Get Deaf Aware self deliver

If you like the sound of everything so far but you’re thinking that you’d prefer to keep the training in-house, we’ve got you covered. Our self deliver package is perfect for getting all the information you need to deliver comprehensive deaf awareness training to your employees. Including teaching notes, presentations, training exercises and tests, it really is the perfect package to guarantee successful deaf awareness training into your staff development programme. This allows you to keep costs down and work to your own training timetable.

If you wish to take this one step further, our train the trainers’ scheme allows your HR/training staff to first attend Get Deaf Aware training separately and learn how to deliver the material themselves. Being trained by one of our experts guarantees the ability to gain an extended knowledge of deaf awareness and pass this on to your employees.

Get Deaf Aware Self Deliver: Content areas

An introduction to deafness

  • What does deaf mean?
  • How to recognise if someone is deaf
  • Important statistics.

Communication and tactics

  • Adapting the working environment.
  • How to effectively communicate with a deaf person.
  • Technology and communication


  • How to increase your level of customer service
  • Inclusivity in the workplace.

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