Learn NZSL in Term 4!

The Equity & Disability Service offers an introductory New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL) course, which will be held in the Puaka James Hight building each Thursday in Term 4 (Sept 16, 23, 30, Oct 7, 14, 21) from 12-12.50pm.

Participants are taught:
• The finger-spelling alphabet
• Basic phrases
• Some university-specific vocabulary
• Basic grammar
• Deaf culture

No previous NZSL experience is required.

Attendees have the option of further developing their NZSL through community-based courses.

The course is open to both current students and staff and the cost is $60.  For more information, please visit the website here>

Watch UC student Benazir and Disability Advisor Nicola to see how you can meet and greet in NZSL here

New Zealand Sign Language Course | Disability Resource Service | University of Canterbury

2 thoughts on “Learn NZSL in Term 4!”

  1. Kia ora
    I wanted to enrol in the sign language course in Term 4. However, my computer blocks the entry to it.
    Can you help me with that?
    I am an Adjunct Fellow of Gateway Antarctica, SEE.

    1. Kia ora Ursula,
      I have passed this on to someone responsible for the sign language course. Please check your emails.

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