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AUSLAN (Australian Sign Language) is a visual-gestural language. It is not based on English grammatical system but has its own grammar. AUSLAN is the native language of many deaf people and the primary language of many others who have learned it later in life. It is a part of the cultural of the Deaf community and is recognised as a community language. The trainer is a member of Deaf community and the class will be taught in the real world of Deaf people at intermediate level.
This course is a follow on from the Beginners course and will focus on conversation with other students.
Students need to attend 75% of the course to be eligible to receive a Certificate of Achievement on the final day.
|Course Code||Day||Start Date||End Date||Time||Location|
|211AUSINTA||Mon||May 3rd||Jun 28th||6:00pm - 8:00pm||Monash University Clayton|
Fees are inclusive of all materials.
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Terence is a highly experienced Auslan trainer with over 40 year’s experience and is heavily involved in the Deaf Community.
8 x 2 hour sessions
Computer, Smartphone or Tablet with camera and microphone. Notepad and pen.