Introduction to Functional Skills in Oxford
Functional skills level 2 qualifications are equivalent to a grade C at GCSE level. Level 2 qualifications in maths and English are now required by the majority of employers and all University courses. Having functional skills level 2 qualifications will allow you to apply to University and will improve employment opportunities. Functional skills exams can have much faster results and can be taken at any point during the year, unlike the standard GCSE. The course itself contains less content, making it much more accessible for learners with other commitments such as work or childcare.
Level 2 Courses
There are many colleges in Oxford where you can enrol to sit functional skills qualifications. A lot of students will complete the course in addition to other access courses and qualifications. If you aren’t able to attend college, the course can also be done at home using distance learning. This is a popular option for adult learners as it can be done easily around other commitments such as work or childcare. At Pass Functional Skills we are dedicated to assisting learners in finding the ideal functional skills level 2 course for them, regardless of whether they prefer to take the course from the comfort of their home or attend a centre in Oxford and its surrounding regions.
Level 2 Exams
Our service offers you the convenience of booking and taking your level 2 functional skills exams in Oxford. We have multiple test centres and college courses available in Oxford and its surrounding areas, which you can find in the list of locations below. Additionally, you have the flexibility to choose whether you want to take a course or simply book an exam if you feel ready. These level 2 qualifications are essential for various career paths, such as nursing or joining the Police force, and are crucial if you wish to progress into a senior role at work.
Revision Materials and Past Papers
To help learners with their preparation for their exams, we have lots of free functional skills resources as well as course materials. See the list below to help you start your revision.