Skills and Support
Skills and Support
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Improve your maths skills and employability for free with Twin!
Numeracy is a valuable life skill and used every day whatever life or job you have. It is the ability to understand and use maths in daily life, such as improving household finances, helping children with homework, making more sense of the stats and facts in the media, or something specific to your line of work.
People who improve their numeracy skills are more likely to be in employment, have higher wages, and better wellbeing, and will be more able to progress to higher levels of free training to secure a skilled job.
Working with West Sussex County Council, we are running a series of courses online, and face-to-face, which could help you improve your numeracy skills, including:
Enquire today and see below for more detailed course information.
There are several free courses available. An initial assessment when you apply will help you decide which would be most relevant / beneficial to you.
First Steps to Numeracy
It could be planning and budgeting for food, managing household bills, or understanding measurements for recipes or home improvements. Through our first steps numeracy sessions, we aim to demystify how numbers can help you to gain confidence and explore how this can benefit your everyday life. Our skills checks will help identify what numbers mean to you and how we can assist you in enhancing your knowledge and understanding through bite-sized individualised support.
Addition to Employment
Is numeracy a challenge in everyday life and preventing you from taking up work opportunities? Embrace the challenge and let us help you to improve your confidence and current skills levels. Through an initial assessment we can help to identify and create a pathway to learning and employment through our employer networks and support you to obtain skills and access the qualifications to improve your chances of employment, an apprenticeship or further training. We will also support you with how to work out the impact that employment will have on your finances and benefit entitlement.
Parents – You and Me 123
Our exciting activities introduce parents and children to short, fun resources to improve and gain confidence in maths at early key stage 1. Engage in activities to learn and understand how maths is taught in school and incorporated into everyday life and develop confidence in helping your children with homework. Parents considering applying to teaching or volunteering roles will also gain valuable insight and skills to enhance CV’s and applications to schools, with the opportunity to progress maths skills with further training opportunities.