• To identify whole numbers and apply fundamental number skills to everyday mathematical situations.
  • To use units of measurement.
  • To use spatial awareness to describe position, location and shape.
  • To collect, represent and interpret statistical information.
  • Practise scheduling familiar activities in a time frame such as a calendar, online organiser or diary.
  • Practise managing money and making simple purchases within the community.
  • Use a variety of tools to measure familiar items such as ingredients, distances and time.
  • Develop problem solving in real-life situations.
  • Needs to further develop their mathematical skills.
  • Requires flexible and individualised programs.
  • Would like to become more independent in self and financial management.

Course Overview

You have

  • No previous experience.
  • A willingness to improve my numeracy skills.

TASC course

Preliminary Mathematics Stage 2

May lead to

  • Access achievable pathways to further education and training, a range of employment outcomes, or inclusion in appropriate community option settings.