Numeracy

This skill is about the ability to use numbers. It includes all aspects measuring and calculating. Being able to work with numbers is a skill highly valued by employers.

We found 315 challenges in the Skill 'Numeracy'

Challenge Level NLH
The learner will be able to collect data about their community, present their data and respond to questions about their data.
WTE1  10
The learner will participate in activities that allow them to experience nature and the environment.
WTE1  10
The learner will be able to identify and describe foods that will help them make budget meals for a week, and how to plan and make a meal.
Entry 3  20
The learner will be able to give and follow directions within a familiar community environment.
Entry 1  10
The learner will develop basic knowledge of measures of time, for use in everyday situations.
Entry 1  10
The learner will gain an understanding of vocabulary associated with length and using standard and non standard measure in practical situations.
Entry 1  10
The learner will be able to collect data about their community, present data and respond to questions about their data.
Entry 1  10
The learner will be able to collect data about their community, present their data and respond to questions about their data.
Entry 2  10
The learner will be able to give and follow directions within a familiar community environment.
Entry 2  10
The learner will be able to give and follow directions within a familiar community environment.
WTE1  10
The learner will be able to login to a train provider's website to book and pay for a return train ticket.
Entry 1  10
The learner will use the functional skills of money and number in activities linked to an enterprise project.
Entry 2  30
The learner will use the correct vocabulary to compare objects by their weights and will begin to order and measure the weights of objects using non-standard units.
Entry 2  10
The learner will use the functional skills of money and number in activities linked to an enterprise project.
Entry 3  30
The learner will develop skills using time, in everyday situations.
Entry 3  10
The learner will be able to design and construct a model.
WTE1  10
The learner will gain an understanding of vocabulary associated with length and using standard and non standard units in practical situations.
Entry 2  10
The learner will demonstrate independent use of an ATM cash machine to withdraw money and obtain receipt.
Level 1  10
The learner will understand the basic rules of hurling and the equipment needed to play.
Level 1  10
The learner will develop skills in using positional vocabulary in everyday situations.
Entry 3  10