BSL Level 2 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 (BSL2-15)

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.

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

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

22 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...

One-2-One

£550

Public

£500

Private Group (x2)

£1100

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

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)...

One-2-One

£760

Public

£684

Private Group (x2)

£1520

Activities at home (BSL2-1)

1 hour

Describe activities that you do regularly in the home:
Wake up, get up, go to the bathroom, toilet, have a bath/shower, clean teeth, wash hair, brush hair, shave, put on make up, get dressed, make bed...

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Activities at leisure (BSL2-2)

1 hour

Describe activities that you do regularly for leisure: Sport: athletics, jogging, tennis, badminton, golf, skiing, cricket, swimming, rugby, football, five-a-side football, hockey, netball.

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Activities at school (BSL2-3)

1 hour

Describe what you do at school or college as part of your daily routine: Types of educational institution, e.g. Pre-school, nursery, primary school, secondary school, boarding school...

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Activities at work (BSL2-4)

1 hour

Describe what you do at work as part of your daily routine: Applying for work: job advert, application form, short list, job interview, access to work.

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Age (BSL2-5)

1 hour

Describe what a person, animal or object looks like in age: Old, young, new. How old are you? young, old, birthday, 21 years old, teenager, elderly, pensioner, middle aged.

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Animals (BSL2-6)

1 hour

Describe what an animal looks like: the colour, size, shape and other
characteristics e.g. My dog is brown with a long tail...

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Attitudes (BSL2-7)

1 hour

Express an attitude: Helpful, easy, useful, difficult, problem, right, wrong, mistake, good, better, bad, awful, best, worst, impossible, possible, think, feel, hope, prefer...

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Behaviours (BSL2-8)

1 hour

Describe a person’s behaviour: Serious, funny, miserable, moody, nice, kind, pretty, lazy, untidy/messy, naughty, quiet, clever, stubborn, strange/odd, famous, crazy, shy, honest/true,
lie.

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

BSL Word Order (BSL2-9)

1 hour

BSL sign order (essential criteria E1):
Be able to sign without the need to use the English structure, i.e. TREE BOY CLIMB not ‘the
boy climbed the tree.’

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

BSL201 Practise Skills (BSL2-10)

1 hour

Unit BSL201 – BSL Receptive Skills: Unit summary To achieve this unit, learners must show they can understand routine language in everyday situations.

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

BSL202 Practise Skills (BSL2-11)

1 hour

Unit BSL202 – BSL Productive Skills: Unit summary To achieve this unit, learners must show that they can use routine language in everyday situations.

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

BSL203 Practise Skills (BSL2-12)

1 hour

Unit BSL203 – BSL Conversational Skills: Unit summary This unit covers the learner’s receptive and productive skills, which will normally have been assessed in Units BSL201 and BSL202.

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Clothes (BSL2-13)

1 hour

Describe what a person, animal or object looks like – clothes: Hat, scarf, gloves, sari, turban, coat, trousers, jeans, skirt, dress, shorts, jumper, suit, tie, shirt, t-shirt, shoes, slippers, boots, socks, dressing gown.

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Colours (BSL2-14)

1 hour

Describe what a person, animal or object looks like in colours: White, Yellow, Red, Silver, Gray, Purple, Green, Blue, Black

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Dislikes (BSL2-16)

1 hour

Express an attitude or opinion / like or dislike: Enjoy, interested in, exciting, fantastic, boring, great, marvellous, excellent, funny, not bad, favourite, best, worst, lousy/awful, disappointed, agree, disagree, good time, useless/no good.

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Eating and Drinking (BSL2-17)

1 hour

The learner is expected to understand and then answer questions related to the theme.
Type of meal: Self service, take away, vegetarian, Indian, Chinese, Greek, Italian, Mexican,
Thai, Spanish, fish and chips...

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Ethnic Groups (BSL2-18)

1 hour

Describe what a person, animal or object looks like in ethnic groups: Black, White, Asian, Irish, Chinese, West Indian, Jewish, Polish, Welsh, Scottish, English, British, etc.

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Family (BSL2-19)

1 hour

Describe what a person, animal or object looks like in family: Mother, father, brother, sister, aunt, uncle, nephew, niece, cousin, grandparents, single, married, divorced, separated, partners

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Feelings (BSL2-20)

1 hour

Describe a person’s feelings: Tired, ill, depressed, surprised, unhappy, happy, shocked, embarrassed, nervous, sad, angry, upset, stupid, jealous, disappointed.

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Fingerspelling Skills (BSL2-21)

1 hour

Use correct and appropriate fingerspelling:
The candidate should fingerspell correctly by:
• using the correct form of letter on the hand(s)

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

General Practise Skills (BSL2-22)

1 hour

Themes 2, 3 and 4 include the vocabulary from Theme 1. Learners are expected to increase their understanding and use of BSL grammar and vocabulary in these units...

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Hair (BSL2-23)

1 hour

Describe what a person, animal or object looks like in hair: Blonde, black, red, grey, white, curly, straight, perm, highlights, long, short, plaits, bunches, bald, beard, moustache.

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Health (BSL2-24)

1 hour

Describe everyday health: Well, fit, healthy, pregnant, red cheeks etc.

