At Global Skills we prefer the personal touch. We deliver our Functional Skills in a classroom based environment, with a dedicated tutor for the duration of your course.
Using Microsoft Teams to assist our learning, we help cultivate a collaborative learning environment, with easy access to resources, learning sessions and a forum to discuss topics and other learnings with other students from your class.
Functional Skills English qualifications are available at five different levels: Entry Level 1, Entry Level 2, Entry Level 3, Level 1 and Level 2.
The Entry Level qualifications are designed for learners who have little or no previous experience of English and are designed to help them develop basic skills in reading, writing, speaking and listening.
The Level 1 and Level 2 qualifications are designed for learners who have some previous experience of English and are designed to help them develop more advanced skills in reading, writing, speaking and listening.
Functional Skills Maths qualifications are available at three different levels: Entry Level 1, Entry Level 2 and Level 1.
The Entry Level qualifications are designed for learners who have little or no previous experience of maths and are designed to help them develop basic skills in using numbers, carrying out calculations and interpreting results.
The Level 1 qualification in maths shows employers that you have the basics covered for many jobs. A Level 2 qualification in maths shows a good standard of maths and is required for many jobs.
Functional Skills English qualifications cover three key areas: speaking and listening, reading and writing.
The speaking and listening component assesses the ability to communicate effectively in a variety of contexts.
The reading component assesses the ability to read and understand a range of texts.
The writing component assesses the ability to write clearly, effectively and coherently
Functional Skills Maths qualifications cover four key areas: number, measure, geometry and statistics.
The number component assesses the ability to use numbers and the number system.
The measure component assesses the ability to use units of measurement.
The geometry component assesses the ability to use geometric principles and calculate perimeters, areas and volumes.
The statistics component assesses the ability to use statistical methods and interpret data.
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