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Leading the way for English and maths


Skills Forward provides some of the UK’s leading eLearning assessment solutions for Functional Skills and GCSEs. We are also the first company to introduce an online Functional Skills package in the UK.


We are part of the NCFE group and our core purpose is to promote and advance learning. We believe that everyone should have access to learning and the opportunity to develop new skills – for everyday life, as well as progression into employment or further education.


Leading the way for English & maths


Skills Builder is a comprehensive eLearning solution for Functional Skills and GCSEs that includes Ofsted and ESFA compliant assessments, detailed skills diagnostics, video tutorials, progression tracking and innovative resources to aid skills development and increase workforce productivity.


Bespoke Digital Portfolio


Designed for anyone undertaking training, Skills Portfolio is a digital portfolio system that manages the complete end-to-end learner journey and allows you to assess remotely, monitor learner progress, create immediate dashboard reports, and manage your quality assurance.


Mobile App


Our new simple-to-use mobile app allows you to record visits, add evidence, update Individual Learning Plans (ILPs) and capture real signatures wherever you are.


Employability Assessment


Skills Work is our psychometric test that will quickly, accurately and objectively measure a learner’s core employability skills.


Get in touch to find out how Skills Forward can work for you. info@skillsforward.co.uk


0300 102 1023 skillsforward.co.uk


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