On-line Foundation Training for Professionals

Our on-line foundation training  for professionals is currently FREE of charge.

Aim:
By the end of this training you will be able to apply your understanding of how to cue to any word you wish.

Course:
Six one-hour lessons delivered as live classes using the on-line video messaging platform zoom.

Classes open at 6.45pm and run from 7pm to 8pm on Tuesday nights. Students receive a recording of each lesson to download and will be set homework assignments at each lesson (expected home study time approximately 1 hour a week). Up to seven students can attend each course. This is a rolling program with regular launch dates, contact CS UK for next available training.

Location:
Students study in their own homes or work places.

Equipment required:
We recommend that you use a lap-top or computer for good screen size but students do successfully use tablets and phones, try to ensure you are well-lit. You will regularly have documents emailed to you and you will need to print out at least the CS Chart.

Cost:
This course is currently free of charge.

An Attendance Certificate will be sent to students who have fully engaged with this training and completed the final homework assignment.

Follow-on Training in Cued Speech:

Post Foundation Pre-Level One Exam course:

Four one-to-one lessons with an on-line tutor, one mock exam and an invigilated level one exam delivered at a time and place to suit you. (If more lessons are required these will cost £25 each.)

Currently on special offer at £100

Post Level One Pre-Level Two Exam course:

Four one-to-one lessons with an on-line tutor, one mock exam and an invigilated level two exam delivered at a time and place to suit you. (If more lessons are required these will cost £25 each.)

Currently on special offer of £130

(Exam descriptions supplied on request.)

As with all skills attainment, these trainings are most successful when students commit to practicing in their own time, just five to ten minutes a day will make all the difference and tutors can offer more opportunities for cueing experience if students are willing to engage.