- Develop a sense of responsibility for the environment.
- Encourage students to get involved in community-based environmental initiatives.
- Become active participants in creating a more sustainable world.
Numeracy for Me (ESOL) Helps learners to see the relevance of numeracy in their everyday lives. This would include words and phrases related to numbers, basic maths such as handling money, measurements, weight, and time.
The programme is delivered by Sheffield City Council and is funded by UK Government through the South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority.
Telephone: 0114 270 2042
Or fill out the enquiry form below