This blog thouroughly explains varoius topics about Microsoft Excel in an easy-to-understand way. All of the content is free and up to date.
This online resource has 1000s of worksheets and resources to help learners improve their Functional Skills. All the resources are accessible without registering and can be freely used for teaching purposes. The resources and website are the copyright of Maggie Harnew.
Excellence Gateway (Formally Move-On)
This site used to be called Move-on and is now the Excellence Gateway and is an excellent resource for teachers who want their learners to practice: English, Maths, ESOL or Workskills.
There are numerous e-learning resources from Entry level 3 to Level 1 as well as mini-tests and resources for teaching staff.
This resource is excellent for learners who want to practice: English, Maths, and I.T.
There are great sample papers to test yourself or your learners to ensure that you get to the next level in your functional skills.
This workbook has been created specifically to meet the needs of our learners who want to improve their financial capability, with a focus on, monthly budgeting and maintaining a sustainable cash flow. The worksheet is based on the financial capability framework and can be accredited if you continue learning with Cooke Training Services.
You will need Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 to open this file (converters are available for older versions at Microsoft.com).
Alison.com is a free resource although you do have to pay for the certificates which you acquire. Alison is the next step up from Learn my way and GCF starting at level 3; it offers a wide range of online tutorials which will give you a more in-depth overview on how I.T. works as well as other subjects.