• Supported Learning

    Introduction to BSL (British Sign Language)

  • Attendance

    Kilmarnock Campus

    8 Thursday evenings (6:00pm-8:30pm)

  • Cost & ITA Funding


Book / Enquiry

To be added to our waiting list for upcoming course please email businessgrowth@ayrshire.ac.uk

What's Involved

British Sign Language s a skill which is very much in demand both in the public and private section including NHS staff, Police, Emergency Services, Teaching Staff, Nursery Workers, Support Staff, Social Work and many more.

The Introduction to BSL (British Sign Language) course is designed for those who have never studied BSL or those who would like to refresh their skills. This National Unit (SCQF Level 3) is designed to enable candidates to develop basic proficiency in BSL and to use BSL in simple situations to produce, respond to and receive communication about everyday personal matters.

You will be assessed communicating with another BSL user in class and by observing a presentation in BSL which you will answer questions on.

Course Content

  • Deaf Awareness
  • Deaf Culture and History
  • Fundamental proficiency in BSL to allow you to participate in basic communication including basic greetings, alphabet, days of the week, numbers, colours, transport, occupations etc.

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