Bespoke D/deaf and sensory awareness course

£175 Including Assessment Fee

Course Information and Modules

Understanding the prevalence and range of terms used to describe D/deafness* and sensory loss

How the ear works and the related D/deafness, including emotional impact of losing hearing

Consider what it’s like to have a hearing impairment and learn how to communicate with D/deaf people following the simple rules of communication

Understanding the challenges to good sensory health in your setting/service, and how we can overcome these, by: Understanding and awareness, Environment and Equipment and technology

Our bespoke D/deaf* and sensory awareness courses are completely tailored to the needs of the user group. We have delivered bespoke courses to members from the corporate sector, health, care, leisure, and retail.

Please get in touch here to discuss your needs and receive a bespoke training proposal. We deliver training live, whether online or face-to-face and can create a series of on-demand webinars for your organisation to refer to whenever you need.

*The word Deaf (with a capital ‘D’) is used to denote individuals whose first language is British Sign Language (BSL), whilst the term D/deaf refers to everyone with a hearing loss: Deaf, deaf, deafened, hard of hearing and Deafblind.

Please visit our testimonials page to read about some of the organisations we have worked with.

“Incus recently provided Deaf Awareness Training to the North of England Region for The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. Jenna and Carol were really helpful in organizing the training to suit our region and coordinated everything from the format, the dates, the zoom links and the pre and post course admin. The training on the day ran very smoothly and the staff team enjoyed the delivery and the content, and the feedback I have received has all been very positive. I would recommend their course to anyone.”

Nicky Young

Operations Officer, North of England

Duke of Edinburgh's Award

Brian Cadwallader