If you’re an adult learner, Skills Anytime can help you to improve your English and maths skills, enhancing your career prospects and opportunities for further study. All employers value good English and maths skills, so by developing your knowledge in these areas, you will notice that both your study and career prospects will improve.
We have put together some FAQs below, which we hope will answer some of your questions about Skills Anytime.
What levels do the Skills Anytime courses cover?
The Skills Anytime Functional Skills courses cover:
- Initial Assessment: Entry Level 1 to Level 2
- Diagnostic Assessment: Entry Level 1 to Level 2
- Maths Learning Resources: Entry Level 1 to Level 2
- English Learning Resources: Entry Level 1 to Level 2
- Skill Checks: Entry Level 3 to Level 2
The Skills Anytime GCSE course covers the whole GCSE curriculum.
What will my course(s) comprise of?
The Functional Skills course is made up of four parts. These are:
- An Initial Assessment
- A Diagnostic Assessment
- Learning Resources
- Skill Checks
The GCSE course is made up of a Diagnostic Assessment and Learning resources. Find out more here.
Will Skills Anytime help me to get a job?
The Skills Anytime courses will help you to improve your English and maths skills. These skills are recognised by employers all around the globe, and as such, could be a contributing factor in helping you to get the job you want.
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