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BSL Taster Course (Sheffield 6th Nov 2019))

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About this Event

This course is designed to be relaxed, fun and teach beginners to communicate in basic British Sign Language (BSL). A range of topics will be taught that involve simple, everyday language use. Learners will gain basic skills and confidence in the production and reception of BSL. Group learning has many benefits but each person will also get individual time with the tutor to ensure everyone has the chance to progress and have questions answered during the lessons.

At the end of the 4-week course, learners will be able to:

  • understand and use a limited range of simple words and sentences in BSL
  • take part in simple, everyday conversations in BSL
  • give and follow simple, familiar statements or descriptions in BSL.

If you have any questions about this course or any future courses, please get in touch.

T: 07989 218 909 E: [email protected]

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