34 Dodd Street, Wembley

Western Australia 6014

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Auslan Classes

As a part of our services we offer a variety of linguistic and cultural training for those wishing to learn more about the Australian Deaf community.

Auslan is the language used by the majority of Deaf Australian’s and is has bee recognised as an official language since 1991. Here at Access Plus we offer classes for beginners wanting to learn, and for those with a bit more experience or those who are keen to go on to formalise their language acquisition

Our current classes run for 16 hours which can occur in either 2 hours blocks, weekly or bi-weekly or over a weekend. You can also request to have a tailored class taught to a smaller group, in your workplace, or with your family.

Please see below for our list of current classes.

To book online, simply click the link and you will be redirected to TryBooking for payment. Alternatively you can contact our office to pay over the phone or in person. 

Email training@accessplus.org.au to check your eligibility for cheaper concession bookings or earlybird discounts.



See Why Nic wanted to Learn Auslan

We all have different reasons to learn Auslan. Whether we want to connect with Deaf family or friends, or want to engage with the Deaf community like Nic, Access Plus can teach you the right level of Auslan. We have three levels of classes, Basic, Intermediate, and Advanced, so there’s something for everyone.

Basic Classes

Click here for information about Basic classes in your area.

Intermediate Classes

Click here for information about Intermediate classes in your area.

Advanced Classes

Click here for information about Advanced classes in your area.

Our Basic Auslan Course covers the following:
  • Deafness Awareness Training & Deaf Culture
  • Fingerspelling
  • Numbers & Counting
  • Dates & Times
  • Greetings, introductions and exchanging personal information
  • Question words – who, what, when, where, why, how
  • Colours
  • Food & drink
  • Talking about your surroundings, where you live and your family
  • Transport
  • Recreational activities
  • Other vocabulary and conversation skills
Our Intermediate Auslan Course covers the following:
  • Sentence structure
  • Pronouns & adjectives
  • Quantifiers (all, most, many etc)
  • Asking for and giving directions
  • Describing others
  • Attributing qualities to others
  • Talking about family
  • Talking about routines
  • Workplaces & occupations
  • Rooms and objects to do with the home & everyday living
  • Making complaints, suggestions and requests
  • Other vocabulary and conversation skills


  •  Themes and ideas of complex discussions
  • Abstract and concrete topics
  • Sign in an ability that produces only a small amount of gaps or grammatical errors
  • Sign without a degree of strain or discomfort in conversation creating flowing and natural conversations
  • Create understanding on unfamiliar signs based on context and cues
  • Argue a particular view in discussions on topical issues with clear and detailed points
  • Answer in Auslan a variety of follow up questions

We are always adding more classes and updating our course roster throughout the year.

If you wish to stay up-to-date on your preferred class join our information wait list. Email the following details to training@accessplus.org.au and we will add you to the list to notify you when classes become available:

Phone number:
Basic or Intermediate class?:
Preferred suburb/s:
Preferred day/s:
Prefer day or night class?:

We also provide private classes to those wishing to learn in an adaptive environment where the teacher comes to you. This is perfect for small groups, offices, and those who live in regional WA. If you want to find out  more about creating your own class get in touch with training@accessplus.org.au.