Make sure the figures add up - it’s never too late to tackle a fear of numbers

Being confident with numbers can make a great difference to how well we function in our everyday lives.  We all need to use maths to make important daily decisions about what we spend money on, to plan journeys and even to make sure we choose the best deals in supermarkets.

If you want to ensure you are making the correct decisions you need to have a sound understanding of numbers and be able to apply a range of basic maths principles. Our maths courses will teach you numerical skills by using practical and relevant everyday examples.
Improved numeracy skills also lead to better paid jobs. Being good with numbers isn’t just for scientists and accountants, most professions now require at least a basic level of maths understanding to even start the training.

It’s called Adult Education
So school didn’t work out for you? Or maybe you think you couldn’t study again? There are many reasons why returning to learning can be a challenge, but there’s no better place than BAES to get your Maths skills up to speed. You’ll find our class sizes are smaller, you’ll be treated like an adult and you will be with people on the same wavelength, and at the same level.

Take your first step to a brighter future

Booking an Initial Assessment
It is important we find out your current level of skills so we can start you off at the right level. The first thing we ask is that you do an Initial Assessment at one of our centres. For GCSE Maths, you can book this by calling our Information Line on 0121 303 4318. For all other Maths courses, phone or drop into your local BAES centre from Tuesday 29 August. After we have your assessment results, you will then be offered a place on a course that is at the right level and, as far as possible, at a centre and time that is convenient for you.

Call our Information Line on 0121 303 4318 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you would like any more information or some help to find a Maths course.

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