What is Get Deaf Aware Online?

Are you looking for flexible deaf awareness training that offers engaging and valuable content perfect for your specific business needs?

Get Deaf Aware online is CPD Accredited. Continuing Professional Development (CPD) accredited is an assurance in terms of the training standard and the level of learning offered. Get Deaf Aware is proud to exceed the standards and benchmarks required to receive such a prestigious accreditation.

Get Deaf Aware Online is training aimed at organisations and individuals who want an introduction to, and to gain a basic understanding of deaf awareness in the workplace. Offered exclusively online, the course consists of scenario based training and easy to follow information enabling instant benefits. Get Deaf Aware Online offers flexibility in terms of training scheduling and enhanced accessibility for all employees to access 24/7.

Taking only 45 minutes to complete, whether you’re looking to get all your staff to complete the training in a short timeframe, or if you’re looking to stagger it over several days, or weeks, you have the ability and freedom to make it work for you.

Get Deaf Aware Online: Content areas

  • Terms and characteristics of deafness
  • Tactics to help you improve communication with deaf people
  • How to recognise communication aids for deaf people
  • How to provide a better customer experience for deaf people
  • The importance of deaf awareness in the Workplace

Get Deaf Aware Online is accredited by the CPD Certification Service for the quality of its training materials. Find out more here.

How much does it cost?

Users Price per user Total
1 £30 £30
15 £13.27 £199
25 £11.96 £299
50 £10.98 £549
100 £9.99 £999
250 £8 £1,999
500 £7 £3,499
1000 £6 £5,999

What are our users saying

In the UK there are around 11 million people who have some degree of hearing loss. That’s around 1 in 6.

  • 88% of people said that knowing an organisation was deaf aware would influence their buyer decision
  • 97% of people asked told us they believed deaf awareness training should be part of every companies training plan
  • 70% of people said they would have little or no confidence in communicating with a deaf person.
  • 5/10 – the average rating of an organisation’s deaf awareness strategy.

Why should you become deaf aware?

  • Improve understanding and awareness of deafness
  • Training is flexible and cost effective
  • Improve customer service, retention and loyalty
  • Reduce staff embarrassment and increase confidence
  • Increase communication skills with deaf people
  • Become more ethically aware than your competitors
  • Sense of pride and accomplishment for all staff
  • Increase footfall and income
  • Differentiate your organisation