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1-hour training, pending availability, call

800 276-8988

Join our next 1-hour On-Line LIVE weekly webinar demo presentation. Send email to: AskUs@DeptofEd.org and in the subject box, type "DEMO WEBINAR REQUEST". Add your name, affiliation, email address and phone number in the message area. A link will be sent to you. If you cannot make the next one, simply resend the request and we'll schedule you for the one after. They are all set to start at 10:00am Pacific, 12 noon Central and 1:00pm Eastern.

Special thanks go to Hon. Jonathan Rothschild, Mayor of the City of Tucson, AZ for spearheading the launch of this training. Support and advice about content was freely given by Ian Cameron in Mesa, AZ, Deputy Amaury Mergado in FL, Marc Garcia in Mesa, AZ. George Flowers in NY City, and Stephen Lebow in FL, along with many professionals at Gallaudet University. Everyone was extremely helpful with the "kick off" the first seminar in Tucson, AZ. There are so many more wonderful people who encouraged the development of this way overdue program and contributed to its growth and expansion nationwide. Thanks also to the many police & fire agencies, airports and departments of justice across America for your participation and positive comments.  Both classes are approved for law enforcement credit by the appropriate state agency where the offices are headquartered.

The d/Deaf & Hard of Hearing Sensitivity Training Class

      Tucson 520 407-6606 •Long Island, NY 516 799-2274 •NY City 917 267-9645 •Las Vegas, NV 702 430-8685

      Phoenix  480 615-8900 •L.A., Calif. 661 347-01911 •Raleigh, NC 919 238-1616 •Other areas 800 276-8988

      Training for police officers, public safety agencies, hospitals, schools, airports & government entities.

Tylin Promotions' Deaf Sensitivity Training

 Are those who are Deaf or hard of hearing (DHH) "normal?" Of course! This real-to-life, 4-hour deaf

sensitivity training class entitled I Never Gave That a Thought! will show you that.

This seminar will enhance your life and those of so many others that your life will touch.

If you are in the business world, it will open doors. If you are an educator, these should be part of Professional Development.

If you are in the hospitality, travel or airlines field, you'll learn how to better serve guests who are DHH. Public Safety agencies such as police, fire, hospitals and the like will be better trained to serve the community when they understand

d/Deaf culture and the needs of those with any level of hearing loss. We'll learn of the existence of a true Deaf Culture and

what it is all about and how it helps those who are DHH to function at their peak. 
We'll learn about what Audism is. And no, this is not a typo.
      A new perspective awaits everyone, no matter what profession or industry you are in. Embrace, invite, and interact with the Deaf and Hard of Hearing communities. Read on to find out more and register for an upcoming training seminar.
      Call the office nearest you with any questions.
We know one question will probably be about what you thought was a typographical error written above as d/Deaf. That will be explained in the seminar, or call us. We'll be glad to tell you.

                     We're are now offering this training in Canada. Our newest office is in Victoria, British Columbia.

           We can say that the ultimate purpose with this seminar is in line with the motto of the State of Hawai'i:

                  Ua Mau ke Ea o ka 'Āina i ka Pono. The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness.  And so it can be.

Remember: Blindness separates people from things. Deafness separates people from people.



Now also featuring Traumatic & Acquired Brain Injury Training in certain markets. Call for details.

         Some people were born deaf while others were late deafened. Each population has its specific needs and we'll learn about each one in class. These are innocent individuals, who through no fault of their own, have been deprived of the privilege of learning through hearing, and socializing due to the same physical loss. Nonetheless, each person has much to offer the world that he or she lives in if only given an open door to show themselves and their talents. This seminar will enhance your ability to see beyond the silence and view the world from the perception of a person who is deaf or hard of hearing. We'll go into emergency situations where participants are called into action in both reactive and proactive modes.

A NEW WORLD IS OPENING UP!

Coming up: Phoenix, AZ; Tucson, AZ;

Los Angeles, CA; Philadelphia, PA/NJ metro, Orlando & Miami, FL; Long Island, NY,

Las Vegas, Henderson & Reno, NV;

Metro NYC, NY; Missoula, MT; Lexington, SC;

​Research Triangle & statewide, NC.

 

Places we are going: New Jersey, Long Island,

White Plains, & New York City, NY; Missoula, MT;

Ft. Lee, NJ; Reno, Las Vegas, Henderson & Battle Mtn, NV; 

Maricopa City, Phoenix & Tucson in AZ; Dallas, TX;

 Orlando, FL; Atlanta, GA; & the Hawai'ian Islands.

 The seminar has been taken by staff of many city public safety forces, H.R. departments in cities plus large airports in the United States. The program is now available in Canada. Our office is in British Columbia. The class is POST certified in many states.

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Reservations CAN NOW BE MADE ONLINE FOR MOST

SEMINAR LOCATIONS. For on-site, visit http://x.co/OnSiteDeaf

We can hold spaces for 10 days for organizations

wishing to reserve via purchase orders. 

Hotel & venue locations with directions will be sent upon request to our NY City area office at 917 267=9645.


There are more locations and dates being scheduled. To inquire about upcoming seminars, please go to the

CONTACT US blue button on the right or send email to WorldTradeCenter@DeptofEd.org.

You can also see other scheduled seminar cities in the REGISTER HERE area.



Attendee fees are listed on the REGISTRATION page. Large group rates will be quoted upon request.




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The best is saved for last: the title of this seminar is

"I NEVER GAVE THAT A THOUGHT!"



      The Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH) population isn't easy to identify. It is truly a silent world that those who lack auditory and linguistic acuity live in every day. They are people just like you and me. They want to dine in restaurants...bank...buy or lease a car...rent or buy a home and be law abiding citizens. Their ears just do not work. That's all. Then again, some people have partial hearing.

      The title of our seminar is quite appropriate. It is presented to you in order that you may feel what a deaf or HoH person feels inside. Not only are there obvious language and communication issues present, there is the culture of a very unique Deaf Community to be addressed. Within moments after the start of the program, you will experience a taste of being deaf or hard of hearing. Shortly after the start of the seminar, you will begin to understand how to interact with people who are deaf or hard of hearing, and I don't mean pulling out a pen and a piece of paper on which to write things down. It's not all in the communication, it's understanding. Public Safety Forces will be better trained to assist when called upon. Businesses will grow as a new client base is invited in. The world will be much better as you learn how to address the sensitive points of every day life in the world of silence. Those that hear are usually called "hearing." If you can hear, I will probably be right in the assumption that you never thought of yourself as a hearing person, but just as a person. The same concept applies to one who is Deaf or Hard of Hearing. You are invited to join us for this very interesting and rewarding class.


A new module has been added to several open enrollment classes in several cities. The topic is ABI/TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury/Acquired Brain Injury). Among points covered are how to identify survivors of TBI/ABI, why specific behavior is exhibited and how to understand and interact with individuals who are affected. The 1-hour add-on is optional and is not free standing. The fee is $30 per person for both government and private industry.