Signature Level 1 Award in Deaf Awareness and Communication
This qualification is accredited by Signature. It is designed to give learners an introduction to, and a basic knowledge of, deaf and deafblind people (i.e. deaf, deafened, deafblind and hard of hearing).
To achieve the full Level 1 Award in Deaf Awareness and Communication, learners are required to achieve 2 units.
Unit K101 is a theory unit, and Unit T101 is a practical unit.
We offer two versions of the course:
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Signature Level 1 Award in Deaf Awareness and Communication For Individuals
What does the course cover?
Unit K101 includes:
the language commonly used to describe deafness and deafblindness, and deaf and deafblind people; statistics on deafness in the UK; how deaf and deafblind people communicate; the factors that affect successful communication; how a deaf or deafblind person’s language and cultural background affects communication.
Unit T101 includes:
selecting the appropriate communication tactics for use with a deaf or deafblind person; ascertaining the best environmental conditions for communicating with a deaf or deafblind person; using a range of tactics for communicating with deaf and deafblind people; repairing a breakdown in communication with a deaf or deafblind person.
This course involves 2 assessments: a multiple choice test and a practical assessment.
How the course is taught
The course lasts 12 hours. For information on when our next course will be, please contact us.
Teaching methods include:
- Role play
- Practical work
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