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Eve Baker

Why am I learning BSL?

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I am learning BSL as it is something I have ALWAYS wanted to learn but during my training and then becoming a full time teacher I never found the time to do it. I have taken this opportunity whilst being at home(due to current situations), and using my time very wisely (alongside sending home learning home) to learn BSL. Later on in my career I do hope to become a Speech Therapist (many, many years from now) so I feel that this is a good first step into that career path. I am thoroughly enjoying learning this course and I cant wait to see all the new things I will know by the end! :D 

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Hi, my name is Bari. I work in Retail-admin sector. I am a marathoner, a proud father of two beautiful autistic children. I also run a small online sports clothing line called www.firefitness.clothing. My son is a non-verbal autistic and I am learning BSL sign language, so that I can communicate with him more in the near future even though he has good hearing and listen everything we ask him to do. 

I have completed Assessment 3 with the BSL and really enjoying it, and looking forward to complete the course quickly and get the certificate and planning to do more in this field.

Regards,

Bari  

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