Maths Equivalency Support Programme: 3/3

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The following course provides an insight to mathematics and allows the student to build a foundation of knowledge when it comes to numeracy skills and mathematical requirements employers look for. Please ensure both the Maths Equivalency Support Programme intensives 1/3 and 2/3 have been completed before enrolling onto this course.
Mathematical skills have become more valued than ever. A range of degrees and careers require us to be have a basic understanding of maths that allows us to raise important questions. However, we often find maths and other aspects of numeracy rather daunting. The following course is aimed at an individual that has not experienced learning or gained a GCSE qualification in mathematics and would like to build on this in aid of their future. The course would benefit those wishing to learn beginners’ topics, including number and algebra. Through learning from worked examples, step by step videos and plenty of quizzes for individual development, this course will prepare anyone who feels uncertain with the foundations of maths.

This Intensive’s Sprints will be released coinciding with the 6 teaching weeks of block 4:

Topic 1 – visible to from 01/03/2021
Topic 2 – visible to from 08/03/2021
Topic 3 – visible to from 15/03/2021
Topic 4 – visible to from 22/03/2021
Topic 5 – visible to from 29/03/2021
Topic 6 – visible to from 26/04/2021
Key InformationPoints50Effort12 hoursPrerequisitesMaths Equivalency Support Programme 1/3
Maths Equivalency Support Programme 2/3
Release Date12 Nov 2020
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Victoria Herod is an Academic and Study Skills tutor at MMU (Numeracy Specialist), with a background in secondary maths teaching before joining HE education support.

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Kim Dunnell is a final year BSc Mathematics student at MMU. She runs a tutoring agency called ‘Manchester Maths and English Tuition’ alongside her University studies.

Robert Miles is a second year Mathematics student at MMU with multiple years experience in tutoring maths at both GCSE and A-Level standard.