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Deaf Sensitivity Training is a programmed  course that covers the needs of those who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH). Deaf Sensitivity Training is provided by family-owned Tylin Promotions which has been in operation for 30+ years.

This 4-hour class provides high-level, and real life learning to those in communities across the United States. We have given training in multiple states and to many industries. Aside from training government such as law enforcement, fire, medical, private industry and even residents in the communities that we impact, we strive for total excellence in any type organization that wants to improve service to those with hearing loss,

What Do We Want to Accomplish?

Make a Positive Impact

With every community and region that we are called to, we strive to make every interaction everlastingly positive and meaningful. We provide training that makes a difference on topics that demand care and attention, not only to public safety such as first responders, hospitals, airports, mass transit, school districts, malls, banks and hotels among many other types of organization.

Provide Educational Excellence

Our course curriculum is geared towards making sense in easy to understand terms and carry a heavy educational value. The material is designed by an instructor with years of experience working with those who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH).

Be Organized and Efficient

Logistics is at the center of any business operation. This is why we operate in a near-paperless environment and work with state-of-the-art systems and processes. Each course planned in each community is carefully laid out to ensure a positive, meaningful and educational impact.

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Sponsored by Tylin Promotions
1146 No. Mesa Dr., Ste. 102-300
Mesa, AZ 85201

Special thanks to Hon. Jonathan Rothschild, Mayor of the City of Tucson, AZ for spearheading the launch of this training program. Support and advice about content was freely given by Ian Cameron, Mesa, AZ; Deputy Amaury Mergado, Retired, Osceolsa County Sheriff’s Office, FL; Marc Garcia, Mesa CVB, AZ; George Flowers network radio, NY City, NY and Stephen Lebow, Esquire, FL. Many professionals that assisted are too numerous to mention, and are from Gallaudet University, Washington, D.C., and commissions and departments for the Deaf and hard of hearing and vocational rehabilitation offices from several states. Everyone was extremely helpful with the “kick off” the first training class 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 and fire-medical agencies, airports and departments of justice across America for your participation and positive comments. In many states, classes are approved for law enforcement credit by the appropriate agencies throughout the United States.