Thibologa Sign Language Institution - Products - South African Sign Language Software

By: Thibologa Sign Language Institution  11-11-2011
Keywords: African Sign Language

South African Sign Language Learning Software has the same lessons as on-line course.
The difference is that this software does not require the learner to have Internet access.
If the learner requires further assistance with regards to the lessons and coure material, only then will Internet access be required.

We install the software the learner's computer once he/she has made the purchase.
The learner can also pay the monthly or annual license fees to enable us to assist and also to enable us to upgrade the software that we have installed on the learner's computer. An evaluation exam (or test) will be provided to the learners every 3 months and the learning material ( Booklets and DVDs ) will be given to the learner with each software purchase.

A 10% discount (installation and monthly/annual licensing fee) is offered to government departments, private companies, educational institutions ( such as libraries for example), and NGOs who purchase 10 or more software licenses to be installed on their computer systems.

Our Price : please contact us for a quote.

Keywords: African Sign Language

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