This webinar will focus on DeafBlind awareness. Hosted by Hazel Williams, you will all learn the DeafBlind manual and top tips for communicating with DeafBlind people. 1.5 NRCPD Structured Hours All joining instructions for the meeting will be sent on Thursday 19th November.
Save the date! 28th September 2019 Where? St Michaels Centre, Bristol, BS34 8PD Why? Ethics and professional practice workshop for Lipspeakers Who? Sarah Haynes- respected trainer and mentor Spaces are limited to 15 More details to follow. This workshop sold out last time in a matter of weeks so don’t delay- reserve your place now by emailing [email protected]
With around 330,475 Deafblind people in the UK, we need to spread awareness and improve communication and access for all. You will be in great hands with our very experienced teachers Sarah Reed and Penny Gunn teaching you a basic-level knowledge and understanding about Deafblind awareness, and what it means to be deafblind and what can be done to improve access in society for this group of people. This qualification introduces [...]
Whether you have some or no police experience at all, this comprehensive and thought provoking programme is aimed at giving you the toolkit of knowledge and behaviours to engender confident and professional working practices in the police station. The trainer will take you through a broad and informative range of topics including: * the role of PLOD (Police Link Officer for Deaf people) * a broad range of signed vocabulary to [...]
15th September 2017 10:00-16:00 Lipspeaker/lipreader? Clive Mason- famous for his TV work and ‘See Hear’, will be facilitating the afternoon workshop to improve your BSL vocabulary. This workshop is designed for both hearing and deaf people. No previous experience is necessary. The morning will focus on why we use incorrect signs as well as looking at signs we don’t yet know. This is not a BSL workshop but a BSL borrowed [...]
Course Tutor: Gloria Ogborn, RSLI & Registered Expert Witness A two-day specialist legal CPD training course for Lipspeakers. Whether you have some or no court experience at all, this comprehensive and thought provoking two-day programme is aimed at giving you the toolkit of knowledge and behaviours to engender confident and professional working practices in the courtroom. The trainer will take you through a broad and informative range of topics including: * [...]
Saturday 22nd April saw City Lit host its annual Deaf Day! Our very own Fiona Walker was promoting lipspeaking with additional sign. Jay weatherson was present to display lipspeaking, and even make a new ALAS recruit!