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Maths Literacy means having the ability to problem-solve, reason and analyse information. Maths Literacy is the second key step for all students, beyond language literacy. It is the ability to use numbers to help solve real-world problems.

Students can consider themselves Maths literate when they can confidently and effectively use Math concepts and can recognize how to transfer their skills to help them solve problems.

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The essential purposes of the mathematical literacy requirements are that, as the learner progresses with confidence through the levels, the learner will grow in:

An insightful use of mathematics in the management of the needs of everyday living to become a self-managing person. An understanding of mathematical applications that provides insight into the learner’s present and future occupational experiences and so develop into a contributing worker. And the ability to voice a critical sensitivity to the role of mathematics in a democratic society and to become a participating citizen.

In this course, one will be learning about the purpose of the analysis and how it is confirmed with stakeholders. One will also learn about the different methods of analysis and data gathering which will be described in terms of their strengths, weaknesses, features, and applications. This course will also cover the role and importance of objectives within the context of the analysis while taking cognisance of their function and value to the organisation. One will also learn how to define a gap analysis and make recommendations for bridging the gap. Lastly, one will learn about how the content accurately reflects the analysis, the objectives, and the recommendations for producing the written report.


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