Exam Board: N/A
CONTENT & OVERVIEW
This course is suitable for those who have no or very little previous experience of British Sign Language. We strongly recommended that you attend the British Sign Language Taster session before attending this course – however it is not compulsory. During the taster session your will learn the British Sign Language Alphabet.
The course will cover the use of sign language in the following:
- personal Information
- food and drink
- any specific topic requests
If you are interested in a course please fill in the form at the bottom of this page or call us on 01724 862217. Alternatively, just call in to see us at Ashby Link. If you are a customer of the jobcentre please ask your work coach for a direct referral.
|29.04.20||Wednesday||6pm – 8pm||10 weeks||Ashby Link »||£65|
This course is designed for adults who have completed the Deaf Awareness and Alphabet course or those who have knowledge of the alphabet.
Visit the centre to complete an enrolment form.
You must be 19+ years of age by 31 August 2019. There are no formal entry requirements.
A variety of teaching and learning strategies will be employed including pair work, group work, games and songs.
The course is continuously assessed using a variety of assessments – question and answer, and observation.
Guidance is given throughout the course regarding opportunities and careers. Upon successful completion of this course, you can progress on to the Improvers British Sign Language course.
You will need to bring a notebook, a pen and an A4 folder with you.
HELPING YOU TO LEARN
Qualification (Vocational) courses only.
If you are in receipt of the following benefits, you may be eligible for full fee remission:
- Job Seeker’s Allowance
- Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) in the Work Related Activity Group (WRAG)
- Universal Credit and earning less than £338.00 a month (single claim) or £541.00 (household claim)
- Aged 19-23 yrs studying a first full Level 2 qualification
Fee remission is also available for eligible co-funded learners who are employed but on a low income (less than £16,009.50 annual gross salary)