NUMERACY Professional Skills Test Support Sessions

If you have applied to the University of Wolverhampton for teacher training, join us for a free Numeracy Professional Skills Test support session.

Book a place on a free Numeracy Skills Test Session






Saturday 24th November '18  10am - 12pm  WA039  Walsall Campus 
Saturday 1st December '18 10am - 12pm WA039 Walsall Campus
Saturday 15th December '18 10am - 12pm WA039 Walsall Campus

More dates to be confirmed. Watch this space!

Booking is ideal however not always essential so if you decide to attend any sessions last minute without booking, this will not be a problem and you can still attend.

Eligibility to attend these weekly sessions:

  • You must have submitted an application to the University of Wolverhampton for a teacher training course within our Early Years (EYTS), Primary or Secondary Education training provision (all routes). 
  • This application must be either awaiting a decision or have been successful in gaining an offer to study with us.
  • Applicants will not be eligible to attend these sessions if your application has been unsuccessful.

Attendance is monitored closely so please adhere to this criteria.

VIEW our Numeracy Professional Skills Test Videos

NEW Changes from Department of Education - in effect since 15 February 2018

• Candidates will have unlimited attempts to achieve a test pass. 
• The 2-year lockout period will be removed; candidates previously locked out will be able to book tests for both subjects.
• All candidates will be able to book 3 tests per subject, free of charge. A charge will be applied from the fourth test attempt per subject.

If you have paid for and taken a second or third attempt at a test on or after 24 October 2017 and before 14 February 2018, you will automatically receive a refund for the cost of your test.


Rosina "I passed my 3rd Numeracy attempt after attending a couple of sessions - definitely recommend them!" (May, 2018)

Jessica "I want to express how amazing the support sessions were that are available at the university for the professional skills tests. It's brilliant that they are free and so frequent. I attended both numeracy and literacy support sessions and found them so beneficial." (August 2016)