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BSL Level 1 Training

BRITISH SIGN LANGUAGE TRAINING Learning British Sign Language with YOU CHOOSE I TEACH is fun, easy & flexible. Our unique online live video tutoring signing sessions has been designed so that anybody who is interested in learning BSL has access to available qualified online tutors at your chosen date and time. You can now learn wherever and whenever you like.


How the booking is made?

One-2-One: Only one person can book

Public: Anyone can book

Private Group: Only people from the same company/organisation can book. A minimum of 2 people is required.


Customised tutoring is offered to cater to your organisational, professional, business and personal needs.


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Custom-Topic (BSL1-15)

£12 (1 hour)

Your topic can be customised within the course name. If you can’t find the individual topics below that interest you, please describe the topic you wish to cover during your session. However, your chosen topic is often subject to time constraints within your date/time booking.

Intensive BSL Level 1 Course Fast Track (Up to 2 hours per lesson)

£540 (30 Lessons)

These intensive tutorials are designed for people who have some BSL skills and want to complete the course fast-track. You will need to book number of lessons (up to 2 hours per lesson) at your chosen date and time at your own preference, providing that the booking is available to book, to complete the course to gain this qualification. All you need to do is book and show up at the right time (never have to ask, “what time works for you?” again).

BSL Level 1 Course (Up to 2 hours per lesson)

£600 (38 Lessons)

These tutorials are designed for people who wish to book number of lessons (up to 2 hours per lesson) at your chosen date and time at your own preference, providing that the booking is available to book, to complete the course to gain this qualification. All you need to do is book and show up at the right time (never have to ask, “what time works for you?” again)...

Activities (BSL1-1)

£12 (1 hour)

In this tutorial, the term ‘everyday life’ relates to activities. Learners are expected to know and use BSL in their own environment to describe activities in the home...

Age (BSL1-2)

£12 (1 hour)

You will be given, asked for and understand information about age using numbers. In addition, individuals may wish to learn other vocabulary in order to describe age.

Animals (BSL1-3)

£12 (1 hour)

In this tutorial, the term ‘everyday life’ relates to animals. Learners are expected to know and use BSL in their own environment to describe animals...

Animals & Pets (BSL1-4)

£12 (1 hour)

In this tutorial, the term ‘everyday life’ relates to animals & pets. Learners are expected to know and use BSL in their own environment to describe animals & pets...

At Home Describing Furniture (BSL1-5)

£12 (1 hour)

You will be given, asked for and understood information about furniture – size, colour and shape – location. By the end of this tutorial, you will be confident in using BSL to communicate in a given range of topics/vocabulary on describing furniture at home...

At Home Describing Objects (BSL1-6)

£12 (1 hour)

You will be given, asked for and understood information about objects – size, colour and shape – location. By the end of this tutorial, you will be confident in using BSL to communicate in a given range of topics/vocabulary on describing objects at home in a room, e.g. The box is big and green....

BSL at College (BSL1-7)

£12 (1 hour)

In this tutorial, the term ‘everyday life’ relates to college and other familiar routines, environments, and activities. Learners are expected to know and use BSL in their environment. Learners are expected to know/use the range of vocabulary relating to ‘college’ as well as work. Giving and asking for information on travel and transport in relation to everyday activities...

BSL at School (BSL1-8)

£12 (1 hour)

In this tutorial, the term ‘everyday life’ relates to school and other familiar routines, environments, and activities. Learners are expected to know and use BSL in their environment....

BSL101 Practise Skills (BSL1-9)

£12 (1 hour)

This BSL101 module is designed to teach learners to communicate with Deaf people in British Sign Language (BSL) on a range of topics that involve simple, everyday language use. To achieve this module, learners must show they can understand and use basic language in everyday situations...

BSL102 Practise Skills (BSL1-10)

£12 (1 hour)

This BSL102 tutorial allows the learner to show both productive and receptive skills, and understand a range of topics. It allows the learner to demonstrate that they can use a limited range of signs and handle the simple exchange...

