Welcome to Key Word Sign NSW
Key Word Sign NSW is a not-for-profit incorporated association that supports the use of Key Word Sign within NSW. It is run by a dedicated group of volunteers.
Find a NSW workshop here
The Key Word Sign Basic Workshop has been endorsed as a registered professional development course by BOSTES Board of Studies Teaching and Educational Standards. For more information see our workshops page.
UPCOMING Webinar from KEY WORD SIGN Australia (SCOPE)
Key Word Sign Australia proudly presents the following interactive webinar with Dr. Leigha Dark:
THE RESEARCH EVIDENCE BASE FOR KEY WORD SIGN
This is part of an annual program that KWS Australia offers to all KWS presenters across Australia. It is optional to attend, and your attendance would be in addition to your NSW Membership and attendance at NSW Sign Updates. This is a great opportunity to hear an update on the Research Evidence Base for Key Word Sign, and have your key word signing reviewed by KWSA.
Wednesday the 20th of July, 2 - 3.30pm
Cost: $75 Applications close: 18th July
Key Word Sign Australia has developed this great app with Scope Victoria which lets you:
- Print out the Key Word Sign Australia dictionary a-z or by category.
- Create and print individualised resources using line drawings of Auslan signs, Widgit symbols or photos from your own camera roll
- Watch video clips of the Interactive Vocabulary, numbers, alphabet or your own saved clips.
This app has been designed for anyone supporting children, adolescents and /or adults who use Key Word Sign.
The app is available on the iTunes store
KWS NSW MEMBERSHIP FOR 2016- 2017 will be open soon
See our membership page for more details on how to renew your membership or become a new KWS NSW member.
If you have any stories or photos to share showing KWS in action please email email@example.com.
Email Addresses for Key Word Sign NSW
Please direct your enquiries to the following:
Membership enquiries, membership application forms and payment.
Workshop enquiries, workshop promotion, find a presenter, evaluation summaries and reports.
Website access and troubleshooting, website updates, advertising an event.
General enquiries, contacting the coordinators or committee members.
Signing community enquiries, specific questions about signing.
Enquiries about upcoming presenter training.