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Training

As your Disability Confident Leader for the south west we offer bespoke training for individuals, groups and organisations on disability and Deaf awareness, British Sign Language and self confidence building.

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    Deaf Awareness Training
    Half day (3 hours) or Full day (5 hours).
    This course is designed to increase awareness of Deaf culture and the challenges Deaf people face in a non-signing society. Working in small groups and pairs, delegates use humour-based exercises to discuss access issues. Course includes a brief introduction to British Sign Language within the afternoon session.

    Deaf Led Services

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    Learn British Sign Language (BSL)
    This eighteen week course takes place at our offices in Exeter and is designed to enable you to communicate with Deaf people using British Sign Language (BSL) at Level 1 standard.
    This course is provided by our BSL accredited partner Sign with Beth. To book onto the course contact Beth or email signwithbeth@gmail.com

    Sign with Beth

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    Disability Equality Awareness Training
    We deliver disability awareness and equality training courses which are designed to meet the learning needs of the people taking part, linked to their working role and workplace. The training can be provided in-house or in our accessible premises.  We are currently providing this on Zoom. For more information please contact our Disability Champion via the Hub team

    Find out more and book your place

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    Lipreading Classes
    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. 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.

    More information and to book contact the Hub Team

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