Level 2 Maths: Garage Question Paper
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Do you need a maths qualification to improve your CV? We offer the Level 2 maths course for free to eligible adults and jobseekers.
When you complete the course you’ll receive a nationally-recognised City & Guilds qualification, which is a great way to prove your numerical ability to potential employers.
Interested in our Functional Skills Level 2 maths qualification? Read on about the course itself.
From working out percentages to understanding the different ways data can be presented, a Level 2 maths qualification will really help the numbers to add up.
The course is made up of three separate modules that consist of the following units:
Adding and subtracting
Multiplying and dividing
Ratio and proportion
Length and distance
Volume and capacity
Rectangles, squares and cuboids
Circles and cylinders
Interpreting 2D and 3D shapes
Getting information from tables and presenting data
Mean, median, mode and range
The Level 2 Functional Skills qualification is of exactly the same standard as a CSE (grade 1), GCSE (grade A*-C), O-Level (grade A-C), intermediate apprenticeship, Level 2 award, certificate, diploma, ESOL, essential skills, national certificate, national diploma and NVQ.
The qualification proves that the student can display a sound knowledge in every area of mathematics.
All of our maths courses are provided by learndirect, the UK’s largest provider of skills training. Their quality online course material, combined with our experienced in-house Tutors, have helped thousands of people upskill in maths and take the next step in their careers.
When the course is complete, learners will be awarded with a City & Guilds qualification, which is respected by employers all over the world.
It’s not an exaggeration to say that the skills learned during a Level 2 Functional Skills maths qualification will enrich you life. A lack of everyday maths skills can really hold you back, but this course will help understand everything from whole numbers and common measurements, to fractions, decimals and percentages. Also, quite often, a Level 2 maths qualification is the minimum numeracy level employers ask of candidates applying for positions. So completing this course won’t only improve your everyday maths skills, it’ll also open doors for a vocational change, too.