Free maths courses for adults content

Free maths courses for adults

Multiply is a new FREE fully-funded programme designed to elevate your numeracy skills and boost your confidence in dealing with mathematical challenges. Whether you’re looking to boost your number skills to progress at work or to help with daily tasks, Multiply could be the next step in unlocking your potential.

Why Choose Multiply? 

  • Fully Funded: Our courses are entirely FREE, thanks to funding from the Highland Council. 
  • Real-Life Applications: We cover practical topics tailored to your everyday life from Christmas budgeting to workplace spreadsheet skills. 
  • Engaging Sessions: Join experienced instructors in a relaxed and accessible learning environment. 
  • Confidence Building: Multiply is not just about arithmetic; it's about building confidence and enhancing everyday skills. 

Who Can Benefit? 

  • Adults looking to enhance their mathematical proficiency 
  • Parents aiming to support their children's studies 
  • Individuals seeking to make more informed financial decisions 

Multiply North and Multiply West are funded by the Highland Council as a new programme to help transform the lives of adults across the UK, by improving their functional numeracy and is part of the UK Government Shared Prosperity Fund. 

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Multiply North

Join short one-and-a-half-hour sessions at our Thurso campus:

  • Build confidence with numbers
  • Parents: Boost your confidence with numbers
  • Personal Budgets
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Multiply West

Discover a range of courses:

  • Free bespoke sessions for business: empower your employees with customised math and numeracy skills. Contact us for an initial discussion.
  • Budgeting for Beginners: A 6-8 week programme to build your confidence in budgeting.
Insights from recent studies content

Insights from recent studies

Recent studies have found that homeschooling during lockdown has highlighted how hard some adults find maths. In their recent poll, National Numeracy found that nearly a third of the 2000 adults struggled with basic problems and 29% would avoid doing maths.