Does the thought of needing to do maths at work or at home make you anxious?
Whether you need to get better at managing your bills and budgeting, improving your potential at work or helping your children with their homework, the government's free Multiply programme can help you. Lots of people feel anxious about everyday maths and the Multiply programme is hoping to boost people's confidence in numeracy.
Recently launched in Surrey, Multiply courses are available to anyone aged 19+ who does not have a GCSE at grade C (or equivalent) in maths. Course providers like Surrey Adult Learning, East Surrey College, National Numeracy and Windsor Forest College Group are offering free and easy to access courses and initiatives to help brush up numeracy skills.
You can attend courses online or in person across Surrey. Whether you simply want to boost your confidence with everyday maths to help with your child with their homework or take your first steps towards to more advanced offers such as GCSE Maths, Level 2 Functional Skills Qualification, or equivalent, you will be able to learn at a pace that suits you.
Find courses and support to help you
For courses available in Surrey visit the Surrey Council Multiply web page.
For national courses and a numeracy test visit the Multiply skills for life web page.
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