BSL103 Practise Skills (BSL1-11)

£12 (1 hour)

This tutorial covers your receptive and productive skills. To achieve this BSL103 module, you must show you can understand and use a limited range of vocabulary and can follow simple sentences and structures in BSL about everyday life.

Calendar (BSL1-12)

£12 (1 hour)

You will be given, asked for and understood calendar information about ‘when’, e.g. On Tuesdays, I go to the cinema. I visit my sister every year etc...

Calendar & Time (BSL1-13)

£24 (2 hours)

You will be given, asked for and understood calendar information about ‘when’, e.g. On Tuesdays, I go to the cinema. I visit my sister every year. When are you going out for a meal? When is your birthday? Do you work everyday? When are you back at school/work? I don’t go to work on Thursdays. I went to work yesterday. Tomorrow is my day off...

Clothes (BSL1-14)

£12 (1 hour)

Describing a building/place (BSL1-16)

£12 (1 hour)

In this tutorial, you will be given, asked for and understood directions in a building, describing places and buildings and travelling/methods of transport...

Describing Colours (BSL1-17)

£12 (1 hour)

In this tutorial, you will be given, asked for and understood information about colours. By the end of this tutorial, you will be able to describe people, animals and objects in colour.

Describing People (BSL1-18)

£24 (2 hours)

In this tutorial, you will be given, asked for and understood information about people in context with everyday life such as communicate basic conversation when meeting people such as meeting familiar people, meeting unfamiliar people in familiar surroundings (e.g. school/college) and meeting unfamiliar people in public places, shops, cafes, clubs etc.

Describing People & Colours (BSL1-19)

£24 (2 hours)

In this tutorial, you will be given, asked for and understood information about colours and people in context with everyday life such as communicate basic conversation when meeting people such as meeting familiar people, meeting unfamiliar people in familiar surroundings (e.g. school/college) and meeting unfamiliar people in public places, shops, cafes, clubs etc.

Directions (BSL1-20)

£12 (1 hour)

You will be given, asked, and understood information about directions in a building. You will show that you can understand and use basic language in everyday situations. You can meet and greet, understand basic conversation and numbers, give, and follow simple directions and information...

Drink (BSL1-21)

£12 (1 hour)

In this tutorial, you will be given, asked for and understood information about drink...

Emotions (BSL1-22)

£12 (1 hour)

Emotions & Feelings (BSL1-23)

£12 (1 hour)

Exchanging Information (BSL1-24)

£24 (2 hours)

You will be asked, given and understood relevant personal information about everyday life, self or others, different ways of travelling etc., asking and receiving at least two simple questions on personal information and answering question(s) correctly to show you have understood. Here are some examples of what could be taught for each topic. The bullet points listed under each topic are only suggestions of what could be covered in the teaching session...

Family (BSL1-25)

£12 (1 hour)

In this tutorial, you will be given information about people. Descriptions of people could include family and/or friends e.g. I have three brothers and two sisters. My son/daughter is still at school. Do you have a family? Are your children young/older?...

Family & Age (BSL1-26)

£24 (2 hours)

In this tutorial, you will be given information about people. Descriptions of people could include family and/or friends e.g. I have three brothers and two sisters. My son/daughter is still at school. Do you have a family? Are your children young/older?...

Feelings (BSL1-27)

£12 (1 hour)

Fingerspelling (BSL1-28)

£12 (1 hour)

In this tutorial, you will know and produce fingerspelling (the manual alphabet) for names of people and places...

Fingerspelling & Opposites (BSL1-29)

£12 (1 hour)

Food (BSL1-30)

£12 (1 hour)

In this tutorial, you will be given, asked for and understood information about food...

Food & Drink (BSL1-31)

£24 (2 hours)

In this tutorial, you will be given, asked for and understood information about food and drink...

General Brush-up Skils (BSL1-32)

£12 (1 hour)

Giving/Asking for Directions (BSL1-33)

£12 (1 hour)

In this tutorial, you will be given, asked for and understood directions in a familiar building. You will be asked to communicate a range of directions, describing and giving simple directions in a building and asking for and receive directions using a range of vocabulary e.g. The office is downstairs...

