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Deaf Awareness Training


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£19 inc VAT (was £49)
Offer ends 25 January 2021
Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
2 hours
Qualification
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Tutor is available to students
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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Overview

This deaf awareness course aims to enlighten and ease the flow of communication that you might have with a person that is hard of hearing, both in the workplace and in other social situations. Learn about the causes and reasons deafness and gain a basic understanding of the British Sign Language (BSL) which is the official signing language in the UK.

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Course Highlights

  • 22 lectures, containing 30 minutes of video content, plus supporting PDF files
  • Understand the causes and types of deafness through statistics and detailed explanations
  • Learn about communication tactics and how to work with or as Communication Support Worker
  • Gain a basic knowledge of British Sign Language

Course Overview

Take this course and discover some of the major causes and types of deafness, understand communication tactics and how to work with or as a Communication Support Worker and finally gain a basic knowledge of British Sign Language!

Instructor Bio

The course is led by Rachel Hubbard who is an expert in deaf awareness training, she founded Deaf Umbrella in 2000 with the aim of supporting deaf people and providing help for people working or training in the field as Communication Support Workers (CSW).

Course Curriculum

Introduction

  • Welcome to the Course
  • Warm Up Quiz

Facts and Figures

  • Deaf Awareness Statistics
  • Statistics Overview
  • Facts and Figures - Part 1
  • Facts and Figures - Part 2
  • Facts and Figures - Part 3
  • Facts and Figures - Part 4

The Ear and Hearing

  • The Ear and Hearing - Slides
  • Our Ear
  • What is Deafness
  • Communication Methods

Communication Methods & British Sign Language

  • British Sign Language
  • Deafness and Written English
  • Lip Reading Slides
  • Lip reading
  • How to work with a Communicator
  • The BSL Alphabet Slides
  • The BSL alphabet
  • Terminology Slides
  • Terminology

Conclusion

  • Final Thoughts

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Who is this course for?

This course is ideal for anyone who has a deaf relative or friends, or those that require an understanding of deafness in their workplace

Requirements

This course has no prerequisites

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