Level 1 BSL Training

  • One-off payment
    £250.00
  • Monthly instalments
    £131.25 for 2 months (inc 5% fee)
  • As part of a package

    Sign up for more than one course using our package builder and get a minimum 5% discount!


If you have never signed before and would like to gain experience with British Sign Language, Level 1 is the place to start.

At the end of this course, you will receive a Certificate of Completion from BSLcourses.co.uk.

After completing the necessary guided tutorials, you will be able to communicate confidently to Deaf people, using basic sign language skills in a variety of situations. Students can progress to Level 2 (subject to our head teacher's approval) without the need to "qualify".

It could to be able to talk to a deafened family member, a Deaf friend, a Deaf colleague or meeting Deaf people in a social environment. The list below are the topics and overall skills you will be learning on this course:

  • Fingerspelling the alphabet, your name and where you are from
  • Numbers, calendar, dates, times and colours
  • Explain directions, different modes of transport and how you arrived
  • Talk about friends, family and pets
  • Hobbies, interests and everyday activities
  • Describe people, objects and buildings
  • Compound signs and Directional verbs
  • Practice on receptive, presentation and conversational skills
  • Number of tutorials

    8 x 10 minute tutorials

    Course duration

    This course lasts 8 weeks

    Number of weeks advertised is the minimum duration. Maximum duration (course 'deadline') is 60 weeks. Extension charges are applicable should the student wish to continue after 60 weeks. Please see terms for more information.

    Pricing (includes VAT and assessment fees, where applicable)

    • One-off payment
      £250.00
    • Monthly instalments
      £131.25 for 2 months (inc 5% fee)
    • As part of a package

      Sign up for more than one course using our package builder and get a minimum 5% discount!

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