British Sign Language Introduction

Description

Enrolment Requirements

This course is for anyone who wishes to learn some basic techniques of British Sign Language. You do not need any previous experience of British Sign Language to start this class, it will introduce you to techniques used to help you decide if you would like to progress to an accredited course.

Signatures, the awarding body, set entry requirements for learners to have sufficient sight, manual dexterity, facial and body movement to produce and receive BSL.

What will I learn on this course?

    • The BSL introduction course will include the following topics:

 

    •  An introduction to deaf awareness

 

    •  Finger spelling names and places

 

    •  Meeting and greeting others

 

    •  Numbers, travel and directions

 

    •  Describing and asking about the weather

 

    •  Describing people, animals and objects around the home

 

    •  Time, dates and money

 

    •  Activities and interests, food and drink.

 

    • The course will be very practical and you will be given lots of opportunities to practice in pairs

 

    and small groups. Your tutor is a BSL user and your first session will be supported by a BSL interpreter.

Assessment and Awarding Body: Non-accredited

Activities and work will be assessed by your tutor.

Attendance?

You will be expected to attend every week. If you cannot attend you will be set work to ensure you meet your learning outcomes.

What else do I need to know?

You do not need to do any written work at home. However, practising between sessions will help you to reinforce signs and can be fun to do with family and friends, just as you would if you were learning a foreign language.

What could I do next?

This is not an accredited course but may encourage you to progress to the Level 1 in BSL.

Course Start Date(s)

Various - please see prospectus for further details.

Course Length

5 weeks

Course Price

Full Fee
£0.00

Discounted Fee
£0.00

Full Concession
£0.00

Enquire about this course