Certificate II in Auslan
PSP20218 - Certificate II in Auslan will give you skills and knowledge to communicate in Auslan as a basic user of the language. You will learn to communicate with deaf people on f...
Certificate III in Auslan
PSP30218 - Certificate III in Auslan will give you the skills and knowledge to communicate in Auslan as an independent user of the language. You will learn to communicate with dea...
Certificate IV in Auslan
PSP40818 - Certificate IV in Auslan will give you the skills and knowledge to communicate in Auslan as an independent user of the language. You will learn to communicate with deaf ...
Diploma of Auslan
PSP51018 - Diploma of Auslan will give you skills and knowledge to be able to communicate in Auslan as a proficient user of the language. You will learn to communicate with deaf pe...
Diploma of Interpreting
PSP50922 - Diploma of Interpreting will develop your skills and knowledge to interpret between two languages, in general dialogue and monologue settings and control the interaction...
What our Students say
The course was fantastic. The amount of guests that came into the class was a huge advantage. The quality of our teachers as experienced interpreters was awesome. It was total immersion which is what you need for learning a new skill.
Diploma of Interpreting
The teachers all demonstrated a passion and dedication in helping each of us succeed. The support and encouragement was palpable throughout the course .
Qualification in Auslan
The Student Handbook contains information about DC’s obligations towards our students, information about students’ rights and obligations towards DC, as well as links to the relevant policies.
Students should read the Student Handbook prior to enrolling into an accredited course. You can access the Student Handbook here.
Students who have completed some formal/informal training and/or have proficiency in Auslan may be eligible for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).
For information about RPL, please refer to our RPL page.
DC takes complaints and appeals very seriously and applies the principles of fairness and justice to all complaints and appeals lodged by students.
You can access the Complaints and Appeals Policies under 'Deaf Connect's Policies' on this page or in the Student Handbook.
DC commits to upholding and enforcing the following policies:
• Fees and Refunds Policy
• Credit Transfer and Recognition of Prior Learning Policy
• Enrolment Policy
• Support Services Policy
• Appeals Policy
• Marketing Policy
• Training and Assessment Policy
• Completion Policy
• Complaints Policy
• Marketing Compliance Policy and Requirements
• Training People Under 18 Policy
• Continuous Improvement Policy
• Industry Consultation Policy
• Validation Policy
• Quality Indicators Policy
• Student Record Keeping Policy
• Transition from Superseded Qualifications Policy
As part of the Queensland VET Investment program, the Queensland Government provides Deaf Connect (DC) access to funding under the Certificate 3 Guarantee and Higher Level Skills programs.
The Certificate 3 Guarantee is targeted at Certificate III qualifications and, in certain circumstances, lower-lever vocational qualifications.
The Higher Level Skills subsidies are provided for a select number of Certificate IV, Diploma and Advanced Diploma level qualifications.