Deaf Inclusivity

Training courses for companies and individuals in deaf Inclusivity, awareness and basic British sign language skills A look at criminology and psychology too
Deaf Inclusivity
2 Poltair Crescent
St. Austell
PL25 4LX
United Kingdom

Payment methods accepted: Cash, Credit Card, Debit Card, Invoiced Payment
Opening hours
09:00 - 17:00
09:00 - 17:00
09:00 - 17:00
09:00 - 17:00
09:00 - 17:00
09:00 - 17:00
09:00 - 17:00
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I am Stephen Nott and I am offering a course in deaf inclusivity that can be tailored to meet the needs of organisations and each person’s individual requirements. I lost all my hearing when seven, having contracted meningitis, therefore I could read, write, and speak normally before I became deafened. Throughout my lifetime I have been involved in areas such as scouting as a leader; deaf youth clubs and run of the mill deaf clubs; Rotary, Lions and Duke of Edinburgh assessments and the list goes on… I have also worked for in total nine years in care homes for the deaf with additional severe special needs. I am currently in my third year of a BA Hons Criminology and Psychology degree, leading to a minimum of a Master’s in Psychology in due course.

What am I offering?

A course in deaf awareness, combined with basic signing skills, depending on the course length agreed with yourselves.

This course encompasses areas such as:

  • What is D deafness and the differences between D deaf and hard of hearing?
  • Why is inclusivity so hard for the D deaf, and a look at the various ways of resolving issues.
  • Design and implementation of buildings and spaces to meet the needs of the Deaf
  • Approaching the D deaf, what not to do and ways of overcoming communication
  • Access To Work – how this can help employers to give better equality and inclusivity
  • Equipment availability and latest technology updates
  • Basic sign skills (how deep depends on the course length)

These are just some of the areas that are covered, and the depth and breadth will depend on the length of training. I do recommend regular refreshers for all staff as they will most probably not meet the Deaf every day and soon forget the training. I recommend quarterly refreshers which would also encompass involving new staff as they are turned over.

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