## Description

This intensive course will help you revise for **Functional Skills Level 2 maths in 6 weeks**. On passing the Functional Skills maths Level 2, you will get the equivalent of a GCSE C or 4 (new classification) and would be able to use it to complete an apprenticeship, an access to higher education course or apply to university.

## Entry Requirements

There are no age restrictions for working towards this qualification and no specific prior achievements required. However, it may be useful to have completed a Maths qualification at Level 1.

## Course Duration

6 weeks

## Study method and support

- This is an online course that allows you to study from anywhere and at any time.
- Unlimited Email support (work marked and feedback given)
- Weekly phone/ remote tuition support (30 min each) – (Zoom, Appear-in)
- Two mock exams (week 6) with feedback given to determine if you are exam ready.

## Certification

This is a revision course and prepares you for the Functional Skills maths Level 2 exam, which you should take separately.

## Course Content

### Using numbers and the number system

- use numbers of any size
- read, write and make use of positive and negative integers of any size
- use, order and compare integers, fractions, decimals, percentages and ratios as well as recognise the value of a digit in any whole or decimal number
- use numerical and spatial patterns for a purpose
- calculate with, and convert between, numbers written as fractions, decimals, percentages and ratios

### Use of common measures, shape and space

- handle relationships between measurements of various kinds
- use angles and coordinates when involving position and direction
- make use of geometric properties in calculations with 2-D and 3-D shapes and understand the relationships between them

### Handle information and data

- construct, interpret and evaluate a range of statistical diagrams
- calculate and interpret probabilities
- calculate, analyse, compare and interpret appropriate data sets, tables, diagramsand statistical measures such as common averages (mean, median, mode) and spread (range)
- use statistics to compare sets of data
- identify patterns and trends from data as well as recognise simple correlation

### Solving mathematical problems and decision making

- read, understand, and use mathematical information and mathematical terms
- address individual problems as described above
- use knowledge and understanding to a required level of accuracy
- identify suitable operations and calculations to generate results
- analyse and interpret answers in the context of the original problem
- check the sense and reasonableness of answers
- present and explain results clearly and accurately demonstrating reasoning to support the process and show consistency with the evidence presented