Interests (BSL1-34)

£12 (1 hour)

In this tutorial, the term ‘everyday life’ relates to interests. You are expected to know and use BSL in their own environment to describe interests in the home, e.g. Giving and asking about activities carried out by you and/or people you know in your home, e.g. My father likes gardening...

Interests & Activities (BSL1-35)

£24 (2 hours)

In this tutorial, the term ‘everyday life’ relates to interests & activities. You are expected to know and use BSL in their own environment to describe interests & activities in the home, e.g. Giving and asking about activities carried out by you and/or people you know in your home, e.g. My father likes gardening. I play the piano...

Jobs (BSL1-36)

£12 (1 hour)

You will be given and asked for information about everyday life in jobs. Information can be included other types of routines, education-related activities, e.g. Where do you work? I work at….

Mock Practise Skills (BSL1-37)

£12 (1 hour)

Unit BSL101 – Introduction to British Sign Language:

To achieve this module, you must show you can understand and use basic language in everyday situations. You can meet and greet, understand basic conversation and numbers, give and follow simple directions and information...

Money (BSL1-38)

£12 (1 hour)

In this tutorial, you will be given, asked for and understood information in relation to money, e.g. How much is that? It is £25. It was cheap/expensive. 25p please....

Money & Shopping (BSL1-39)

£24 (2 hours)

NMF (Non-Manual Features) (BSL1-40)

£12 (1 hour)

NMF & Sizes (BSL1-41)

£12 (1 hour)

Pets (BSL1-42)

£12 (1 hour)

By the end of this tutorial, you will be given, asked for and understood information in relation to pets, e.g. My dog is small, has long ears and a brown and white curly coat. What is your (pet) like? The rabbit is big and fluffy...

Placement (BSL1-43)

£12 (1 hour)

Placement & Referents (BSL1-44)

£12 (1 hour)

Recap Skills (BSL1-45)

£12 (1 hour)

Unit BSL101 – Introduction to British Sign Language:

To achieve this module, you must show you can understand and use basic language in everyday situations. You can meet and greet, understand basic conversation and numbers, give and follow simple directions and information....

Receptive Practise Skills (BSL1-46)

£12 (1 hour)

This tutorial covers your receptive skills. This tutorial allows you to show receptive skills, and understand a range of topics. It allows you to demonstrate that you can use a limited range of signs and handle simple exchanges...

Referents (BSL1-47)

£12 (1 hour)

Role Shifting Skills (BSL1-48)

£12 (1 hour)

Shopping (BSL1-49)

£12 (1 hour)

Sizes (BSL1-50)

£12 (1 hour)

Time (BSL1-51)

£12 (1 hour)

In this tutorial, you will be given, asked for and understood information in relation to time, e.g. e.g. I’ll meet you at 7pm. I’ll be home at 6.30 pm.

Transport (BSL1-52)

£12 (1 hour)

In this tutorial, you will be given, asked for and understood information in relation to transport, e.g. e.g. I’ll meet you at 7pm. I’ll be home at 6.30 pm...

Using Numbers (BSL1-53)

£24 (2 hours)

In this tutorial, you will be given, asked for and understood information in relation to basic numbers e.g. counting 0 – 100, age, time, money and calendar...

Weather (BSL1-54)

£24 (2 hours)

In this tutorial, you will be given, asked for and understood general comments about the weather and describe different types of weather in context with everyday situations e.g. it’s not very nice today; the weather’s awful! It is a lovely today, nice and sunny. I like summer best. Isn’t it a nice day.

Weather & Colours (BSL1-55)

£24 (2 hours)

In this tutorial, you will be given, asked for and understood general comments about the weather in colour and also you will be able to describe different types of weather in context with everyday situations e.g. it’s not very nice today; the weather’s awful! It is a lovely today, nice and sunny. I like summer best. Isn’t it a nice day.

Work Practise Skills (BSL1-56)

£12 (1 hour)

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