• The 1st4sport Functional Skills Qualification in English at Level 1 is split into three components that focus on the development of effective communication skills in the following areas:

    • Speaking, listening and communication: The use of non-written communication.
    • Reading: The independent understanding of written language and text.
    • Writing: The independent construction of written text to communicate.

    The qualification has been contextualised specifically for the active leisure, learning and well-being sector, making for a more engaging and relevant experience for your learners.

  • The 1st4sport Functional Skills Qualification in English at Level 2 is split into three components that focus on the development of effective communication skills in the following areas:

    1. Speaking, listening and communication: Non-written communication in a purposeful context.
    2. Reading: Independent decoding and understanding of written language and text in a purposeful context.
    3. Writing: Independent construction of written text to communicate in a purposeful context.

    The qualification has been contextualised specifically for the active leisure, learning and well-being sector, making for a more engaging and relevant experience for your learners.

  • The 1st4sport Functional Skills Qualification in Mathematics at Level 1 is a single-component qualification with assessment that focuses on the following three interrelated process skills:

    1. representing: selecting the mathematics and information to model a situation
    2. analysing: processing and using mathematics
    3. interpreting: interpreting and communicating the results of the analysis.

    The qualification has been contextualised specifically for the active leisure, learning and well-being sector, making for a more engaging and relevant experience for your learners.

  • The 1st4sport Functional Skills Qualification in Mathematics at Level 2 is a single-component qualification with assessment that focuses on the following three interrelated process skills:

    1. representing: selecting the mathematics and information to model a situation
    2. analysing: processing and using mathematics
    3. interpreting: interpreting and communicating the results of the analysis.

    The qualification has been contextualised specifically for the active leisure, learning and well-being sector, making for a more engaging and relevant experience for your learners.

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