About this course
This engaging, informative, and enjoyable online course is designed for Deaf people (or any hearing individuals who are helping someone who is Deaf to learn about scam awareness) and is presented in BSL with voiceover.
Sadly, online, email and telephone scams are now more prevalent than ever. Scammers can be based anywhere in the world and are continuously developing new ways to trick people out of their money.
In many cases, individuals who are Deaf are particularly vulnerable to falling victim and this course will help you to understand scams and avoid being exposed to risk and conned out of money.
What does this 'Scam Awareness course for Deaf people' cover?
- Understand different is phishing, vishing and smishing.
- The different types of scams.
- Who to talk to if you think you've been scammed.
- How to spot and avoid a scam.
- How to report a scam.
- Useful tips to avoid falling victim.
What outcomes can you expect from this course?Completing this course will help you to understand:
- Scam Awareness (including new Coronavirus scam).
- How to avoid falling victim.
- How to report a scam.
- How to block a scammer.
Who is the course for?
This course is recommended for Deaf people, teachers and parents of deaf children or anyone who is keen to help a Deaf person they know avoid falling victim to scams.
Who will you learn with?
Shaun Fitzgerald, Deaf Minds Education
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