Our BSL training can now be delivered remotely by an experienced trainer.
Remote BSL training
During the COVID-19 pandemic we’re unable to provide face-to-face training so we’ve developed a remote Start to Sign course. Get in touch for more details.
We’re currently working on a remote BSL at Work course. To register your interest, please fill in an enquiry form.
We’re also offering a shorter remote BSL taster session which can be booked online now.
Deaf Awareness Week 2021
BSL is the preferred language of over 87,000 Deaf people in the UK for whom English may be a second or third language. A total of 151,000 people in the UK can use BSL – this figure does not include professional BSL users, interpreters and translators, unless they use BSL at home.
Source: British Deaf Association
Our remote Start to Sign course involves three, one-hour sessions – ideally delivered on consecutive days.
All of our sign language trainers use BSL as their first or preferred language. This means they are able to use their personal experience of the barriers faced by people who are Deaf.
Our blog has some great articles on British Sign Language (BSL) training to help your staff have a basic conversation with colleagues and customers whose first or preferred language is BSL. Visit blog >
As the UK’s largest charity for people living with deafness, tinnitus and hearing loss, we’re expertly placed to provide BSL courses for the public, private and voluntary sectors.