It was lovely to receive this feedback from King’s College London for Deaf Awareness Training. “We have received very positive feedback from colleagues. All stated that Kathleen was an excellent facilitator and that the content, materials distributed, and duration was great.” We’d love to deliver a training course for your organisation (there’s still time before Christmas and […]
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I wanted to let you know about our Autumn Signature-approved British Sign Language (BSL) courses which are filling up quickly. Whether you’re new to BSL or want to take your signing skills to the next level, now could be the perfect time to do just that with our courses. We’d love to welcome on one of […]
I’m delighted to say that our latest newsletter is now available. In this edition, Where Dot Sign Language’s name came from, the Guildford BSL Festival in October and the time to start booking on our Autumn courses. You can view the newsletter here.
Dorothy Miles was pioneer of British Sign Language (BSL) poetry and a playwright. She compiled the first teaching manual for BSL tutors and helped establish the first university course for deaf people to become BSL tutors. You may already know that Dot Sign Language evolved from The Dorothy Miles Cultural Centre which was established by […]
It’s been a year since the BSL Act recognised BSL as a language for the first time in England, Scotland and Wales. A new British Sign Language (BSL) Advisory Board has been set up to advise the government on key issues impacting the Deaf community which is good to see. But there are many challenges […]
Happy New Year to you. Best wishes from all us at Dot Sign Language.
I hope you are having a good break. If you’ve had enough of watching old Christmas films and are wanting to do something new over the holidays, perhaps you might like to learn some #BSL fingerspelling (if you don’t know the signs already). It’s great fun and incredibly useful. You can download this pdf for free here: […]
I am so pleased that so many people are wanting to develop their Sign Language skills. If in you are Surrey and interested in studying for a Signature-Approved BSL Level 6, can I tell you about our Level 6 course. It starts in February and will be held at the University of Surrey campus. You […]
For the first time in England and Wales, Deaf people have been able to fulfil their civic duty and serve on a jury, supported by British Sign Language (BSL) interpreters.