Apply Now
Icon

Adults

English and Maths

West Lancashire College offer English and Maths Adult courses to those over the age of 19 and for any students aged between 16-18, we have a fantastic Maths A Level course in which you can study upon. 

 

 

Next Event

Work For Us Recruitment Event

West Lancashire College Wednesday 13th March 2024 4:00pm - 6:30pm Find out more

What can I study?

English Language GCSE

Our part-time GCSE course will give you a chance to study at a time that suits you. Classes are 2 hours long and occur on Tuesday or Wednesday from 6pm-8pm. 

Length: 34 Weeks
Study: Part Time
Start date: 4th September 2024
Location: West Lancashire College

View Course

Functional Skills English Level 1

The Functional Skills English classes can help to improve employability and enhance future educational or career prospects.

Length: 18 Weeks
Study: Part Time
Location: West Lancashire College

View Course

Functional Skills English Level 2

The Functional Skills English classes can help to improve employability and enhance future educational or career prospects.

Length: 18 Weeks
Study: Part Time
Location: West Lancashire College

View Course

Functional Skills English Entry Level 1

The Functional Skills English classes can help to improve employability and enhance future educational or career prospects.

Length: 18 Weeks
Study: Part Time
Location: West Lancashire College

View Course

Functional Skills English Entry Level 2

The Functional Skills English classes can help to improve employability and enhance future educational or career prospects.

Length: 18 Weeks
Study: Part Time
Location: West Lancashire College

View Course

Functional Skills English Entry Level 3

The Functional Skills English classes can help to improve employability and enhance future educational or career prospects.

Length: 18 Weeks
Study: Part Time
Location: West Lancashire College

View Course

Functional Skills Mathematics Level 1

The Maths classes can help to improve employability and enhance future educational or career prospects.

Length: 18 Weeks
Study: Part Time
Location: West Lancashire College

View Course

Functional Skills Mathematics Level 2

The Maths classes can help to improve employability and enhance future educational or career prospects.

Length: 18 Weeks
Study: Part Time
Location: West Lancashire College

View Course

Functional Skills Maths Entry Level 1

The Maths classes can help to improve employability and enhance future educational or career prospects.

Length: 18 Weeks
Study: Part Time
Location: West Lancashire College

View Course

Functional Skills Mathematics Entry Level 2

The Maths classes can help to improve employability and enhance future educational or career prospects.

Length: 18 Weeks
Study: Part Time
Location: West Lancashire College

View Course

Functional Skills Mathematics Entry Level 3

The Maths classes can help to improve employability and enhance future educational or career prospects.

Length: 18 Weeks
Study: Part Time
Location: West Lancashire College

View Course

GCSE (9-1) in Mathematics

This part-time course is taught by experienced tutors who can help you to become qualified. Our courses run on a Tuesday and Wednesday from 6pm until 8pm for a number of weeks at our campus.

Length: 34 Weeks
Study: Part Time
Start date: 2nd September 2024
Location: West Lancashire College

View Course

Contact our team

Good to know

What can I do with a qualification in English and Maths?

Daily tasks:

  • Provides communication support for the hard of hearing or the visually impaired.
  • Converts documents or spoken statements from original or source language into another language.
  • Writes instruction manuals and user guides, technical reports, catalogues and indexes, prepares sales literature and writes technical articles for trade journals.
  • Negotiates contracts with freelance agents and with buyer on behalf of writer.
  • Selects material for publication, checks style, grammar and accuracy of content, arranges for any necessary revisions and checks proof copies before printing.
  • Generates and develops creative ideas for literary material.
  • Determines subject matter and researches as necessary by interviewing, attending public events, seeking out records, observing etc..

Median Salary

£28,664 View more