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As well as developing skills in Makaton, British Sign Language or lipreading, our courses will help you gain confidence in communicating and managing hearing loss to participate again more fully in everyday life.

British Sign Language Basics View details

This is a Basic BSL course that will cover a range of different topics to help to build the learners sign vocabulary and perhaps evoke a desire to learn more sign to enable more communication with the deaf community!

British Sign Language Basics - Taster View details

This is a Basic BSL course that will cover a range of different topics to help to build the learners sign vocabulary and perhaps evoke a desire to learn more sign to enable more communication with the deaf community!

British Sign Language for Beginners View details

Over the course we will look at introductory British sign language signs to enable the student to hold a basic conversation with someone from the deaf community. You will learn to fingerspell, ask and answer simple questions and a little on the history and use of BSL in society. We will also look at how to become more deaf aware and other methods of deaf communication such as lip reading.

Introduction to British Sign Language View details

British Sign Language (BSL) is used by around 70,000 Deaf people as their main or preferred method of communication in the UK. Come and learn British Sign language for a new experience, to gain new skills, as well as learning about the Deaf culture and community around you.

Introduction to British Sign Language View details

During the course you will learn hints and tips for effective signing and symbol use. You will learn to sign a range of names and words used in everyday situations and how to use them at home and work.

Level 1 Award in British Sign language View details

This course will enable you to take the Level 1 Award in British Sign Language offered by Signature, the leading awarding body for qualifications in Deaf and Deaf blind communication. At the end of the qualification, you will be able to: understand and use a limited range of simple words and sentences in BSL; take part in simple, everyday conversations in BSL; give and follow simple directions or instructions in BSL; plus give and follow simple familiar statements or descriptions in BSL

Sign Language View details

During the course you will learn hints and tips for effective signing and symbol use. You will learn to sign a range of names and words used in everyday situations and how to use them at home and work.