Access Audits, Training and Consultancy
Including British Sign Language accredited courses
We work across the South West raising awareness through delivering access audits, Deaf awareness training, disability equality training, disability and diversity consultancy and specific high quality courses to a variety of voluntary, public and private organisations. We have worked with a range of clients including The Environment Agency, Exeter International Airport, Devon County Council, The Learning and Skills Council, the Police and Fire services, the Royal Albert Museum and Dartmoor National Park Authority.
The most beneficial aspect of our service is that it is delivered by disabled people who live the life and are the best people to be able to advise on the subject of disability-linked issues.
We have qualified and experienced auditors who are able to complete comprehensive access audits on buildings, sites and open spaces. For more information please click here.
Deaf Awareness and British Sign Language Courses
We run a number of courses across Devon including Deaf Awareness and British Sign Language level one and level two qualifications. To find out more including prices, dates and how to book please click here.
Disability Awareness Courses
We deliver bespoke disability awareness and equality training courses which we design to meet the learning needs of the delegates linked to their working role and workplace. The training can be provided in-house or in our accessible premises for a maximum of 16 learners. For more information please contact Helen Smith.
Employing a Personal Assistant
Free online course. Click here for more information.
The single biggest barrier facing people with a hearing loss is difficulty with communication and understanding what is being said. The See Hear Centre runs lipreading classes, the next course is in Barnstaple on a Monday afternoon at the See Hear Centre, 19A Alexandra Road, Barnstaple ex32 8BA. It will be a 5 week course starting on 1st October at 2pm, please contact Jan Marshall on 01271 373236 for more details. This is not just about learning the skills to lipread, it’s also about meeting and sharing experiences in an environment where everybody understands how your hearing loss affects your everyday life.
Person-centred planning is a way of letting other people know what is important to you and what your ideal life would be like. For more information please click here.