Level 2 Functional Skills Math - MK College

Level 2 Functional Skills – Math

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Learn how to use numbers and the number system, measures, shapes and space, handling information and data.

What will I do?

Unit 1 Summary:

You will focus on developing your understanding of whole numbers, decimals, multiplication, division, rounding, square numbers and fractions, percentages, converting between fractions and decimals, ratios, and inverse and direct proportions.

Unit 2 Summary:

In this unit, you will explore the importance of time and the relationships between time and money, convert between measures, calculate perimeter, area and volume, 2D & 3D shapes, tessellation, symmetry, coordinates and angles, and calculate measurements from scales.

Unit 3 Summary:

You will focus on calculating mean, mode, median, and range, calculating probability, and drawing and interpreting graphs, charts, and tables.

What’s next?

This qualification will help you gain employment, apply for other college courses at Level 2, and develop your knowledge and understanding of maths.

Is it for me?

This course is ideal for anyone looking to develop their knowledge and understanding of Functional Skills in Maths, including those who may still need to pass their Maths qualifications in an educational setting. It’s perfect for anyone seeking greater employability requiring these skills, those whose job roles involve being aware of Functional Skills in Maths, and anyone interested in this topic for personal or career reasons.

entry requirements

You will complete an assessment before starting the course, to check that this is the correct level for you.

Course Information

  1. Functional Skills Qualification in Mathematics at Level 2






    • FEES

    • 19 – 23


    • 24+


    • Overseas


More information is available on Fees & Funding for 19 + here and EEA Nationals here.


The course is online, so you can complete it from the comfort of your own home. There are no Teams or Zoom meetings; you just need to ensure that you meet the deadlines for each assignment. Your assessor will provide feedback once you submit your assignments.

How will my progress be monitored?

Your assessor will give you feedback on each assignment that you submit and offer you additional resources to help you improve in specific areas.

You will be asked to show your workings out as part of the assessment questions – this is a mandatory requirement to complete each question.

How will I be assessed?

The course is made up of regular assignments with an exam at the end of the course.

How much will I have to study each week?

You will need to have around 60 hours to study this course, that’s around 6-10 hours per week.

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