With a ten week British Sign Language course for BFI (British Film Institute) well underway, we are delighted that another group of staff are keen to learn. Yesterday, Kathleen taught the first session of a second course to 11 BFI team members using Zoom. She was assisted by an interpreter who provided a simultaneous voiceover. Students were […]
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This afternoon Dot teachers Kathleen and Paul taught the first BSL session in a course for BFI (British Film Institute.) The lockdown hasn’t stopped us as teacher, interpreter and students all ‘met up’ on Zoom.
The British Film Institute is a film and charitable organisation which promotes and preserves filmmaking and television in the United Kingdom, and encourage access to and appreciation of a wide range of film. We at Dot Sign Language were delighted when they asked us to teach a group of their staff BSL. They recognise the importance of […]