So, you’ve learnt the basics of Auslan in Level 1 and want to learn more? Level 2 provides more. More signs, more linguistics and more Deaf Awareness.
Level 2 offers over 5 hours (double the content from Level 1) of video learning, covering: Numbers including Time, Colours, People, Pets and of course some more Deaf Awareness.
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Online Auslan Course Level 2
Awesome Auslan is offering you the first peek at their new online Introduction to Auslan course.
By the end of the course, you will have learned enough Auslan to communicate at a basic level with Deaf and Auslan users.
|100% Online & Self-paced
|Downloadable PDFs for each video
|Taught by a Deaf, experienced Auslan teacher
|Training videos with voice over and subtitles
|Easy to follow
|Over 5 hours of video lessons
|Certificate of participation awarded upon completion
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Find the Answers to Frequently Asked Questions About the Courses
No, this isn't an accredited course; however this is the perfect beginners course to lead into a certificate II and beyond.
Yes, at the end you get a certificate of participation.
Yes, we have many teachers use this course as part of their personal development. And it will depends on your school, however most of the time your employer will pay for it.
These are one-off face-to-face (desirable, in Brisbane and surrounding regions) or Zoom sessions that run for 2-2.5 hrs that provide a taste of this awesome language. These are organised and booked by the workplace, organisation, community or family/friend group.
Ask your workplace/friends if they’d like to organise a taster session and get in touch to book with Awesome Auslan.
Our online self-paced beginner Auslan course Level 1 is designed to ensure a firm understanding of certain aspects of Auslan are understood; these are repeated often to ensure success and continuity into Level 2.
It is strongly recommended to do Awesome Auslan’s Level 1 before going on to do Level 2. Each teacher/ organisation will cover different aspects of Auslan and you will glean something, as well as revision (which is always useful when learning any language), by enrolling in Level 1.
While Michaela holds a current TAE (Certificate IV in Training and Assessment) and has taught Certificate II and III at a major Deaf organisation, this online course is not an accredited one.
The focus for our online course is to ensure that learners are well versed in the fundamentals of Auslan and can enrol in an accredited course with confidence.
Simply email Michaela at firstname.lastname@example.org to ask any questions you may have.
Upon enrolment and checkout, there is an option to click on ‘generate invoice’. This will produce an invoice for your selected course/s. Provide this to your workplace/support coordinator for payment. Access to the online course will be activated shortly after payment is received.
Upon checkout, there is an option to click ‘gift card’. When doing this, there is also the option of selecting the date for when this [digital] gift card is to be emailed to the receiving party. Upon receipt of their gift card, the receiving party can enrol into the course with their own details.
I am Deaf. I am excited to share the awesome language of Auslan with you.
The use of the word ‘awesome’ in the logo is entirely deliberate.
As a Deaf person who has used, loved, and continued to learn Auslan throughout my life, it was when I started studying the Diploma of Auslan (Deaf cohort 2018) that I was awestruck by how beautifully complex Auslan is.
I am absolutely in love with this awesome, unique and visual language and I can't wait to share it with you.