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looking for BSL Interpreter in order to create 1 video course (1h) one time mission from home

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Hello,

For a new project, I’m looking for BSL Interpreter in order to create 1 video course training about British Sign Language ( with contract for image rigths, and selling trhoug my website or all others materials).

I just need 1 video course for now .So, my needs would be a video training in BSL of 1 hour duration total , cut in about 70 parts of 1 minute video (more or less : it would be 1 video for each word). Video training course is about medical vocabulary in BSL.

I will give you a list of 80 words related to medical and you have to make 1 video training for each word in BSL.

It would be fixed price for the work , we can discuss about it.

More details in private.

Best regards

Thomas

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