BSL Level 3 Course Outline
BSL Level 3 is designed to enable learners to develop their skills to communicate with Deaf people using BSL in a range of everyday situations.
The qualification will allow learners to participate in longer and more varied conversations than at BSL Level 2.
What are the Entry Requirements?
BSL Level 3 meets the learning needs of those who already have competence in BSL Level 2 and are interested in developing their skills and knowledge. Successful learners must be able to demonstrate competence at Level 3 of the UK Occupational Language Standards (Instructus 2012).
By the end of this course you should be able to:
- Good receptive skills required for this level
- Demonstrate productive skills for this level
- Able to do the formal presentation
- Able to do the conversation in two-way interactions
The qualification is divided into three units, each of which can be achieved separately. You will be taught various topics suitable for BSL Level 3 You will be doing more of the natural context of using BSL is in two-way interactions (discussions, conversations, debates etc.), as well as one-way interactions (monologues, presentations etc.).
If you are successful in passing BSL level 3 assessment, you can progress to the next level.
To see the full course breakdown and Signature qualification specification for this level, please click on the following link https://www.signature.org.uk/british-sign-language