Why Learn British Sign Language?

  • Great for exercising your brain
  • Great for team building
  • Great fun

Learning BSL could help your career by opening up new opportunities and of course, you’ll be able to communicate with Deaf friends, colleagues etc.

We’ve taught hundreds of people and businesses (including Heathrow,  NHS, Lloyds of London, SpecSavers to name just a few).

We’re professional, insured and fully compliant with Signature Centre Approvals.

If you have a Deaf child, please contact us about funding. We don’t offer funding ourselves but we do know organisations that do (subject to criteria).

We would love to deliver a BSL taster/Deaf Awareness webinar for your organisation. Find out more about what we can do here.

Read our Frequently Asked Questions about BSL for more information about Deafness.

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  • High Pass Rates

    Students receive recognised Signature qualifications

  • Bespoke Workplace Training

    Deaf awareness and British Sign Language training to improve communication with Deaf colleagues and customers

  • Professionally Insured

    Experienced teachers take students' learning seriously

Val Pascual

“Learning BSL has given me a far greater insight into the Deaf World. It has helped me understand more about Deaf Culture and increased my ability and confidence to communicate with Deaf people.”

— Val Pascual

Hannah Knell

“BSL Level 3 has changed my life. I am now working as a full time teaching assistant at a bilingual BSL school, working with five deaf children…  I owe my teacher, at Dot, a lot, she was incredibly patient. I would not have got this far without her.”

— Hannah Knell


“The BSL Level 3 Project was a hugely positive step forward for me.  It gave me confidence by learning alongside Deaf and hearing students and mixing with them socially.  It has opened my mind to another culture and brought some wonderful people into my life.  It has made me all the more determined to use my BSL in future work”. 

— Keri Cooper