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Interested in teaching adults? This course covers the basics and leads to a national initial teaching award. The course is for people who want a teaching qualification and is specifically for teaching lipreading.» Save to wishlist » Write a review of this course
Date: 13 Sep 14 - 23 Jan 15
This workshop is ideal if you are teaching or wish to teach BSL level 1 to adults and want to learn and develop new strategies and materials. It will help you to deliver teaching and learning approaches more effectively.» Save to wishlist » Write a review of this course
Date: 8 Nov 14 - 8 Nov 14
Do you have native fluency in BSL and are you interested in teaching adults? This course is the City and Guilds initial qualification in basic teaching skills. It is taught in BSL, and much of the coursework can be submitted in either BSL or English. We can provide you with opportunities for observation and teaching practice. Deaf tutors of other subjects can also apply as we can sometimes accept BSL-users who want to teach other subjects (ie computing, etc.). Contact us for more information at email@example.com.» Save to wishlist » Write a review of this course
Date: 10 Sep 14 - 10 Dec 14
Would you like to teach lipreading to adults? Combine this course with a teaching qualification, such as our Award in Education and Training (C&G 6502) for Lipreading Teachers (course code GT105), and you will qualify as a teacher of lipreading in the lifelong learning sector. Attend City Lit for three lecture blocks and undertake observation and teaching practice in your local area. Tutors: Fiona Pickett and Lorraine Braggins.» Save to wishlist » Write a review of this course
Date: 6 Oct 14 - 19 Jun 15
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Centre for Deaf Education From BSL to English skills and from lipreading to computing, we provide a large choice of courses and services for D/deaf people in Covent Garden