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Hospital (BSL2-25)

1 hour

Describe everyday hospital: Nurse, doctor, dentist, clinic, health centre, ward, out patient, ambulance, optician, porter, reception, waiting room, appointment.

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Illness (BSL2-26)

1 hour

Describe everyday illnesses: Cold, flu, cough, temperature, pulse, hot, sick (feeling sick, being sick), tired, thirsty, out of breath, faint...

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Jobs (BSL2-27)

1 hour

Describe job roles: Chef, builder, painter, waiter/waitress, administrator, receptionist, manager,
mechanic, lorry driver, taxi driver, shop assistant, child minder, engineer, pilot...

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Likes (BSL2-28)

1 hour

Express an opinion / like or dislike: Enjoy, interested in, exciting, fantastic, boring, great, marvellous, excellent, funny, not bad, favourite, best, worst, lousy/awful, disappointed, agree,
disagree, good time, useless/no good.

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Materials (BSL2-29)

1 hour

Describe what a person, animal or object looks like in materials and pattern: Smart, dirty, scruffy, rich, poor, tight, loose. cotton, wool, leather, plastic, checked, with stripes, spotted.

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Mock Practise Skills (BSL2-30)

1 hour

Unit BSL201 – BSL Receptive Skills: To achieve this unit, learners must show they can understand routine language in everyday situations...

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Multi-Channel Signs (BSL2-31)

1 hour

Be able to use non-manual features. Use correct: facial expression,BSL lip patterns, negation, affirmation...

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

NMF Signs & BSL Sign Order (BSL2-32)

1 hour

Non-manual features (essential criteria E2): Facial expressions include the head, face, eyes and eyebrows and are important in descriptions, emotions, question forms and negation....

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Name (BSL2-33)

1 hour

Only fingerspell words that are linked to names of people/pets, brands, countries and cities. Name: First, second, surname, name sign. Deaf, hearing, hard of hearing...

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

NMF (BSL2-34)

1 hour

Be able to use non-manual features: Non-manual features (essential criteria E2)*
Facial expressions include the head, face, eyes and eyebrows and are important in descriptions, emotions, question forms and negation.

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Opinions (BSL2-35)

1 hour

Expressing opinions: Helpful, easy, useful, difficult, problem, right, wrong, mistake, good, better, bad, awful, best, worst, impossible...

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

People (BSL2-36)

1 hour

Be able to understand signed communication in a range of familiar everyday situations in People: a person, people – crowds, queues, audience...

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Placement and Referents (BSL2-37)

1 hour

Use appropriate signing conventions to express use of placements and referents: Placement - using the signing space the candidate should be able to ‘place’ people, buildings and objects in different positions around them...

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Productive Practise Skills (BSL2-38)

1 hour

Unit BSL202 – BSL Productive Skills: Unit summary To achieve this unit, learners must show that they can use routine language in everyday situations...

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Question Forms (BSL2-39)

1 hour

The candidate is able to answer correctly questions asked by the teacher. The candidate needs to answer four or more questions correctly to get full points for this section. The teacher should be prepared with additional questions to ask if the candidate has

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Recap Skills (BSL2-40)

1 hour

Unit BSL201 – BSL Receptive Skills: To achieve this unit, learners must show they can understand the routine language in everyday situations....

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Receptive Practise Skills (BSL2-41)

1 hour

Unit BSL201 – BSL Receptive Skills: To achieve this unit, learners must show they can understand routine language in everyday situations.

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Regional Variations (BSL2-42)

1 hour

Learners should be taught a number of regional variations in sign language: Learners should have some knowledge of regional variation in sign language, as the presenter on the DVD may not use the candidate’s local signs.

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Religion (BSL2-43)

1 hour

Describe in Religion: Sikh, Muslim, Buddhist, Protestant, Catholic, Jew etc.

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Role Shift Skills (BSL2-44)

1 hour

Use appropriate signing conventions to express Role Shift: Taking on the role, actions and behaviour of different people or animals when telling a story or in a conversation.

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Size (BSL2-45)

1 hour

Describe what a person, animal or object looks like in size: Big, fat, plump, tall, small, thin, slim, huge. Objects which have a different size or shape – flat, round, square...

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Spending and Shopping (BSL2-46)

1 hour

The learner is expected to understand and then answer questions related to the theme.
Suggestions could include: Describe the different types of shops, payment methods, receipts and refunds, budgeting etc

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Time (BSL2-47)

1 hour

Future – something that is happening in the future - this is signed in front of the body, here are some examples: I’m going to visit my sister next week. I’m going swimming tomorrow.

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Travel and Holiday (BSL2-48)

1 hour

The learner is expected to understand and then answer questions related to the theme. Suggestions could include: Buying a ticket, Travelling, Breakdown or accident, Places, Holidays..

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Treatment (BSL2-49)

1 hour

Describe everyday treatment: Operation, scalpel, check up, examination, x-ray, stay in bed, pills/tablets, cream, tube of/bottle of, medicine, prescription, chemist, injection, stretcher, bandage, and plaster.

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30

Work Practise Skills (BSL2-50)

1 hour

Describe what you do at work as part of your daily routine: I work at Dixons, I am a technician but sometimes I help out in the shop....

One-2-One

£15

Public

£12

Private Group (x2)

£30