British Sign Language courses in LeedsWelcome to Absolute BSL - a thriving and vibrant company, based in Leeds, offering a wide range of services to individuals and organisations.

 

We provide a range of high-quality training packages which include these subjects - British Sign Language, Deaf Awareness and Family Sign – and guarantee a rewarding and enjoyable learning experience, using second-language teaching methods.

 

We also provide specialist services, such as presenting, translating, mentoring, monitoring, giving talks, facilitating workshops and are committed to ensure they are of high-quality and professional.

 

The company is new but is led by one of the most experienced BSL teachers in the U.K. (read more here)

 

The majority of our services are provided in West Yorkshire but we can cover other parts of the U.K. where possible.

 

Here are some snippets of what our clients said about our services:

“...couldn’t have done without your expert guidance.”

“...found your feedback comments very helpful.”

“... the BSL students have thoroughly enjoyed themselves and are enthusiastic to go on and learn more.”

“...found your sign language classes both interesting and informative, and feel I have learnt more in the three months I have been attending, than I learnt in the previous two years!”

 

You can explore this website further or contact us

 

 

absolute is covered with Public Liability and Professional Indemnity Insurance.  You can click on the box below to view our policy details.

Simply Business Professional Indemnity Insurance

Simply Business Professional Indemnity Insurance

Public Liability : £1,000,000
Professional Indemnity : £1,000,000

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Testimonials

Eva
2012-07-23, 11:29
Thankyou Alison for all your help, without you I doubt if I would have got my level one.
Lynne
2012-07-14, 17:55
I passed my Level 1! Many thanks for all your help.
Wendy
2012-03-02, 21:27
'Thank you' for giving up your time to speak so openly and honestly to our fathers at the group on Tuesday 1st February.

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