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With statistics for the number of deaf adults and children in the UK rising every year, it is becoming more apparent we should grasp at least the basics of British Sign Language. This is especially important if it means being able to communicate with our loved ones or if our chosen career paths call for the use of sign. So, whether you're already a member of the sign community or are seeking to begin learning the language from scratch, there's never been a better time to take up such an in-demand, specialist form of communication.
Made up of hand gestures, movements, body language and various facial expressions, it takes time and practice to be able to master British Sign Language and, more importantly, learn how to communicate effectively with a person who has any degree of hearing impairment.
The Sign Language Diploma course is ideal for students who require this particular method of communication for personal or business use. It might be that one of your relatives or close friends has a hearing impairment and your goal is to engage with them. Alternatively, this learning structure is highly informative to those who need a strong foundation of British Sign Language knowledge for employment purposes.
This course will enable you to further any basic sign language you may know already, but it is equally perfect for absolute beginners.
There are many jobs across both the public and private sector that require a detailed understanding of sign language, from interpreting and teaching to social support work and care.
Now is the perfect time to learn! Choose this remarkable online course if you want to study sign language in your own time, at a pace that fits around your lifestyle.
Expect to study many interesting angles of British sign language, including the following areas:
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After the advice given by the Government, NHS and WHO, we have taken the appropriate measures to ensure the safety of all our delegates attending our classrooms and events. This has been, and always will be, our number one priority.
We wanted to reassure you that all our scheduled classrooms and events will still be running. However, we will be now be offering them Virtually.
This decision to move all learning to Virtual and to offer support remotely has been taken to protect delegates and trainers. This allows delegates to continue their learning and for trainers to maintain the same level of service.
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