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Hi Members! 

My name is Victoria although everyone calls me Vicky which I do prefer, I actually live in Malta but originally from Kent, Sign Language is something I been wanting to do a while now and knew a few basic words but wanted to extend it more purely for my career. I manage a tourist attraction where we welcome people from all over the world and we have many staff members to cater for the vast amount of languages but I really wanted to be able to cater for the deaf, I can imagine it being frustrating for them and sometimes they may not be able to get the full benefit of a visit to somewhere so my aim is to be able to do guided visits in sign language. 

Good Luck to everyone studying this course,  stay safe! 

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Hi Victoria ! Well Done brilliant to be on the journey together! Are you in Lockdown in Malta now? 
yes I travelled a lot so I agree BSL is a great thing to know with people around the world ! 
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