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LiFE Programme FAQs

No, as we provide topic hand outs and suggested activities that can be used in an alternative classroom setting. learners can then follow up independently by accessing the programme and completing the topic and activities.

Yes, specimen papers are available for tutors to access on the course site. A video demonstrating the e-learning platform is also available via website showing learners what to expect. Specimen papers are available for each unit, as PDFs or as online e-tests.

Registered centre staff have access to reset learners' passwords via MyLIBF login.

If you are already running the LiFE Programme you can tick a box next to the learner name and press submit to register them for the LiFE Award via MyLIBF. Alternatively you can contact the Financial Capability Support team who will talk you through the process.

Contextual mathematics is experienced throughout Unit 1 and Unit 2 but the more engaging activities are contained within Unit 2.

In the first instance, please contact our Financial Capability Co-ordinator at fccrm@libf.ac.uk or your regional Customer Relationship Manager, whose details you will find via your MyLIBF.

If you are not from a school or college, e.g. a charity, community centre or housing association and are interested in delivering LiFE, please contact the Community and Outreach Team at communityoutreach@libf.ac.uk or call 01227 818 680.  

 Unit  Cost
 Unit 1 LiFE Programme  £10
 Unit 2 and 3 LiFE Programme  £20
 Unit 1 formal assessment (LiFE Award Level 1)  £10 
 Unit 2 and Unit 3 formal assessment (LiFE Certificate Level 1/2)   £20
 Each resit attempt  £10

Yes. LiFE tutors have additional online functions to monitor individual learners' progress. They can see the last time they logged on and what stage the learner has reached. They can also view the results of each survey and end of topic quiz, and track progress. Spreadsheets of this data can be downloaded into Microsoft Excel and used to demonstrate progression and predict results.