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BSL Level 3 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 (BSL3-12)

£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.

Intensive BSL Level 3 Course Fast Track (Up to 2.5 hours per lesson)

£860 (20 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 2.5 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 3 Course (Up to 2.5 hours per lesson)

£1100 (36 Lessons)

These tutorials are designed for people who wish to book number of lessons (up to 2.5 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)...

Affirmation (BSL3-1)

£15 (1 hour)

Characterized by or displaying affirmation or acceptance or certainty etc.

BSL320 Practise Skills (BSL3-2)

£15 (1 hour)

Understanding and using proforms in BSL is essential for the understanding of the syntax of BSL

BSL321 Practise Skills (BSL3-3)

£15 (1 hour)

Understand Varied BSL in a range of work and social situations: You will be assessed on their understanding of a conversation presented in BSL.

BSL322 Practise Skills (BSL3-4)

£15 (1 hour)

Topic Preparation: By the end of this topic you 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.

Classifiers In BSL (BSL3-5)

£15 (1 hour)

Define classifiers and describe how they function and how to use classifiers with good and clear use of handshapes including location, position, direction and orientation.

Classifiers/Proforms (BSL3-6)

£15 (1 hour)

Define classifiers and describe how they function and how to use classifiers with good and clear use of handshapes including location, position, direction and orientation.

Understanding and using proforms in BSL is essential for the understanding of the syntax of BSL

Compounds (BSL3-7)

£15 (1 hour)

Looking at examples of BSL compounds and how the form of the signs in a compound changes, though, so compounds are different from the two separate signs.

Conditional Sentences (BSL3-8)

£15 (1 hour)

How to express conditional, using either positive or negative forms correctly and using a variety of NMF.

Connectors (BSL3-9)

£15 (1 hour)

Connectors (signs, enumerators, pauses, changes in facial expression): In English Language we verbalise our connectors, for example ‘if..but..as well…also’ etc.

Consumer Issues (BSL3-10)

£15 (1 hour)

You will be examined by video clip(s) on the topic of ‘Consumer Issues’ identifying all the signs and vocabulary paying particular attention to the use of a broad range of vocabulary.

Consumer Issues & Daily Living (BSL3-11)

£15 (1 hour)

You will be examined by video clip(s) on the topic of ‘Consumer Issues & Daily Living’ identifying all the signs and vocabulary paying particular attention to the use of a broad range of vocabulary.

Daily Living (BSL3-13)

£15 (1 hour)

You will be examined by video clip(s) on the topic of ‘Daily Living’ identifying all the signs and vocabulary paying particular attention to the use of a broad range of vocabulary.

Deaf Culture (BSL3-14)

£15 (1 hour)

You will be developing an advanced knowledge of the structure and function of BSL and an understanding of the Deaf Culture, fully conversant with issues in Deaf culture.

Deaf History (BSL3-15)

£15 (1 hour)

You will be developing an advanced knowledge of the structure and function of BSL and an understanding of the Deaf History.

Deaf History And Culture (BSL3-16)

£15 (1 hour)

You will be developing an advanced knowledge of the structure and function of BSL and an understanding of the Deaf History and Deaf Culture, Fully conversant with issues in Deaf culture.

Directional Verbs (BSL3-17)

£15 (1 hour)

Use BSL clips and create questions linked to directional verbs. See ‘sample questions’ for an idea of what kind of questions might come up in the exam.

Education (BSL3-18)

£15 (1 hour)

Age differences are often greater between ages in sign language than spoken English. This may be because of breaks in passing the language from generation to generation. As a broad generalisation older people may fingerspell more and have fewer clear English mouth patterns than younger deaf people. One of the three major factors is Educational changes - acceptability of signing.

Education And Training (BSL3-19)

£15 (1 hour)

You will be developing an advanced knowledge of the structure and function of BSL and an understanding of the Education and Training, fully conversant with issues in Education and Training...

Employment (BSL3-20)

£15 (1 hour)

You will be developing an advanced knowledge of the structure and function of BSL and an understanding of the Employment, fully conversant with issues in Employment...

Fingerspelled Signs & Patterns (BSL3-21)

£15 (1 hour)

To maintain fluency, grammatical accuracy and coherence in sustained contributions containing varied language, using and understanding a varied range of vocabulary using the correct BSL order and Non-Manual Features, using fingerspelling with complete accuracy and appropriateness.

Fingerspelling In BSL (BSL3-22)

£15 (1 hour)

Maintain fluency, grammatical accuracy and coherence in sustained contributions containing varied language. Uses fingerspelling with complete accuracy and appropriateness...

