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Course feedback

Here are a few examples of feedback from courses delivered by our team:

Introduction to British Sign Language

  • "Found this session very interesting and useful for introducing myself to service users.  The session was great fun"
     
  • "The whole course was very interesting and useful.  The trainer was very knowledgeable and approachable"
     
  • "It has been interesting learning about what deafness is really about and the different types of equipment available"
     
  • "I have loved all of the course, not a dull moment and has made me want to learn more"
     
  • "It has been great to learn actual sign language, having the opportunity to practise with each other.  The course was pitched about right - just enough to grab your interest and I want to continue to learn more"

Deaf awareness training

  • "Excellent training, both Mandy and Claire are very good presenters.  The content was both useful and interesting"
     
  • "The course was very clear.  I am glad that I have been able to learn some BSL signs.  Excellent, thank you very much"
     
  • "The course content was very clear and well explained.  I have now changed my approach to working with people with a hearing impairment.  Excellent course"
     
  • "The course was explained and demonstrated clearly, it was all really enjoyable and has made me think about doing a BSL course"
     
  • "The course was presented well, in a fun way, this made it easy to learn and have a go.  I enjoyed all of the activities and seeing other people's reactions.  Thank you for a brilliant session"

Visual impairment awareness training

  • "Excellent - very insightful.  Very relevant and interesting!"
     
  • "Very informative, would like more"
     
  • "Excellent presentation! Very useful having a person with vision impairment there"
     
  • "Excellent.  It was pitched perfectly, so interesting.  Want more training on a regular basis so that we can try more things for ourselves"
     
  • "It has made me appreciate students' needs and the importance of supplying materials in an accessible format"

Autism training day

  • "I felt that the course has shown me how the students will benefit a great deal from what I have learnt.  Very enjoyable and educational"
     
  • "The course was very interesting, particularly the awareness of the difficulties students experience.  A very informative and enjoyable course from an approachable team"
     
  • "A very enjoyable course.  The lecturers were professional throughout and very informative"
     
  • "I really found it helpful to imagine myself in their shoes...It was interesting and very well delivered! Inspiring!"

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