• No previous training or experience is required beyond being employed.

  • Interest in improving mathematical proficiency and confidence with numbers.

Relevant audiences

  • Professionals at all levels.

Learning outcomes

  • Master simple calculations using arithmetic, fractions, percentages and powers.

  • Use maths to describe and solve real-world problems.

  • Apply maths for common financial applications such as credits and debits, interest, tax and investment appraisals.

  • Use mathematical techniques to visualise and interpret data sets to draw out insight.



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Clare Morris

Professor Clare Morris has more than 30 years’ experience of teaching mathematics and statistics to business students in some of the UK’s leading business schools, including Warwick Business School and the Cardiff University Business School. Clare holds an MA degree from the University of Oxford, and MSc and PhD from the University of Bristol. She is a Chartered Statistician and Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society, and has served as a member of the Council and chair of the Quality Improvement Committee. She has worked as a statistical consultant for major companies including Hewlett-Packard and Land Rover, as well as for a number of UK Government departments.


"Learning and development had not been created as a continuous activity. Training was often one off interventions with the impact difficult to measure. Filtered has helped us change that in a short period of time. The cultural change it has driven in terms of reinforcing an expectation of continuous learning at all levels is the biggest achievement to me."  
Kay Boycott | Chief Executive, Asthma UK 


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