DID you know one in eight people in the UK is unable to use a Yellow Pages directory to look up a plumber?
If you, or someone you know, struggles with their reading skills, don't keep quiet, ask for some help now.
One way in which the Government is helping people is by providing basic skills training in English, maths and ICT and this is usually free of charge.
By having better reading, writing and maths skills people are able to prove to employers they are going to be able to deal with the requirements of the jobs they are advertising.
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If you do not have a GCSE (or an O-Level) in English and maths, then you can study these subjects for free regardless of income or work status.
If you are already working, improvements to your skills will help you to progress.
If you are out of work, by improving your skills you are proving your determination to succeed in job interviews and applications.
At City College Plymouth, staff are able to offer advice on a range of basic skills courses available and can help you to work out how these could be used to find work or improve your career prospects, so helping people in the city to achieve their full potential in their working lives.
Feel free to drop in to City College Plymouth for some impartial advice from qualified and experienced student advisers, or call 01752 305300.