We’re looking forward to delivering our BSL Level 4 and Level 6 courses. If not in real life, live online. We would love you to join us. You can explore all our courses here. To book, click here.
It was a pleasure delivering Deaf Awareness training for #JDX Consulting. JDX provides valuable, strategic, technology and operational consulting services to financial services companies, market intermediaries and FinTech companies. In the fun online session, which included breakout rooms, we covered: – The prevalence of deafness in the UK – Communication tips – Introduction to fingerspelling and basic […]
“I really enjoyed participating in the Taster Sessions, I wanted to dip my toe into BSL and found the sessions well run and fun to participate in. ‘It was amazing how many signs we covered in just 3 sessions and they were a great way to get interested in learning a new skill!” Jules Velati–Thank […]
Boris Johnson faced questions from the Liaison Committee yesterday. Caroline Nokes MP, chair of the Women and Equalities Select Committee, said: “Can I ask, when the Home Secretary says that the current lockdown rules are clear, and the commissioner of the Metropolitan Police says it’s preposterous that anyone could be unaware of the rules, why […]
3 fun, relaxed sign language taster sessions for just £47. Refer a friend and it’s only £20 for you! Next Taster Course: 25th, 27th and 29th January at 1.00pm for an hour on Zoom. Find out more here.
We’re delighted that our BSL Level 2 Group 1 have been able to tell the story of Scrooge. We hope you enjoy it.Well done to all involved.
It was such a joy delivering Deaf Awareness training for Rare Revolution Magazine. The digital magazine gives a voice to those affected by RARE conditions and the charities that represent and support them. One of their colleagues is sadly losing their hearing so the team have decided to learn some Sign Language and undertake Deaf […]
If you know of anyone interested in learning British Sign Language (#BSL) level 6 – please do let me know. firstname.lastname@example.org Many thanksKathleen
It’s the UK Disability History month. The theme this year is: how far have we come. I thought I would tell you about my own experiences. I am profoundly Deaf and my first language is Irish Sign Language then later British Sign Language. When I was at school we were not allowed to sign (and […]