Certificate III in Auslan
PSP30218 - Certificate III in Auslan forms part of the new PSP51018 Diploma of Auslan Training Package (release in 2018). The new training package is nationally recognised and the qualifications teach the language of the Australian Deaf Community, Auslan (Australian Sign Language). These certificates also include units on the unique culture, history and values of the Deaf Community.
This qualification provides signing skills to communicate in Auslan with some confidence on familiar, routine and some non-routine matters. Communication may take place in any situation including personal, public, social, employment and educational domains.
The course is designed to develop the knowledge and skills required to:
understand the main points when clear, standard language (which for sign language users may be a locally used variation) is used and the topics are familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc.
deal with most situations likely to arise where the sign language is used
produce simple connected text on topics, which are familiar, or of personal interest
describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes and ambitions and briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans.
Classes are offered in a blended model of teaching with a combination of face to face and online learning, home study and community contact. Face to face sessions are timetabled in the Course Guide
Students will attend Auslan Only Weekends and other events aimed at Certificate IV level. These events will be attended by members of the Deaf community and you will be required to turn “off” your voice.
This course is suitable for any student who has completed Certificate II in Auslan or equivalent wanting to continue their Auslan study.
UNITS OF COMPETENCY
The Deaf Society will deliver PSP30218 Certificate III in Auslan as units of competency – there are a total of three units you will need to complete in order to attain your Certificate.
Converse in Auslan at an independent user level (familiar)
Face to Face Classroom
Analyse the structure of Auslan signs
|Face to Face Classroom & Online Study|
Research the development of educational and social conditions of Australian Deaf Communities
Semester 2 Course Guide
See below for course guide.
NSW - $150. This training is subsidised by the NSW Government. To check your eligibility, visit the Smart and Skilled Page.
Supported through WorkReady by the Government of South Australia
ENROLMENT REQUIREMENTSPlease note, enrolment applications must be completed in full with the required evidence attached, signed, dated, and forwarded to email@example.com.
Successful applications will be placed in classes in the order they are received. Partial or incomplete applications will not be accepted.
If your application is accepted, you must be available to complete online orientation training day end of July 2020. Precise date to be announced.
Applications close on Friday, 10 July 2020 at 5pm.
For the best chance of securing a position, we recommend you have the following documentation prepared;
Proof of ID signed by a Justice of the Peace in the form of one of the following:
- Australian or New Zealand Birth Certificate
- Australian or New Zealand Passport
- Green Medicare card
- Naturalisation Certificate
- Humanitarian VISA
- Certificate of Evidence of Resident Status (Permanent Resident)
- Current driver’s license
- Health Care card or Pension card
- Proof of Age card
- Letter or email form employer to show the street address where you are working
- Utilities account relating to your address within the last 3 months of rental document
- Disability Support Pension card
- Letter form a medical practitioner
- Letter from appropriate government agency
- Letter from TAFE NSW Teacher/Consultant for students with a disability
- Letter from special education coordinator
- Letter from specialised allied health professional
You should have copies of any relevant transcripts signed by a Justice of the Peace and have your USI number ready, if you don't have a USI you can create one here.
Finally, before committing to one of our courses, please read the Student Handbook which outlines our policies, procedures and your responsibilities as a student.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1800 893 855.