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Numeracy Courses

Free numeracy sessions for Greater Manchester residents.
Various locations in Greater Manchester

Multiply offers easy access to FREE numeracy courses that can help you brush up your maths skills and help you become more confident with numbers for work or everyday life.

Our Multiply courses are available to Greater Manchester residents who may need help with managing their bills, helping children or grandchildren with homework, budgeting or want to improve their potential at work. Good numeracy skills may also unlock job opportunities and lead to higher wages or prepare you for further study.

There are courses for beginners to more advanced courses such as GCSE Maths, Functional Skills qualifications, or equivalent, so you will be able to learn at a pace that suits you.

When does the course start?

Once you have registered your interest using the button above, a member of the team will contact you to discuss your start date - we have lots of sessions to choose from!

What does the course cover?

We offer a wide range of engaging sessions, here are some examples:

Building Numeracy Confidence

  • Numeracy for Life
  • Keeping up with the kids – designed to help parents with Maths homework

Healthy/Independent Living

  • Healthy living on a budget
  • Maths for Shoppers
  • Cooking on a budget

Reducing the Cost of Living

  • Managing your money
  • Bag a bargain – introduction to shopping/discounts/comparison sites

Numeracy for Employment

  • Numeracy for the Healthcare, Construction, Management and Hospitality sectors
  • Numeracy in the workplace
  • Numeracy for ESOL career starters
What are the entry requirements?

Multiply sessions are FREE for Greater Manchester residents who meet the following funding requirements:

  • Are aged 19+
  • Have a basic level of written and spoken English
  • Right to Work Documentation required (including a passport/birth certificate/BRP Residency Card) 
  • Proof of address required (council tax, utility bill, benefits letter etc.) 
  • Must not have completed a Level 2 in maths