Managing money and number confidence

Multiply is offering a range of workshops and courses to help build your skills and confidence to deal with everyday life.

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Our courses are ideal for adults aged 19+ who don't already have a GCSE grade C/4 or higher in maths or equivalent, or have lost the maths skills they need for everyday life or work.

Keeping tab of costs

Learn how to use a tablet to keep track of your household expenses and how to compare prices across different supermarkets. After completing this course, you will understand how to use an application such as Excel to keep a track of your spending.

A course such as Digital Skills for Beginners would be a great follow-up course.

To enrol, please ring our FREE phone 0800 988 0308 and quote the course name or code, or use the enquiry form on the GoLearn website

Community and further education providers

Leicestershire County Council has partnered with a number of different providers to deliver Multiply. Please follow the links below to find out more about what they offer and how you can access the different opportunities to improve your number confidence and skills.

  • CASE - support with business numbers, personal budgeting and improving number ability at work
  • Citizens Advice - gain confidence with numbers and improve your ability to manage your money
  • Falcon Support Services - support for vulnerable, homeless, or at risk of homelessness to manage money and enter employment, training, or education
  • Forever Savvy - support for adults with learning difficulties to enhance their skills for living
  • Helping Hands - overcome anxiety with numbers with practical support around family budgets
  • Home Start - gain confidence using numbers with family courses around healthy eating and wellbeing
  • The Marlene Reid Centre - support for parents to plan, budget, and prepare family meals
  • Rural Community Council - support with everyday maths, homework, and understanding money
  • Think FC - practical support with monthly budgets, mortgages, pensions, employment and more
  • Voluntary Action Leicestershire - support with managing money, training, and volunteering
  • Building Heroes - numeracy construction training for ex-service personnel, with progression into construction trades