BSL in your area... You can search for courses in your area on the Signature website using their ‘Find a centre’ search facility. Please click on the link below and enter your postcode to search for courses in your area:www.cacdp.org.uk/.../centre_finder Signature is the UK awarding body and registered charity, who aims to improve communication between deaf and hearing people. Courses leading to Signature qualifications are provided at over 850 colleges and other centres around the UK. For further information about Signature please use the contact details below:SignatureMersey HouseMandale Business ParkBelmontDurhamDH1 1THTelephone: 0191 383 1155Textphone: 0191 383 7915Fax: 0191 383 7914Email: email@example.com Website: www.signature.org.uk You may also be interested to receive a copy of our sign language pack that includes the following resources:• Sign language leaflet (Sign Here)• Communication tips (Miscommunication)• Fingerspelling bookmark • Fingerspelling card • Fingerspelling poster If you would like to receive a copy of the sign language pack please email - firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name and address details and we will arrange for one to be sent out to you.All the best from the helpline
Due to adverse weather conditions, the Derby BSL Practice Group will not be on this evening. We apologise for the late notice but the safety of our members is our priority. We will instead be meeting on Friday 9th March 2018 6.30pm-8.30pm at the Jonty Farmer pub on Kedleston Road.
The following practice groups will be running on
Friday 4th May
Friday 8th June
Friday 6th July
There will be no practice group running in April due to the Easter holidays.
Deaf people, people with hearing loss or just those interested in picking up a new skill are invited to a new sign language club in Slough High Street.
Shazia Haniff first set up a British Sign Language club at Costa’s inside Debenhams in Slough High Street on Thursday, January 18.
Using a British Sign Language interpreter for communication, newcomers to the club are able to learn the lingo.
The group, named Sign Club, now plans to hold a session every month and possibly increase to two per month later this year.
Shazia said: “These sessions aim to help deaf, hard of hearing and older people losing their hearing to understand better when they communicate with people, because they need time to hear or understand.
“Learning some of these tips and some sign language will make communication easier for all in the community.”
Sign Club will next be held at Starbucks in Slough High Street on Wednesday, March 14 from 10am to 12pm.
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