BSL Level 3 course

Welcome to BSL Level 3

The BSL Level 3 course comprises of three units.

Unit 320 is linguistics - a written assessment.

Unit 321 is a receptive assessment watching a conversation between two people.

Unit 322 is in two parts, the first is productive and the second is a conversation with your tutor.

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Course Information

BSL Level 3

This course will enable you to communicate in British Sign Language at Level 3 standard whether it’s with friends and family, preparing you to work with Deaf people or if you want to become proficient in a new skill within a range of situations.

At the end of the course you will receive the Level 3 Certificate in BSL accredited by Signature, the national awarding body. The programme covers issues within the key social paradigms including Home Life, Social/Recreational Activities, Education and Training, Employment, Consumer Issues & Daily Living and Deaf History & Culture. The course is delivered through various means such as:

• Filmed and assessed tasks

• Receptive skill tests/Deaf guests presentations

• Discussion forums

• Native BSL tutors

• Interactive group work/activities

Units

The course is divided into three units and candidates are required to pass all units to gain the qualification.

BSL Level  320 – This unit aims for Learners to develop an understanding and competent use of the grammatical rules of BSL. Learners will complete this unit on linguistics and be assessed on their linguistics and grammatical knowledge, prior to the assessment of units BSL321 and BSL322.

BSL Level  321– The aim of the unit is to enable learners to understand varied BSL in a range of work and social situations. Learners should develop the ability to follow and take part in conversations and discussions delivered at normal speed on a range of topics in different work and social situations.

BSL Level  322 – By the end of this unit the learner can contribute BSL in a range of work-related and social situations (including one to ones, group discussions and presentations) and have a good vocabulary which they can adapt to get straightforward messages across and find alternative ways to articulate what they are saying.

Assessments

Assessments take place during normal class time and the assessment fees are included in the course price.

London

London Key facts

Date: 6th June 2018 – 10th July 2019

Time: Wednesdays 6pm – 8pm

Cost: 

Individuals: £1,131 (includes £138 Signature Assessment fees and VAT)

Organisations: £1,506+VAT (includes £138 Signature Assessment fees)

A non-refundable deposit of £110 is required which will be subtracted from the total bill

Entry Requirements:

Candidates must possess Signature / CACDP BSL Level 2 and at least one year’s experience integrating within a Deaf environment and attending Deaf events.

To ensure you meet the standard required for the course, you will be invited to a Selection Process before attending this course. This Selection Process costs £15. The Selection Process will include a receptive skills test (a filmed clip of a person signing BSL with a questions and answers paper testing your understanding of the clip) and a productive skills test, where an Assessor will observe students signing a conversation in pairs. Written feedback will be provided.

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Birmingham

Birmingham Key Facts

Date: Thursday 7th June 2018 – Thursday 28th March 2019

Time: Thursdays 1pm – 4pm

Cost: 

Individuals: £1,031 (includes £138 Signature Assessment fees and VAT)

Organisations: £1,406+VAT (includes £138 Signature Assessment fees)

A non-refundable deposit of £100 is required and will be subtracted from your total bill

Entry Requirements:

Candidates must possess Signature / CACDP BSL Level 2 and at least one year’s experience integrating within a Deaf environment and attending Deaf events.

To ensure you meet the standard required for the course, you will be invited to a Selection Process before attending this course. This Selection Process costs £15. The Selection Process will include a receptive skills test (a filmed clip of a person signing BSL with a questions and answers paper testing your understanding of the clip) and a productive skills test, where an Assessor will observe students signing a conversation in pairs. Written feedback will be provided.

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