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IMG_1562Welcome to Visual Communication Consultants. Join us on our journey throughout Western Australia visiting towns and workplaces, or have our friendly consultant visit you. NDIS Registered Provider.

We offer a variety of sign language workshops, courses and tailored programs for individuals or groups.

Take a look below at our 2018 course schedule

We also offer an Accredited Auslan Interpreter.

We look forward to meeting you.

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    2018 Course Schedule
    June Public Scheduled Courses
    Auslan Advanced Balingup WA – 7th and 8th
    You will learn how to use Auslan in employment settings. Build on your terminology in time, medical settings, sport, technology, personal hygiene, animals and more. Learn new content including sign singing, storytelling in Auslan, describing people and things, shapes, states of Australia, seasons, occupations, syntax, personal information, manual systems of signing
    General registration $550 per person $495 concession.
    Registration includes: Resource package with presentation notes, reference material, hard copies of signs, plus a certificate of completion.

    July Public Scheduled Courses
    Key Word Sign workshop Broome WA – 19th July
    Signing and speech used together enhances communication and understanding for people of all ages who have complex communication needs.
    Our one day course equips teachers, support staff, family members and carers in schools, health services and social and community settings.
    You will learn how to use key word sign daily to support people who have complex communication needs, sign production techniques, learn over 100 signs plus more.
    General registration $300 per person.
    Registration includes: Resource package with presentation notes, reference material, hard copies of signs, plus a certificate of completion.


    Visual Communication Consultants gather on Country on which members and Elders of the local Indigenous community and their forebears have been custodians for many centuries and on which Aboriginal people have performed age-old ceremonies of celebration, initiation and renewal. We acknowledge their living culture and their unique role in the life of the region.

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