Using OneFile to deliver Functional Skills
The new Functional Skills qualifications in English and maths have more content, more guided learning hours and more assessments than ever before. The problem is, all this additional content hasn’t been matched with additional funding. In fact, as Functional Skills have been removed from the apprenticeship allowance, funding for Functional Skills has never been tighter.
This means you need to make sure your delivery is as effective and efficient as possible – and that’s where OneFile comes in. OneFile’s learning software has loads of built-in features to support learners – like a content builder, knowledge tests, instant messaging and progress dashboards. It means learners can access all the learning content they need online, and tutors can log in to monitor progress and provide constructive feedback to demonstrate the learner journey.
With OneFile, you can use past papers to create mock tests, and complete mock speaking and listening tests via video conferencing. Evidence of learning and mock assessments can be recorded and stored online in the learner's portfolio to reflect progress. With OneFile, the entire learning journey is recorded online, so it's easier to support learners towards the end tests.
- Online learning content
- Mock quizzes
- Portfolio of evidence
- Video calling
- Learning journal
- Bespoke templates
- Prebuilt qualifications
With all of these features and tools at your fingertips, Functional Skills delivery is efficient, effective and engaging. Tutors can monitor learner progress and provide personalised support online – helping learners complete their qualification faster.
To find out more about OneFile and how it can be used to improve your Functional Skills delivery, download this Functional Skills guide.
Or to see OneFile in action, book a demo with a member of our team. They’ll take you on a personalised tour of the system and you can ask any questions you have.
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