With Sign Language becoming the 12th Official Language of South Africa, there is a need for high quality Sign Language training by a competent Sign Language Provider with a good training record. South Africa is falling behind in the integration of disabled people into the workplace. Despite the fact that the Employment Equity Act demands that at least 2% of an organisation’s workforce be disabled, almost all private and public institutions have failed to reach their targets. * Entry level Sign Language training. * Training is conducted at the workplace of the organisation. * Duration: 80 notional hours. (60 hours face-to-face tuition plus 20 hours practical) * Tuition: 2 days/week x 2.5 hour afternoon sessions (15:00 – 17:30) x 12 weeks = 60 hours * Practical: 20 hours practical communication and assignments.