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Remote BSL Level 1 - Saturdays from 4th May onwards


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We are pleased to announce our new Level 1 course in British Sign Language from May onwards. This course will be held remotely via Zoom.

The course will run every Saturday 10:00am to 13:00pm, from 4th May to 14th December 2024 (following the Hertfordshire school term) and is fully accredited by Signature.

Enrolment is now open via our website: https://signreach.co.uk/level1-bsl/

All the course information and costs can also be found on the website. Please also have a look at our FAQ page which answers many questions students have before enrolling.

We look forward to starting your BSL journey with you!

 

This qualification is designed to teach learners to communicate with Deaf people in British Sign Language (BSL) on a range of topics that involve simple, every day language use. They will gain basic skills and confidence in production and reception of BSL.

Please note that all our courses require regular attendance as well as independent study time and completion of homework.

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