Primary Care Apprenticeships: Functional Skills


Functional Skills English and Maths are requested to start an apprenticeship or to progress in any kind of position; they provide people of all education levels with accessible skills to improve reading, writing and communications, allow a better understanding of numbers and mathematical concepts, and are one of the most popular qualifications taken by adult learners.


In the primary care sector, employees or new starters wishing to undertake an apprenticeship pathway will need to have a recognised GCSE or GCSE-equivalent qualification such as a Level 2 Functional Skills qualification to apply.


Functional Skills providers recognised by Kent & Medway Training Hubs:


You will be required to take an online initial assessment to ascertain your level and to place you in the right class.


Courses are delivered online in real time with options of morning, afternoon, twilight, evening and weekend classes.


Kent Adult Education:


Enquiries to: skillsonlineeandmfs@kent.gov.uk


For more information please email Curriculum leader : kemi.osinowo@kent.gov.uk


Runway Training:


More information on the Runway Training website.


For more information, please contact Ollie Porter ollieporter@runwaytraining.co.uk


Functional Skills flyer:

Functional Skills Flyer
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