You would like to learn how to communicate with Deaf people in your community - so what are the benefits of doing the course?
- Learn basic Auslan including finger spelling, greetings, family signs and common expressions
- Learn how to communicate with Deaf people and have a better understanding of Deaf people and their culture
- You will receive a handbook and a certificate upon your completion
- Classes are run by a Deaf tutor
As in all things, it is always best to be taught by an expert. TasDeaf has a qualified Deaf person teaching Auslan in the Auslan courses. Please note that these courses are not for you to become an interpreter, but will give you the basic skills to communicate using Auslan in a range of everyday settings and situations.
The Auslan 1 course is ideal for beginners and the Auslan 2 course is ideal for people who have learnt Auslan previously.
Tasdeaf runs Auslan (Australian Sign Language) courses will be held in the following locations:
Hobart , Launceston and Devonport
TasDeaf’s Auslan courses run for 6 weeks with each class running for 2 hours per week.
Our Auslan courses run each school term. Please find out times and dates below.
To detailed information and to enrol online please visit http://www.vicdeaf.com.au/auslan.asp or come into the Hobart or Launceston office to complete an enrolment form and pay. (Please note: some courses may not run due to insufficient enrolments.)