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Mathematics Functional Skills Level 2 at Kendal College

Course description

All students are able to undertake Functional Skills at a level appropriate to them. Levels available are Entry 1, 2, 3, Level 1, Level 2.

You will work on your own and in small groups within a relaxed and supportive atmosphere. A wide range of materials will be used and related as much as possible to your life experience.

Course content

You will develop maths skills including:

- Using a calculator efficiently

- Ways to multiply

- Fractions

- Percentages

- Charts and graphs

- Metric measures

- Statistics

Entry requirements

An initial assessment will be completed in the first few weeks of the course to establish the level you are working at.

All students interested in this course should contact the course tutor prior to enrolment: Jane Harrison:


On-line assessment, paper based or on-line tests at an appropriate level.

Future opportunities

The workshops will develop your employability and transferable skills, which will be useful for all career paths.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Kendal College directly.

Last updated date: 21 April 2016
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