A message to Signature students

Following advice from the government in regard to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), we have been looking at ways of supporting our centres and learners through this period of uncertainty.

We understand that the closure of centres and the cancellation of exams will be unsettling for many of our learners. As with any other language, we know how important it is for you to practice your BSL skills on a regular basis. Therefore, during this time we will be offering all Signature students free access to BSLHomework.

We hope that this will provide some support and guidance at a time when face to face teaching just isn’t an option.

What is BSLHomework?

BSLHomework is accessed via the Signature Learning Hub and is a comprehensive online library of video clips and support materials to help learners understand the assessments, develop vocabulary linguistics skills, and practice receptive BSL skills from wherever you are.

Developed by BSL teachers and experts from across the UK, BSLHomework is an excellent training resource for anyone studying Level 1, 2 or 3 in British Sign Language. BSLHomework is accessible 24 hours a day on a range of devices.

The marketing team will also be available to assist with any issues or queries on a daily basis.

How to gain access

For those who would like to gain free access, we will be asking learners to email their centre.

If your centre is not available, you can email the Signature marketing team at communications@signature.org.uk with details of your centre, and current Signature course. You can also contact us through social media – @SignatureDeaf on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

We will respond to emails as quickly as possible, please be patient. If you have any other questions please call 07394 564 547

Please note, learners will be required to create an account on the Signature Learning Hub, and complete are purchase through the Signature Shop using a discount code.

If you have any questions, please contact communications@signature.org.uk

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