British Sign Language Level 1 Award - Evening

Course Title: L1 Award in British Sign Language
Course Code: POF0WFD033
Location / Venue: Oswestry Campus
Start Date: 16-Oct-17
Days: Monday
Times: 6:00pm-9.00pm
Weeks: 34
Tuition Fee: £320.00
Additional Fee: N/A Exams/Registration included


Have you thought about learning a new language? How about British Sign Language? Then Look no further your BSL level 1 classes are taught by a Deaf tutor Sue Hall. Courses generally start in September, as the usual academic year starts.

Course Aims 
Signature Level 1 Award in British Sign Language is designed to enable learners to communicate with Deaf people in British Sign Language (BSL).  A range of topics are studied that involve simple, everyday language use.  It provides an introduction to BSL and is suitable for all learners.  Deaf or hard of hearing, and Hearing people.

Course Information
The course is divided into three units and candidates are required to pass all units to gain the qualification.

The units include the following topics:
BSL 101 Introduction to BSL: – meeting people, using numbers, weather, transport and directions
BSL 102 Conversational BSL: – at home, people, animals and objects, using numbers, interests and activities, and weather.
BSL103: BSL at School, work College or – Everyday conversation, getting around, exchanging information, refreshments, and using numbers and weather.

Assessments take place during normal class time and the assessment fees are included in the course price.

Entry requirements
This is a course for beginners and no prior knowledge of BSL is required, but an interest MUST be shown.

Weekly sessions: Are taught for 3 hours: You are required to bring with you a folder in which you buy to keep any handouts in that your tutor will provide for you, and a pen and paper.

There is an opportunity to progress onto the Level 2 Award in British Sign Language

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