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Courses

Sign language courses are delivered as part-time ...

Interpreting

Interpreting Services facilitate communication between ...

Enquiry

Enquire about any of CSL Studies services or courses

E-Learning

Learn online, self paced courses and live tuition. Skill your frontline workforce in 1.5 hours per week, minimise downtime. Language maintenance tutorials.

 

 

Family & Children

A child with a hearing loss is first and foremost your child, a member of your family. Start learning early, give your deaf child every opportunity. Research now indictes that the

 

 

Funding & Supports

There is some grant assistance with the cost of interpreting in legal, education and employment services.

Further information available.

 

 

Video Interpreting

Video Remote Interpreting (VRI) and Video Conference Interpreting (VCI) are interpreting services delivered via PC or videophone.

 

 

Why CSL Studies?

Providing services since 1994 we are committed to excellence in service provision, underpinned by principles of Dignity, Equality, and Human Rights.  

Our staff, deaf and hearing have a range of expertise in language acquisition & development, teaching, bilingual education, mental health, culture & identity, law, and other disciplines in the field of deaf studies.

You may be assured that every enquiry is treated with respect, confidentiality, and attention to detail.

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Services

We offer a number of key services: (a) sign language interpreting in community and conference settings with over 20 years experience working in medical and legal settings.  Our clients span the public sector in health care, education and training, employment services, and legal services.  Community services and NGOs, private business, and third level education throughout Ireland rely on our  

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Affiliations

We are members of the Council of Irish Sign Language Interpreters (CISLI), the governing body for standards and best practice in professional Irish Sign Language interpreting services in Ireland. CISLI consists of a partnership with the Irish Deaf Society (IDS).  

We are also members of the European Forum of Sign Language Interpreters (EFSLI), and WASLI the World Association of Sign Language Interpreters. 

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Testimonials

“We are very happy with the service provided by CSL. The interpreters are always of the highest standard and they are very reliable so we never have to worry about a student being left without an interpreter.”  Karen Mooney, Disability Officer, National College of Ireland

Resources

  • Resources
  • Affordable room hire
  • Range of information leaflets
  • Reading room containing books, journals, magazines, and DVDs on a range of topics relating to the Deaf Community

News

  • Church Interpreting

    Workshop on Church Interpreting was provided by Frankie Berry, Pastor Care Officer NCDP at CSL Studies 23&24th June. It was attended by interpreters working in the North, North West, West and Mid-West Regions in Ireland.

     

     

  • Christmas Mass

    Christmass Mass with sign language interpretation at 6pm on Christmas Eve at St. Oliver Plunkett Church, Renmore, Galway

     

  • European Deaf Cruise

    CRUISING HOLIDAY especially for people of Deaf culture, those who are deaf, hard of hearing, or reliant on sign language 15th to 25th August 2013.

     

     

Courses

  • live tuition online video web conference

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    Live Online tuition via video web conferenceing - Basic and Level One

    It's so simple, just click the JOIN link sent to you by email.  Basic and Level One courses are

     

     

     

  • Basic Course in ISL

    basicThis an introductory course in which you may experience manual-visual communication and decide if you would like to learn the language.

     

     

  • Level 1 Course in ISL

    basicThis course is a beginner course in ISL and no prior knowledge of ISL is needed. It is designed to enable students to acquire a basic ability to converse with Deaf people in everyday situations using sign language.

     

     

  • Level 2 Course in ISL

    basicThis is a continuation course for those who have successfully completed Level 1.  It aims to improve communication skills in a range of familiar contexts, participating in longer ...

     

     

  • Level 3 Course in ISL

    basicNew Level 3 Certificate in ISL 2013-2014.    Level 3 NVQ in Irish Sign Language uses the British National Language Standards (CILT, 2005), which define competent performance in British Sign Language (BSL) and Irish Sign Language (ISL) skills both ...

     

     

  • Level 6 NVQ in ISL

    basicLevel 6 NVQ Certificate in Irish Sign Language (ISL) caters for the learning needs of those who already have competence in ISL at Level 3

     

     

  • Level 6 NVQ in Interpreting

    basicLevel 6 Interpreting in Sign Language uses the National Occupational Standards in Interpreting (CILT, 2006), which define competent performance in interpreting.

     

     

  • Sign Language Translation

    Signature Level 6 Diploma in Sign Language Translation (QCF) (QCF Accreditation Number: 600/2941/9) Signature Qualification Reference: TRA6 Signature Level 6 Diploma in Sign Language Translation uses the National Occupational Standards in Translation (CILT, 2007), which define competent performance in Translation 1.