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Sign Language

Sign language is a language that employs signs made by moving the hands combined with facial expressions and postures of the body to communication. Auslan (or Australian Sign Language) is the language of the deaf community in Australia. SGSCC offers two levels of Sign Language courses to learn the basics of Auslan.

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Sign Language 2

Sign Language 2 continues the unique and fun experience of learning how to communicate visually using Auslan (Australian sign language), the native language of the Australian Deaf Community. No pre-requisite These courses are for people who: Want to be introduced to Auslan (Australian Sign Language) and Deaf culture Want a short course at a relaxed pace Want to attend classes within their local area Are managers, employers, teachers, health professionals, friends and colleagues of... [More]
$220 Limited inc GST / $209
Sign Language 2

<p><p>Sign Language 2 continues the unique and fun experience of learning how to communicate visually using Auslan (Australian sign language), the native language of the Australian Deaf Community.</p>

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If there isn't a class to suit you, please the waiting list.

Sign Language 1

Sign Language 1 offers students the unique and fun experience of learning how to communicate visually using Auslan (Australian sign language), the native language of the Australian Deaf Community. No pre-requisite Auslan Community courses are for people who: Want to be introduced to Auslan (Australian Sign Language) and Deaf culture Want a short course at a relaxed pace Want to attend classes within their local area Are managers, employers, teachers, health professionals, friends... [More]
$220 Limited inc GST / $209
Sign Language 1

<p>Sign Language 1 offers students the unique and fun experience of learning how to communicate visually using Auslan (Australian sign language), the native language of the Australian Deaf Community.<

...

If there isn't a class to suit you, please the waiting list.