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All teachers are proficient in Auslan and fully qualified.
We can create a customized curriculum to meet the needs of your students.
All of our introductory Sign Language classes are perfect if you want to learn some basic Auslan for small one on one conversation.
Our community classes are also useful as a tool to test your interest in learning Auslan to develop a career or become a professional interpreter.
Sign Language One Outline: Week 1: The alphabets, finger spelling, numbers, introduction and greetings Week 2: Revisit signs from week 1, age, time and months, frequently used signs Week 3: Revisit signs from week 2, family, people and relationships, emotions Week 4: Revisit signs from week 3, colours, foods and drinks, house Week 5: Revisit signs from week 4, money, action/verbs, conversational Week 6: Revisit signs from week 5, places, sport, recreation and hobby signs Sign Language Two Outline: Week 1: Revision of key signs from Sign Language One, animal signs Week 2: Revisit signs from week 1, education and work, roles at work Week 3: Revisit signs from week 2, nature and environment, weather signs Week 4: Revisit signs from week 3, advanced places, advances house signs Week 5: Revisit signs from week 4, transport, direction and location, describing signs Week 6: Revisit signs from week 5, technology, cities and country signs We provide a variety of Sign Language classes including: You will learn hundreds of signs, popular expressions, numbers and the alphabet.
This course has a pre-requisite of completion of Auslan Introduction or prior Auslan experience.
For more information please contact the Auslan Coordinator.
Vicdeaf now offers an Auslan LOTE program for schools from Prep to Year 12.
This program is consistent with VELS Standards and Progression Points.
The program aims to provide school children with an opportunity to learn a language that is used in their own community.
Classes are held at community centres across Melbourne and are usually held in the evening, but some classes are held during the day. You will build on your learning from Sign Language One and learn more about the grammatical structure of the language.