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Bachelor of Cued Speech Transliteration (CST) (Vocational)

The transliterator transmits to the deaf all oral messages in a school or university teaching context, with the help of cued speech. This vocational degree aims to give future transliterators mastery of cued speech (in French: Langue française Parlée Complétée). Thanks to the use of cued speech by transliterators, young deaf people attending school or university in France can follow all classes in the French language.

This course is organized into four main parts:

  • A theoretical component – understanding of deafness and linguistic knowledge
  • The technical learning of the cued speech tool
  • Practical training
  • Experience in the field (internships in specialized and ordinary schools)

Upon completion of the course, graduates will:

  • have acquired essential theoretical knowledge about deafness and basic knowledge of linguistics
  • demonstrate a genuine experience of contact with deafness
  • master cued speech
  • be capable of participating as an active partner in the teaching team
  • be able to adapt to a deaf person’s needs (from childhood to adulthood) within the framework of their school or university studies.


Competence

  • Have the necessary theoretical knowledge about deafness and basic knowledge of linguistics.
  • Mastery of cued speech in French (LPC).
  • Be capable of participating as an active partner in the teaching team, taking charge of the education of the deaf person from childhood to adulthood (from kindergarten to university).
  • Be able to adapt to a deaf person’s needs (from childhood to adulthood) within the framework of their school or university studies.


Keywords

Deafness, disability, health, cued speech transliterator (CST), langue française parlée complétée, codeur LPC

Opportunities

 The transliterator works in:

  • teaching and training establishments: from kindergarten to higher learning and vocational training
  • examination centers
  • conferences, shows, cultural events
  • a professional context : work meetings, congresses

and the following bodies:

  • independent or specialized healthcare services;
  • associations;
  • university special needs services;
  • specialized establishments for young deaf people.


Organization

184 hours of theory classes divided into four main sections:

  • Child development: biological, emotional, social and cognitive dimensions
  • Communication and learning
  • Education and teaching
  • Cued speech (Langue française Parlée Complétée)

and 156 hours of technical and practical cued speech training:

  • Personalized computer-aided supervision of the technical mastery of the LPC tool using
  • Personalized supervision of the educational use of training tools for cued speech intended for school children
  • Personalized supervision during internships of the use of teaching systems with young people.





Well-targeted public

Students who have done 2 years of tertiary study wishing to become cued speech transliterators in various professional situations (health, education, tourism…) in the service sector. They should have a DEUG or a DEUST in fields such as: biology, health, social sciences, literature, etc.

Admissions

Deafness professionals in continuing education. Those with a professional or personal experience in the area of deafness of at least three years.

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16/04/09