If you struggle with numbers, you’re not alone, but it’s never too late to start improving.
This September, aka ‘Checktember’, PFG are working together with National Numeracy to encourage people to check their numeracy levels and start improving their confidence and skills with everyday numbers.
If you like, you can check your numeracy levels by using their free online learning tool.
“We’ve supported and donated to National Numeracy for a while now and their a perfect partner for us. As a finance company, numbers are something we deal with every day and so do our customers, who often struggle with maths while working out their finances. Brushing up on numbers can also help us be more confident at work and progress in our jobs. The online learning tool is easy to use and can be done in your own time at your own pace.” Social Impact Programme Manager, Cathy Prior
Understanding numbers can affect our confidence, or our ability to make changes to our lives.
If you can relate to Oreloe’s story, why not get started on the path to improving your skills? Get started here.
If you don’t relate to Oreleo’s story, but you know someone who might benefit from help with improving their every day maths, then spread the word.
Lots of people have found National Numeracy a great resource to help with anything from home-schooling, helping them to get that entry into an apprenticeship or further education / job search etc.
To find out more about how we support this charity, please take a look at page 56 of our Corporate Responsibility report here: https://www.providentfinancial.com/sustainability/corporate-responsibility-report-2020/)