Courses for Deaf People


Computer and Media Studies

The Computer and Media studies courses are held on Thursdays from 10am to 12.30pm. Do you want to learn how to use the Internet, to send emails, to use word processing and spreadsheets, and to make presentations. Maybe you would like to know how to video and edit to make a film.This course is suitable for beginners or advanced students. It is taught in BSL. For more information please click here. Successful students will receive a qualification.  To find out more information and want to join our Computing and Media studies classes click here.

English

Foundation English classes are held in the Deaf First Training Room on Tuesdays from 10.00am to 12.30pm.

Intermediate English classes held in Deaf First Training Room on Wednesday from 10.00am to 12.30pm

Do you want to improve your English. Do you want to improve your grammar? This course will help you to improve your writing, reading and grammar. This course is suitable for beginners or advanced students. It is taught in BSL. Successful students will receive a qualification.  For more information please click here. If you want to find out more and want to join our English course click here.

 

Maths

Foundation Maths classes are held in the Deaf First Training Room on Tuesday afternoon from 1.30pm to 4.00pm.

Intermediate Maths classes are held in the Deaf Frist Training Room on Wednesday afternoon from 1.30pm to 4.00pm

This course will teach you about maths in everyday life. You will learn how to understand money and open a bank account. You will learn about fractions and percentages. This course is suitable for beginners or advanced students. It is taught in BSL. Successful students will receive a qualification.  If you want to find out more information or want to join our maths course please click here.

 

Health Awareness for Deaf People

The Health Awareness courses are short one day courses, that provide information that is often available to hearing people, but inaccessible to Deaf People. These are short courses will explain what Deaf people can do to improve their health. Many Deaf people do not get equal access to information on cancer and how to avoid it. These course will provide information on what signs to look for if you are worried that you have cancer. What type of food should you eat to improve your health. This course is a must for all Deaf BSL users. It will be delivered in BSL. If you want more information or want to join the Health Awareness course, please click here

Driving Theory for Deaf People

The Driving Theory course is CANCELLED until further notice.

To improve their job prospects or social life, many Deaf people want to learn how to drive. The Driving Theory continue to be a barrier. This course is taught by a highly skilled Deaf person who will translate the theory of the Driving Test into BSL. The course is suitable for BSL users and is taught in Sign Language. There is a small charge for this course.  This course is CANCELLED until further notice. 

Other Course Offered at Deaf First

We have other courses that are suitable for Deaf students at Deaf First. If you want more information please click here. or email [email protected]

Additional Support

Teaching by fully Qualified Teachers of the Deaf or fully qualified Deaf Tutors

All classes taught in BSL
Help to improve you CV
Support for students who complete their course and progress to College

Successful Students

Read some of the interesting testimonies of Deaf First students. They studies at the Deaf First Training Centre or went to College and were supported by Deaf First. We provide Interpreters, CSWs, Electronic and Manual Notetakers, Lip Speakers and Deaf-Blind manual interpreters click here.


 




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