Multiply Adult Keir Training & Recruitment

Helping adults have greater understanding of math’s through courses designed to enable both job seekers and those in employment to improve their numeracy skills for work.
  • Courses are bespoke to both individual businesses and the sectors they operate in
  • Support people who cannot apply for certain jobs because of insufficient numeracy skills to access such jobs 
  • Support people to upskill in numeracy to access new in-work career progression
  • Deliver math’s modules that are embedded into other vocational courses


Multiply is a new programme funded by the UK Government ‘Levelling-Up’ to help individuals improve their maths skills to enable individuals to understand how everyday maths can be used in daily life, home, and work. Including improving household finances, helping children with homework, making more sense of the stats and facts in the media, or improving numeracy skills specific to your line of work.

For more information on how Keir can support you to develop practical maths knowledge please.


Unlock your potential and pave the way for a brighter future with free numeracy courses from Multiply. If you’re 19 or older and lack a GCSE in Math with a grade below D, this is your opportunity to build your confidence with numbers and acquire a valuable qualification. Strong numeracy skills can open doors to better job prospects, higher earnings, and preparation for further studies. Take advantage of this chance to enhance your skills and shape your future.

Act now – enrol in a course today and start your journey towards success!

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Designated safeguarding lead: Millicent Davies

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