Home Life (BSL3-23)

£15 (1 hour)

Assessment material will focus on one of these topics, the “Home Life”. In preparation for tutorial this topic, the tutor will do their research and prepare online classroom or homework activities. Here are some examples of what could be taught for this topic...

Home Life & Social Activities (BSL3-24)

£30 (2 hours)

Assessment material will focus on one of these topics, the “Home Life & Social/recreational activities”. In preparation for tutorial this topic, the tutor will do their research and prepare online classroom or homework activities. Here are some examples of what could be taught for this topic...

Intensifiers (BSL3-25)

£15 (1 hour)

Intensified signs are strong visually and may be larger and made with stronger movements for example WOLF and how you describe it. There are more examples given in this tutorial.

Intro To Sign Linguistics (BSL3-26)

£15 (1 hour)

This tutorial is for learners who wish to develop their knowledge and skills in BSL Linguistics and Grammar. The aim of this tutorial is for Learners to develop an understanding and competent use of the grammatical rules of BSL.

Lexicon Use (BSL3-27)

£15 (1 hour)

BSL has got a lexicon (vocabulary) as good as English. The lexicon is not as big, but the size of the lexicon is not as important as being able to say what is necessary.
On completion of this tutorial, the learner can...

Location (BSL3-28)

£15 (1 hour)

Two handed signs where the dominant hand is active and the non dominant hand serves as the location for the movement...

Morphology (BSL3-29)

£15 (1 hour)

Morphology is the study of the system of morphemes in languages. It describes the way morphemes are arranged in forming words/signs...

Mouth Patterns (BSL3-30)

£15 (1 hour)

Facial expression also involves mouth patterns, without the mouth pattern they are not complete...

Mouth Patterns & NMF Signs (BSL3-31)

£30 (2 hours)

Facial expression also involves mouth patterns, without the mouth pattern they are not complete....

Negation (BSL3-32)

£15 (1 hour)

Use a varied range of sentence structures using the correct BSL order and Non-Manual Features to link concepts and to support pace, clarity and cohesion using a varied range of negation.

Non-Manual Features (BSL3-33)

£15 (1 hour)

On completion of this tutorial, the learner can:
• Initiate and maintain dialogue delivered at normal speed using the Non-Manual Features...

Possessives (BSL3-34)

£15 (1 hour)

How possessive pronouns mine, hers, ours, his, theirs are used and he, she, its, this, using referents (pointing in space)...

Proforms In BSL (BSL3-35)

£15 (1 hour)

How Proforms are used in distributive plurals. The proform is repeated distinctly in different locations....

Question Forms (BSL3-36)

£15 (1 hour)

Standard question forms such as Open, Closed, Tag, Alternative etc.

Receptive Skill Practise (BSL3-37)

£15 (1 hour)

Assessment in level 3 is a receptive skills task where the candidate will be assessed on their understanding of a story based on one or more of the topics such as Home Life, Education, Employment etc.

Role Shift (BSL3-38)

£15 (1 hour)

Orientations are an essential part of role shifts, however, they are less obvious of the shift makers. How the Role Shift can be used to show the identity of the chosen character or entity...

Role Shifting & Connectors (BSL3-39)

£15 (1 hour)

Connectors help to link and complete sentences. You will be given examples of connectors that link and complete sentences, understanding a broad range of vocabulary, recognising connectors (signs, enumerators, pauses, changes in facial expression, shrug shoulders, hold a sign. Don’t use ‘and; ‘but’, ‘also’ etc.)

Social & Recreational Life (BSL3-40)

£15 (1 hour)

Assessment material will focus on one of these topics, the “Social & Recreational Life”. In preparation for the tutorial on this topic, the tutor will do their research and prepare online classroom or homework activities. Here are some example...

Social/Recreational Activities (BSL3-41)

£15 (1 hour)

Assessment material will focus on one of these topics, the “Social & Recreational Activities”. In preparation for the tutorial on this topic, the tutor will do their research and prepare online classroom or homework activities. Here are some example...

Syntax (BSL3-42)

£15 (1 hour)

"Syntax" is a term meaning the way that words or signs are ordered, or linked together to form sentences.

Time & Aspect (BSL3-43)

£15 (1 hour)

Aspect allows the signer to show the timing of events, how long it went on for or is still in progress.

Training (BSL3-44)

£15 (1 hour)

You will need to know more information about training opportunities, e.g. the college needs more CSWs etc.

Verb Use (BSL3-45)

£30 (2 hours)

You will be able to use a range of grammatical forms and express modal verbs (can, must, want, should) etc.

Work (BSL3-46)

£30 (2 hours)

You will be able to understand and use varied BSL in a range of work situations.
By the end of this tutorial, you can follow conversations and discussions delivered at normal speed on a range of topics in different work situations...

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