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 develop their functional mathematics and numeracy skills in the context of activities about the world of work.
Entry 1  30
The learner will develop a basic knowledge of numbers up to 10, for use in everyday situations.
Entry 1  10
Learners will be able to use proportion to change recipes and work out the cost of ingredients to make a three course meal.
Level 1  10
Learners will engage in and respond to activities in the context of the UK.
WTE1  10
The learner will develop their functional mathematics and numeracy skills in the context of activities about the world of work.
Entry 2  30
The learner will develop knowledge of measures of time, for use in everyday situations.
Entry 2  10
The learner will secure a basic level of computation and calculation related to sums of money.
Level 1  10
Learners will develop their literacy and maths skills in the context of learning about the UK.
Entry 3  10
Learners will take part in a breakfast club where they try different breakfast foods and drinks.
Entry 2  20
The learner will develop skills for using money and to develop strategies to check the accuracy of transactions in everyday situations.
Entry 3  20
The learner will develop fundamental knowledge of numbers up to 100, for use in everyday situations.
Entry 2  10
Learners will follow a set fitness trail, use the equipment for its intended purpose and recognise the different body parts being used.
Entry 3  10
The learner will develop a good basic understanding of arithmetic and computation with whole numbers.
Level 1  30
The learner will develop their literacy and numeracy skills through planning an event and experiencing different forms of entertainment.
Entry 1  10
The learner will develop the knowledge and skills needed to provide simple descriptions and comparisons for weight and for capacity, for use in everyday situations.
Entry 1  10
The learner will develop basic numeracy skills for work with numbers up to 10, for use in everyday situations.
Entry 1  30
The learner will develop a basic level of knowledge and skills to enable them to work with time, distance and other common measurements.
Level 1  20
The learner will be able to tell the time at o’clock on both analogue and digital clocks and sequence key events in the day.
Entry 1  10
The learner will be able to prepare a healthy meal to a set budget.
Entry 3  10
The learner will develop their literacy and numeracy skills through responding to and engaging with preparation for events and experiencing different forms of entertainment.
WTE1  10