Get Number Confident (Multiply)

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Course code: MP2277C

A short intensive course designed for those who want to build confidence in using numbers in everyday situations.

When and where


From 13 Jul 2023 to 25 Jul 2024
Thu times vary

50 weeks

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21 Mar 2024

12:45 to 14:15

28 Mar 2024

12:45 to 14:15

04 Apr 2024

12:45 to 14:15

18 Apr 2024

12:45 to 14:15

25 Apr 2024

12:45 to 14:15

02 May 2024

12:45 to 14:15

09 May 2024

12:45 to 14:15

16 May 2024

12:45 to 14:15

23 May 2024

12:45 to 14:15

06 Jun 2024

12:45 to 14:15

13 Jun 2024

12:45 to 14:15

20 Jun 2024

12:45 to 14:15

27 Jun 2024

12:45 to 14:15

04 Jul 2024

12:45 to 14:15

11 Jul 2024

12:45 to 14:15

18 Jul 2024

12:45 to 14:15

25 Jul 2024

12:45 to 14:15


Online learning 

BH15 1SY


Fees and concessions

Free. There is no tuition fee charged for this course.


Skills & Learning Adult Community Education

01202 123444

What the course is about

<li>Do you suffer with maths anxiety? </li>
<li>Is your fear of maths holding you back?</li>
<li>Do you want to improve your confidence and skills using numbers? </li>

<p>If you answered yes to any of these questions, this could be the course for you. It’s a short course with no exams and it focusses on building skills and confidence for people needing maths for everyday life. </p>

<p>This free course is specifically designed to cater for adults who want to improve their maths skills to help cope with everyday living.  Delivered to small groups and online, the sessions will boost your confidence with a basic understanding of numbers working at your own pace in a relaxed, friendly, and welcoming environment.  As the course is tailored to meet your needs you will be able to set your own targets each week.  </p>

<p>This 6-week course covers adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing and other maths topics essential for everyday life. </p>

<p>Your tutors will:</p>

<li>Introduce these topics in a straightforward way, using examples from real life</li>
<li>Give lots of opportunity to put your maths skills into practice </li>
<li>Provide regular feedback on your progress and support with any topics where you need more help </li>
<li>You will also have opportunities to move on to other courses when you have completed the six weeks. </li>

Pre-course information session or interview

<p>If you think this is the course for you, please <strong>Apply</strong> for a place and we will be in touch.</p>

<p>The first session will be a chat with your tutor to find out about your learning goals and check you are on the right course for your current level before we complete your enrolment. This may include an online assessment.</p>

Assessment of progress, tests, exams

<p>There are no exams on this course although you may be expected to complete some homework tasks and assessments.</p>

<p>Your tutors will review your progress with you from time to time to make sure you are staying on track for your learning goals.</p>

Who the course is for / Previous experience, knowledge or qualifications

<p>This course is for adults (19 or older) who do not already have GCSE maths at Grade C (4) or above or an equivalent Level 2 maths qualification.</p>

<p>It is for people who want to improve their maths skills and confidence for everyday situations and overcome maths anxiety.</p>

Materials and costs

<p>This course is funded by the Government’s Multiply fund. Therefore, there are no fees or charges for course materials. However, you are expected to have your own pens and pencils, paper, ruler and calculator.</p>

<p>We may be able to provide equipment loans and financial support for learners on a low income: <a href="" target="_blank">more information</a>.</p>