Deaf Awareness Training

One in Six people in the UK experience deafness.

Deafness Resource Centre offer tailored deaf awareness sessions across Halton & St Helens, designed to improve communication and remove barriers between D/deaf people and hearing people.

The overall aim of DAT is to increase the understanding of the challenges faced by people with all
degrees of deafness in the workplace and in social settings.

Training is available to any Organisations, Schools, Groups or individuals.

Under the Equality Act (2010) Employers and service providers have a duty to ensure equal access to
services and employment opportunities for D/deaf people

Aims

Learning Objectives

Training can be delivered at your own venue or at our accessible training room.

The training is accessible to everyone.

For information or to enquire about cost please contact our Training and Learning Coordinator, Naomi Webb:

01744 23887 or naomi.webb@deafnessresourcecentre.org

 

“I thought that the Deaf Awareness & Basic Sign Language sessions were excellent in terms of their content and were very well presented. Amie & Graham managed to engage the children extremely well – they really enjoyed all the activiites and learned a lot from them. Amie & Graham were able to communicate with them at a level that was appropriate to their age and helped them to understand the challenges faced by people with hearing loss. I really hope that DRC will be able to come in to school again in the near future”

Lynne Rider, Headmistress of Parish Primary School 

 

 

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