BSL LEVEL 4
BSL Level 4 Course
This course is a pathway towards becoming a qualified interpreter. The course is useful for those who want to make interpreting their profession, i.e. become a qualified interpreter. This qualification is necessary for people who want to work with deaf people, e.g. social workers, teachers of the Deaf, communicators, voluntary workers, workers within Deaf organisations, schools, etc.
There are 3 units in this course. The student is required to pass all 3, after which a certificate of completion (signature qualification) is awarded.
Unit 1 (BSL420- Extended sign language linguistics): This unit involves learning in-depth the grammatical structure of BSL.
Unit 2 (BSL421- Understanding extended BSL in a range of work and social situations): This unit involves understanding a complex use of BSL in a wider range of work and social settings.
Unit 3 (BSL422- The use of extended BSL in a range of work and social situations): This unit involves the complex use of BSL in a wider range of work and social settings.
Assessments are done by an assessor from Signature. Assessments take place during normal lesson times. Assessment fees are included in the fees.
Assessment for BSL level 4 will be presenting a portfolio for each of the units.
Completion of the BSL level 4 course paves way for the learner to enrol on the BSL Level 6.
Course Details and Fees
Duration: 22 weeks
Price: £1429 (includes deposit, admin and assessment fee of £157 for three exams)
DMCS reserves the right not to register students for the assessment if we feel that their skills are below the standard required to achieve the qualification.